AGT Infrastructure Subsidiary Partnership

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The subject of this article is from the NEXT update.
The information from this article is up-to-date as of 28 October, 2018.

This section is Fan Fiction. The information found here is not an actual part of the released game, but a user-invented addition to the wiki.

AGT Infrastructure Subsidiary Partnership
AGT Infrastructure Subsidiary Partnership
Game Mode Normal
Platform PS4
Release NEXT


The AGT Infrastructure Subsidiary Partnership is a collaborative initiative in No Man's Sky.

Summary[edit | edit source]

The AGT Infrastructure Subsidiary Partnership (AISP) is an initiative conceived by the Alliance of Galactic Travellers, a civilisation in the No Man's Sky universe. It was developed to provide the AGT with a trusted partner network for their increasingly diverse infrastructure requirements.

The Conception of the AISP[edit | edit source]

The arrival of the Atlas Rises era heralded new advances in exploration and migration, with travellers keen to embrace this new found ease and freedom to roam the galaxies. Many sought to join others of their kind and, as one of the oldest, largest and most respected civilisations, the AGT saw their numbers swell significantly.

The Atlas Rises era quickly became recognised as the AGT's golden age: the civilisation established their capital regions of Milland, Louyen, Koare and Tihtir Sector and the population in those areas grew exponentially in a short period of time. However, this brought obvious pressure on the governing racial authorities of those inhabited star systems within each region, primarily in terms of increased starship traffic, and a higher demand for trade goods, luxury items, and building materials. It also brought a significant increase in crime (specifically smuggling and piracy) in AGT-occupied regions which were now being viewed as soft targets for those earning their units illegally or by force.

It became apparent to the AGT's governing Steering Committee that action was required to lessen the impact on the governing authorities of those systems occupied by AGT travellers. Furthermore, a strong focus on colonisation and construction put severe pressure on the civilisation's resources and at the end of the Atlas Rises era, the AGT invited tenders from business entities and organisations interested in partnering exclusively with the civilisation to meet their procurement and infrastructure requirements.

Subsidiary Partnership Criteria[edit | edit source]

  • All Subsidiary Partners must provide documented confirmation that they comply with the qualitative, fiscal, and ethical requirements stipulated in AISP Contractual Document 261.1.
  • All Subsidiary Partners must agree on an exclusive supply licence with the Alliance of Galactic Travellers (including the Eissentam Travellers Federation) in any and all galaxies where the AGT have a recognised capital region presence.
  • All Subsidiary Partners are forbidden to engage with any other entities or civilisations without the express permission of the Alliance of Galactic Travellers.
  • The AGT agrees to approach other suppliers and parties only when it is clearly acknowledged that their requirement(s) are beyond the scope of products &/or services offered by an existing Subsidiary Partner.
  • Where a procurement or infrastructure requirement is identified in galaxies where the AGT do not have a recognised capital region presence, the AGT agree to reimburse reasonable expenses incurred for the temporary relocation of the Subsidiary Partners to the respective galaxy/region for completion of required works, together with all costs associated with their return upon contract completion.
  • Unless otherwise agreed, the AGT will not be liable for any costs related to the permanent migration &/or expansion of a Subsidiary Partners to any new galaxy.
  • As a reflection of the exclusive pricing structure enforced by AISP Contractual Document 261.1, the AGT commits to fund the research & development division of each Subsidiary Partner; the unit figure per contractual term to be agreed between both parties as appropriate.
  • Any party wishing to cancel this contract agrees to provide a formal notice period of 30 sols.

Current Infrastructure Subsidiary Partners[edit | edit source]

Partner Name Specialities Contracts Completed
Sniira Industries Computerised Maintenance & Monitoring Systems Control room, Sendiherra Lighthouse, Budullangr
Lakelehaz Research Laboratories Power Generation Solar panelling, Hiverfell Sub-Orbital Station, Euclid.
Refracting lens-lamps, Sendiherra Lighthouse, Budullangr

Gallery of completed works[edit | edit source]

Additional Information[edit | edit source]

Any individuals or companies interested in becoming an AGT Infrastructure Subsidiary Partner are to contact AGT Ambassador zazariins immediately.