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Beyond Gravity launches space data service for enhanced satellite intelligence
Wall envisions the SSA service as a key driver in enhancing Earth-based life and operations through the strategic application of space data, reflecting its potential to revolutionize multiple industries.
Beyond Gravity launches space data service for enhanced satellite intelligence
by Robert Schreiber
Zurich, Switzerland (SPX) Mar 20, 2024

Beyond Gravity, a major European space industry supplier, has unveiled its Space Situational Awareness (SSA) service. This cutting-edge platform, fueled by six years of comprehensive data accumulation, delivers unmatched precision and insights into over 10,000 satellites, aiming to improve decision-making speed for both commercial and institutional clients.

Space Situational Awareness services are crucial for ensuring the safety and sustainability of space operations, as they enable entities to track, monitor, and predict satellite trajectories and behaviors. Beyond Gravity's latest SSA solution stands out for its superior accuracy and data quality, derived from a wealth of data collected from various sources over six years and a strategic partnership.

The service offers detailed satellite tracking and intelligence, including information on the technology and instruments onboard, which provides users with a deep understanding of satellite capabilities and operational potential.

The new service is designed to meet the diverse needs of its users, ranging from commercial entities to government agencies and disaster response units. It provides instant access to detailed satellite activity data, facilitating quick and informed decision-making in critical situations, such as disaster relief operations or security measures.

Oliver Grassmann, Executive Vice President of Beyond Gravity's Satellites division, highlighted the solution's capacity to enhance emergency response and operational planning through fast and accurate satellite intelligence.

Developed through a collaborative effort, the SSA solution underscores Beyond Gravity's commitment to delivering customizable and secure data services. Grassmann detailed the platform's capacity for offering detailed operational and technical insights into an extensive satellite database, ensuring a seamless user experience for a wide array of stakeholders. The service's adaptability and interoperability cater to various applications, including integration with Command-and-Control systems and geographic information layers.

The launch of the SSA service marks Beyond Gravity's foray into the burgeoning space data market, aligning with global space economy growth projections. Andre Wall, CEO of Beyond Gravity, emphasized the strategic move towards leveraging the company's long-standing leadership in space technology to tap into the expanding demand for data solutions.

Wall envisions the SSA service as a key driver in enhancing Earth-based life and operations through the strategic application of space data, reflecting its potential to revolutionize multiple industries.

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