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Kleos Space joins Ursa Space Virtual Constellation
by Staff Writers
Ithaca NY (SPX) Mar 01, 2023

Ursa Space Systems, a global satellite intelligence infrastructure provider, has announced that Kleos Space (ASX: KSS), a space-powered defense and intelligence technology company, will join its Virtual Constellation, the world's largest database of satellite imagery from the most trusted SAR, optical, and RF data vendors around the globe.

Kleos intelligence products are available now to provide valuable intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capability to governments and commercial entities. Complementing other intelligence sources to improve the detection of illegal and/or hidden activity such as piracy, drug and people smuggling, illegal fishing, pollution, and border challenges.

The Kleos proprietary technology platform uses signal processing techniques to convert the raw data collected from sensors onboard Kleos' RF data collection satellite constellation that is designed to collect and downlink RF data accurately and with redundancy, or potentially from other sources, into actionable intelligence.

The technology platform performs signal analysis and processing operations to detect and locate targets, cooperative or not. The geospatial intelligence product output from the technology platform (LOCATE) provides the frequency of the detected transmitter, the reception time, the transmitter coordinates, and the confidence ellipse parameters.

The Kleos LOCATE product provides a valuable intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) capability to governments and commercial entities. It complements other intelligence sources to improve the detection of illegal and/or hidden activity such as piracy, drug, and people smuggling, illegal fishing, pollution, and border challenges and can be used to tip and cue existing datasets or establish a baseline pattern of behavior, allowing customers to monitor an area and receive alerts when a particular event occurs.

Under the agreement, Ursa will have access to the LOCATE intelligence product, which enhances Ursa Space's analytics platform in diversifying correlatable data.

Ursa Space holds the world's largest Virtual Constellation of satellite imagery and data fusion capabilities from the most trusted SAR, optical, and RF data vendors around the globe. Customers can search and order archive imagery and task new images from the world's largest network of SAR satellites, as well as glean custom data analytic results.

"The addition of the Kleos Space LOCATE product will accelerate our Tip and Cue capabilities by adding a key layer to our data fusion process," said Eric Cote, Director of Data and Analytic Services at Ursa Space. "Their innovative techniques and corresponding data product will further enhance our monitoring and analysis services, contributing to a seamless and validated analytic result for Ursa's customers."

Kleos' Chief Revenue Officer, Eric von Eckartsberg said, "Ursa Space is a leader in the satellite data analytics market, and we are proud to partner and contribute our RF geo-location intelligence data product to their expansive database of satellite data. Kleos' geospatial intelligence product will provide wide area surveillance capabilities covering millions of square kilometers per day to support a range of maritime and land based strategic and operational requirements critical to Ursa Space's customers."

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