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May 14, 2020 //By Rich Pell
Automated collision avoidance service for satellite operators
Low-Earth-orbit (LEO) tracking and space situational awareness services provider LeoLabs has introduced an automated collision avoidance service for satellite operators aimed at addressing the threat of orbital space debris while reducing operator effort and time-to-decision through automating and streamlining processes that previously required manual execution.
the sophisticated cloud-based astrodynamics platform and network of ground-based radars."

The Collision Avoidance service is available today. Over the next 24 months, says the company, as it adds additional high-fidelity phased array radars to its global sensor network, the platform will expand collision alerts to include previously uncatalogued small debris.

LeoLabs

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