IRIS: Spaceflux Optical Sensor Network

To guarantee the most reliable solutions, Spaceflux has developed a proprietary state-of-the-art network of optical sensors that provide high-fidelity and uncorrupted data in real time.

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A Global Network For Continuous Coverage

Spaceflux offers access to the largest optical taskable sensors currently available in the market, with telescopes up to 70 cm in diameter, allowing the detection of the faintest objects from LEO through GEO to cislunar.

Currently spanning 10 unique locations, the network guarantees excellent nightly GEO coverage and access to twilight LEO passes. The network is expanding to 15 more locations by 2025.

Spaceflux leverages 10 years of expertise in operating autonomous optical sensors and analysing their data for commercial and research applications. This allows us to provide exceptionally accurate and reliable data services.

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  • Global coverage from LEO to Cislunar

    Delivering excellent coverage for orbits spanning from LEO through GEO all the way to cislunar.

  • Track the faintest objects

    The network includes one of the largest sensors in the market with AI-driven data analytics, allowing the detection of the smallest and faintest objects from LEO (2.5 cm) to GEO (10 cm)

  • Fully autonomous

    Operation of the sensor network is fully automated thanks to machine learning for maximum efficiency and reliability

  • Sub-arcsec precision

    State-of-the-art high-resolution sensors with hardware-based GPS timestamping providing sub-arcsecond resolution with stable time biases in the measurements

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If you would like to use our services, would like to talk to us about new telescope tracking locations or want to learn more about Spaceflux services, we would be delighted to hear from you!