NASA and its partners face the daunting task of managing and analyzing staggering amounts of space-originated data, generated 24/7 by countless sensors and instruments on spacecraft and telescopes around the universe.
Slow model development. Unreliable automation. Cost overruns. An AI is only as good as the data it's trained on, and the stakes have never been higher. Shorter time to insight gives business an intelligent edge.
DEFENCE AND INTELLIGENCE
While data has transformed how warfighters conduct operations, defense organizations suffer a deluge of questionable data. Combat operations depend on space to inform rapid intelligence-based decision-making. Agencies who can access, integrate, and trust their information assets will hold a strategic advantage.
INVESTMENTS AND INNOVATION
Projected global amount of data traffic to/from space
reached by 2030,
(decade growth rate of 5,617.9%).
50-100% EST. 1990-2000
From the James Webb telescope, to warfighter space architecture, the diversity and sophistication of space sensors is expanding.
While AI unlocks the opportunity to derive more nuanced insights from sensor data than at any time in history, maximizing the potential of these tools requires a universal standard.
We call this innovation DLTA.
DLTA is a powerful, network stack-agnostic "BIOS" for on-orbit applications allowing developers to seamlessly synchronize across a heterogeneous set of hardware capabilities and build amazing applications that fully leverage the potential of on-orbit sensors.
The resilience of entire constellations immutably working in conjunction at different orbits to prioritize processing at edge redefines how raw data is moved and transformed.
A standardized, high throughput data stream, and performant sensor-to-sensor interactions provide the foundation for producing high value insights in the sky. But that's just the beginning.
DLTA intelligently routes your insights for instantaneous sync and replication across all your in-orbit and terrestrial systems at cloud, fog, and edge.
Instant insights everywhere, like magic.
Between earth and the moon, whether it's boots on the ground, new partnerships and business models, or scientific collaboration and distribution of source data, we're convinced that unlocking humanity's most significant and prosperous space advancements will take a global, decentralized, species-level effort.
DLTA is the infrastructure layer you've been looking for.
UNVRS, Universe Node
End-To-End is how we think about maximizing data transmission pipelines across constellations and downlink.
What does end-to-end mean? We think it means the moment a sensor originates data, all the way through actions taken on those insights. This could be instant sensor-to-sensor commands in the sky, or on the ground warfighter objectives shared across intelligence communities in minutes. Data-to-Decision.
The UNVRS Node is designed for terrestrial grade data centers in space and enables Immutable Storage, transformation, and Node Synchronization, while providing Zero Trust API Access. Your place or ours? We offer NaaS, node hosting configured for your mission.
We're ready for both data center grade processing in orbit, as well as tiny edge devices that will move data to and from the moon (and everything in between). The UNVRS Node is the hub of possibility.
GLXY, Galaxy Node
Intelligent Routing across constellations of varying hardware constraints.
Peer-to-peer synchronization with data centers on the ground.
This sounds like a dream, and until now it has been.
The majority of sensor data produced isn't needed on earth for quick decisions. We don't need 1's and 0's, we need to know what they mean. Emerging on-orbit pre-processing, storage, and ETL applications are maximized by our GLXY Node module.
While the UNVRS Node pulls everything together, GLXY Node peer-to-peer synchronization and replication lays the foundation for Intelligent Data Routing across networks. You prioritize the data you need, and GLXY does the rest. This means data-to-decision in minutes, not days.
SYSTM, System Node
"Great, but can you fit a node on the nano or pico satellites in my constellation?"
YES. While satellites are getting bigger, they're also getting smaller. SYSTM Nodes are configured for a mix of these devices and other size devices at different orbital planes, augmenting embedded systems with general compute capable, off the shelf builds designed to push edge processing in space.
SYSTM provides the edge over both competition and security threats.