Secure, continuous space connectivity
ALWAYS IN SIGHT
Maximize the value of your on-orbit assets with the high-capacity data relay that’s transforming space communications.
See how we can power your missions
Like a secure WiFi network in space, SpaceLink combines robust, ubiquitous connectivity for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) spacecraft with a customer-focused approach and outstanding service quality.
Mission success—ALWAYS IN SIGHT ™
With a SpaceLink relay satellite always visible of any spacecraft in LEO, and a secure ground station always visible to the relay satellites, our turnkey solution ensures direct data delivery to any point on the globe in milliseconds. You can relay real-time data from spacecraft to the ground, where it can be rapidly delivered to end-users by Internet, private cloud, or other secure links.
Fast, high-value data transfer
The faster you can downlink data and images, the more valuable they are to your customers, providing real-time insights to inform better, more accurate decisions. SpaceLink is building a core communications infrastructure to support the rapidly expanding space economy. Enabling secure, continuous monitoring and control, our services are used for everything from global security and environmental research to space travel and microgravity manufacturing.
Eliminating line-of-sight issues, bandwidth bottlenecks, complex spectrum challenges, and regulatory hurdles, our service uniquely meets pent-up demand for affordable, fast data transfer in near-Earth space, without limits. Spectrum is a finite resource, difficult and expensive to obtain, and continuously contested. Every ground station requires landing rights, every operational satellite requires licensing. We work with regulators to maximize spectrum utilization, so you don’t have to.
Keep track of all our latest developments
SpaceLink Status Update
SpaceLink parent company Electro Optic Systems (EOS) is experiencing financial difficulty and has been unable to raise external capital in support of SpaceLink. As a result, SpaceLink has ceased operations. The company has entered into an Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors (ABC) process which is being administered by Stapleton.
When Seconds Matter…
The need for fast access to remote sensing data is essential for national security and disaster relief. A relay system in MEO provides continuous, real-time connectivity. The following article is taken from the October issues of Milsat Magazine at: http://milsatmagazine.com/story.php?number=1729151786
It’s Cybersecurity Awareness Month!
Cybersecurity is critically important to SpaceLink. We're joining the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) in raising awareness during the month of October. CISA leads the national effort to understand, manage, and reduce risk to our cyber and physical infrastructure.
James Spicer, Principal Aerospace Engineer joins SSPI’s prestigious 20 under 35
James is an outstanding young scientist and engineer who has shown remarkable initiative, creativity, and problem-solving skills early in his career. He was selected for his significant accomplishments, which include co-founding a startup right out of graduate school.
DARPA Selects SpaceLink for Space-BACN
SpaceLink to assist DARPA in studying and developing protocols for how commercial communications constellations will interact with DoD systems in a Space-to-Space interconnected future. “DARPA’s Space-BACN program is well-aligned with our mission to provide continuous high capacity, real-time links to deliver data from space to the warfighter,” said David Nemeth, Senior Vice President of Systems Engineering at SpaceLink.
SpaceLink Signs Cooperative R&D Agreement with U.S. Army
SpaceLink is working with the U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command Technical Center to explore alternative space communications pathways that ensure resiliency and reduce sensor-to-shooter latency. The collaborative research and simulations will provide a baseline of interoperability between Government systems and the SpaceLink network.