The partnership will harness the precision of Arcsecs space-based star trackers for the detection and characterisation of space debris and resident space objects.
Manufacturer of AI-based collision avoidance systems for satellites, Neuraspace has partnered with Arcsec to develop a new method of space debris detection, enabling the tracking of smaller objects and improving orbit calculations. Arcsec develops high accuracy attitude determination and control systems for CubeSats and SmallSats.
The partnership will see Neuraspace harness the precision of Arcsecs space-based star trackers for the detection and characterisation of space debris and resident space objects. It will enable Neuraspace clients to receive the most detailed information available about potential collision risks in LEO. As a result, they can better protect their space assets, contribute to protecting the orbital environment, and avoid costly service interruptions.
As part of the partnership, Neuraspace will use data from Arcsecs star trackers to enhance its Space Tracking Management (STM) solution. Processing the data will allow Neuraspace to analyse the movement of, and assess the risk, posed by even minuscule debris particles down to three centimetres in size. This exceptional precision aims to turn Neuraspaces STM system based on AI into the worlds most accurate system for risk assessment, according to the companies.