LeoLabs Announces Operational Agreement with OneWeb

With OneWeb as a valued LeoLabs customer, LeoLabs Collision Avoidance is now utilized by the three largest constellations in the world — SpaceX, OneWeb, and Planet (among others), constituting operational support for more than 2,400 active satellites today — representing ~60% of all operational satellites in LEO.

Kiwi Space Radar (Central Otago, New Zealand)
Costa Rica Space Radar (Guanacaste, Costa Rica)
Midland Space Radar (Texas)
Poker Flat Incoherent Scatter Radar (Alaska)
LeoLabs system architecture for multi-source data aggregation and dissemination to satellite operators
  • Increased automation of day-to-day tasks, such as on-demand ephemeris screenings for near-instant maneuver planning verification, reducing wait times by 99.9%
  • Aggregation of all conjunction alerts from LeoLabs and 18 SPCS into consolidated conjunction analysis reports, continuously updated with the latest risk metrics and trends over time
  • Conjunction alerts generated against other operators’ ephemerides; the LeoLabs platform currently has near-hourly ephemeris contributions from thousands of operational satellites in LEO for continuous conjunction screenings, including OneWeb, SpaceX, Planet, Iridium, and more
  • Operational resiliency and responsiveness designed for modern ground system architectures, with a rapidly growing sensor network and future tracking of small debris



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