Space startup Aalyria successfully demonstrated its software platform to manage a mesh network of communications satellites, showcasing its capability to enable a hybrid network in space, connecting satellites across different orbits and providers.
Space startup Aalyria demonstrates satellite mesh network
The space startup Aalyria, spun off from Google’s parent company Alphabet, recently showcased its software platform to manage a mesh network of communications satellites. The demonstration, funded by the Defense Innovation Unit, displayed the potential for a hybrid network in space, connecting satellites across different orbits and providers.
Dynamic Network Needs
The military’s demand for a dynamic network of multiple constellations that is not susceptible to single points of failure and offers redundancy against threats is a key driving force behind Aalyria’s technology.
Automating Network Operations
Aalyria’s Spacetime software platform automates the scheduling and tasking of satellites, streamlining network operations and enhancing efficiency in space communications.
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