With our own nano, pico, and femto satellite constellations built and launched, Mission Space offers custom sensors for advanced space weather monitoring, delivering a global predictive space weather system designed to be used as a decision support tool to detect and prevent space weather radiation risks.Get in touch
Monitor space weather changes on the ground in real time with our custom cloud software.
Receive space weather radiation alerts with a 24/7 technical support team on the line.
Model and predict scenarios to understand space weather trends, changes and risks.
Our space weather predictive system that is designed to serve as a decision support tool, will allow for a more accurate prediction of changes in the radiation levels and let industry leaders develop proper mitigation strategies beforehand. We provide sector-specific space weather forecast and warnings that would help you cut potential losses due to space weather effects.
Energy companies can use space weather services to help minimise the impact of geomagnetic storms, improve the design and modelling of future, more resilient, systems and increased monitoring of impacted systems.
Advance notice of space weather events is critical to rerouting of high latitude flights, and to alert aircraft in flight of possible loss of communications.
Advance notice of heightened solar activity can help flag the risk of blackouts.
Satellite operators can use space weather forecasts to advise of potential degradation or failures in the services they provide. Creating radiation resilient materials for satellites could also be a result of in depth analysis of space weather data.
Space weather forecasts help rail network operators understand when rail systems may be at risk and cut potential economic losses.
Showers of high-energy particles and the radiation from solar flares can affect key systems and hinder the processing of the extremely high volume of shares, money or stock exchanges, disrupting synchronised timing of transactions.
At Mission Space, we take corporate social responsibility very seriously and aim to contribute to several Sustainable Development Goals outlined by the United Nations. To balance social, economic and environmental sustainability, Mission Space participates in a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure that all people enjoy peace and prosperity by 2030.
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Our continuous and sector-specific space weather monitoring will get you the most up-to-date predictions and allow to save millions on insurance costs, minimize economic impacts of geomagnetic storms, flag the risk of technological disasters and prevent system interruptions in a timely manner. Let’s connect today and get you prepared for any space weather event.Apply Now