- Capability publicly presented at GEOINT21 Symposium Exhibition
- Kleos proprietary algorithms utilised
- Geolocation system & measurement methodology explained
LUXEMBOURG (Kleos Space PR) — Kleos Space (ASX: KSS, Frankfurt: KS1), a space-powered Radio Frequency Reconnaissance data-as-a-service (DaaS) company, is pleased to introduce the Geolocation System technical paper describing its recent successful technical milestones presented publicly at the GEOINT21 symposium exhibition on the 6th October 2021.
Kleos’ CTO Vincent Furia explained, “In order to present our technical capability at the GEOINT21 symposium, we are releasing a detailed technical paper explaining how the RF data captured by Kleos’ constellation of satellite clusters is processed into geolocation information for our customers.
We also showcase a recent case study completed over the Republic of Cabo Verde, which demonstrates great and better than expected results of the geolocation system performance, using a data capture coming from the Scouting Mission (KSM1) cluster of 4 satellites.
Kleos continues to develop and deploy a constellation of satellite clusters, delivering revisit rates over key areas of interest with increasing operational value to the user. With every new cluster added, further data is collected, creating a higher value data set accessible by the various government and commercial users.”
Kleos’ Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) capability uses nano-satellite clusters operating in low earth orbit to collect data to geolocate radio frequency (RF) emissions. The capability seeks to geolocate emissions to detect illegal activity, including piracy, drug and people smuggling, border security challenges and illegal fishing. Its global activity-based data is sold as-a-service to governments and commercial entities, complementing existing commercial datasets.