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Infostellar Teams Up With Mission Control Software Providers

By Annamarie Nyirady | July 31, 2018
An Infostellar-owned VHF/UHF antenna for StellarStation R&D testing in Yokohama, Japan. Photo: Infostellar.

An Infostellar-owned Very High Frequency (VHF) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) antenna for StellarStation testing in Yokohama, Japan. Photo: Infostellar

Japan-based Infostellar partnered with mission control software providers including Bright Ascension and Spaceit, to pre-integrate StellarStation into their software products.

StellarStation is a satellite antenna-sharing platform, which aims to increase satellite access, streamline operation and integration tools, and enable ground station sharing. Infostellar is a satellite communications infrastructure provider aiming to lower barriers to entry in the ground segment, to help enable startups to build better missions and improve the quality of their service.

Infostellar aims to minimize labor and lead-time for satellite operators by pre-integrating mission control software and ground station networks. These mission control software product users will be able to use StellarStation as a ready-made ground station network, without needing custom integration. StellarStation has also been deemed compatible with GMV’s software products.