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Lockheed Martin unveils iSpace for satellites

April 19, 2017 (Photo Credit: Colin Anderson/Blend Images via Getty Images)
Lockheed Martin has unveiled its Intelligent Space, or iSpace, software for military satellites.

The software enhances sensor data processing, space domain awareness, command and control, and battle management capabilities.

"The iSpace software tasks, processes, and correlates data from a worldwide network of government, commercial, and scientific community sensors and command centers," according to a Lockheed Martin news release. "After gleaning information from optical, radar, infrared, and radio sensors, iSpace automatically provides information to users about what is happening in real-time and recommends the best course of action."


"Its advanced analytics and fusion capabilities enable proactive management of space events such as collisions, maneuvers, break-ups, launches, and co-orbital threats," the company said. "The iSpace architecture is net-centric, open, and scalable with an intuitive user display configurable to be rapidly integrated in many environments for modeling and simulation, experimentation, or operational use."

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