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of satellites have been placed into Earth orbits such as GEO and LEO.


tonnes of space objects are circling the Earth orbit.


space debris objects are sizing from greater than 1 mm to 1 cm.

What SPaDeS Do?

The opening up of a new era of space race, has both government and private companies competing for their place in the space arena. SPADES, Submillimeter PArticle DEtection Systems, aims at informing space launch providers of certain risks associated with launching space objects into regions of Earth’s orbit. In a future where space junk is only increasing, there will be a need for detectors to help us mitigate damage to satellites and eventually clean up the near-Earth space environment.

Kessler Syndrome was proposed by NASA scientist Donald J. Kessler in 1978, which marked out an idea of two colliding space objects will generate even more fragments in numbers when the quantity of space debris reach a certain point in Low Earth Orbit. The significance of Kessler Syndrome is that it is posting a huge threat imminently. The additional small debris produced by collisions will be endless due to such a domino effect, risking every cataloged space objects and future launches.

What Is Kessler Syndrome?

What SPaDeS Offer?


Collisions are inevitable in space. Kessler Syndrome makes it worse. Foresee the impact to reduce financial loss with SPaDes.

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Real-time Detection

Get a conjunction report of possible particle impacts on your space objects in real-time from a network of trusted SPaDes Sensors.

Data Subscription

Subscribe to our data and service based on your number of launches or required orbits. Offering three packages that tailor to your needs.

Insurance & Protection

Reduce the loss of your space vehicles with risk evaluation and financial protection plans provided by SPaDes.

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What are
the ODDS?

Our Technology

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Rideshare Partnership

In order to build up the entire detection system that covers different orbits, SPaDes looks forward to creating mutually beneficial rideshare partnerships. Partners that carry SPaDes Sensors will be provided with prioritised tracking of their satellites and free of charge on subscriptions.

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Space debris awareness

Since 1957, there has been over 16,000 man-made space objects launched in the pursuit of military missions, civil convenience, commercial purpose, and etc. Numerous non-operational space vehicles are outdated after several years of services, however, they remained orbiting the Earth while new-built ones are continuously sent up since the building cost of satellites is reduced. Collisions and explosions are inevitable in space, which fragments, also known as space debris, are created, causing a higher chance of collision.

SPaDeS Sensor

Other than existing products that detect larger space fragments in the market, SPaDes Sensor has the capability of measuring the electric field between the frequency range of 0.1 – 20 MHz which the detection of space debris reached sub-mm scale with precision. It requires low power consumption with only 0.5W and both hardware and software can be configured for different orbits.

Predictive 4D model

A series of sub-mm particles impact prediction, including probabilities and average number of particle impacts per day per orbit, will be clearly presented in great visualisation. With the help of our software and data, companies can shift their space objects to a less impacts orbit to avoid loss.

Data Subscription Package

According To Orbits

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