ATLAS Space Operations is proud to support the ATLAS Space Explorers Post 2025. The Exploring program is an affiliate of the Boy Scouts of America. Post 2025 is composed of young adults who are interested in STEM experiences and want to learn about possible space-related career opportunities. Post 2025 is different from other STEM activities because the program is designed to mirror the organizational structure and cultural environment of a tech startup.
Going Where Satellites Go: Polar Plunge
For eight years during the Cold War, the United States kept a fleet of bombers high above the Arctic around the clock. The Arctic was of great strategic importance at the time for its proximity to the then-Soviet Union. With this in mind, the US flew bombers in patterns over vast swaths of ice to provide the greatest possible degree of readiness.
ATLAS Rounds Out Latest Honors With Inc. Magazine’s Vet100 Recognition
ATLAS Space Operations announced today it has been named to the annual Vet100 list as one of the fastest growing veteran-owned businesses listed by Inc. This recognition follows ATLAS’ recognition in the Inc. 5000, where they placed No. 102 overall and No. 15 in software companies.
The Power of Data Through Freedom™
It has been said that since the dawn of the internet, every company has become a tech company in some way. One common misconception is that satellite communications technology has been inextricably linked to larger technological advancement and integration.
The Future Is SATCOM as a Service
Article originally published by SatMagazine. Space — the final frontier. Those words echo in the brains of generations. We grew up thinking about what it would be… ( Read More )
In Space Comms, All Roads Lead to Ground
ATLAS Space Operations, like many technology start-ups, began from opportunity and necessity. Our founders have over one hundred years of experience in the space industry,… ( Read More )
ATLAS and Blacksky Harness Expanded Earth Observation Capabilities
ATLAS Space Operations, Inc., a leading innovator in ground communications for the space industry, announced today that BlackSky has selected ATLAS to provide telemetry, commanding, and data support for its fifth and sixth satellites in its high-revisit Earth imaging satellite constellation. ATLAS is providing support through their ground station sites in Guam and Japan, utilizing their innovative Freedom™ software.
ATLAS Space Operations Grows Customers, Employees, Global Impact
ATLAS announced today a series of advances in their offerings and partnerships. ATLAS has just celebrated its fifth anniversary, and with this milestone they also celebrate the addition of new customers using their Freedom™ Platform, existing customers launching new projects to space, and new hires to accommodate growth.
New Space Startups — Don’t Lose Sight of the Horizon
Several years ago, a cadre of aerospace start-ups launched into a sector long dominated by massive, aging corporations — organizations with traditional business practices and resistance to change.
Don’t Forget about Satcoms Ground Element
New opportunities have made it possible for companies of all sizes to launch their own spacecraft into orbit and share information via satellite data – but challenges remain, and one of the biggest oversights is not having a plan for the ground element.