Skills

Our radar satellite capabilities include four modes of imaging. All tasking is managed from our facilities in USA and disseminated via multi-tier clouds. See Details here

Highly flexible modes of operation

Modes Typical Swath width Spatial Resolution Incidence angle Number of looks Typical Ambiguity ratio Typical Sensitivity
ScanSAR 100 km 20 km 16-30 degs 4 <-20dB <-21dB
Maritime Surveillance >400 km 6x13.7 km 34.5-57.3 degs 1 Rg<-18dB Az: N/A N/A
Stripmap 15-20 km 6 m 16-31 degs 4 <-20dB <-20dB
ScanSAR 140 km 30 m 14-32 degs 4 <-18dB <-20dB
Baseline Operating Modes (based on 580 km orbit)

Our Threat Assessment and Contextual Analytics system manages hundreds of thousands of data points.
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300+

Suspicion Indicators

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10

Analytics Modules

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500+

Industry Benchmarks

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Over 1 Terabyte

Data Analyzed Monthly

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100+

Aggressors Methods of Operations

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Space-Eyes Team

We have various industry experts on staff across multiple domains collectively providing domain intelligence support to the platform and end users.
CAPT. JATIN S. BAINS

Capt. Jatin S. Bains

Founder and leadership

since inception in 2001. Previously President of Gulf & Orient Steamship Line a ship operator in the USA - Asia trade. Prior to that he was President East Coast Overseas NYC, representing Government owned shipping companies from Pakistan, Egypt, Algeria, Thailand, Indonesia, Korea etc. 10 years at Sea from Cadet to Ship Captain, Graduated from LBS Nautical College and SCI Institute. US DOS delegate to Asia Pacific Economic Forum on Maritime Security. Served on NORTHCOM, EUCOM maritime advisory groups. Speaker on Asymmetric Threats at Geospatial conferences. Creator of CATE™ (Computer Assisted Threat Evaluation). USPTO Patent 6625584 on eLogistics.

Thomas L. Fagan

Senior leadership

with 35+ years’ experience in the technical domain. He was the General Chairman of the IEEE International Radar Conference held in Washington DC. At ITT Defense he was responsible for the Gilfillan Radar Division's Business Development for long range air defense radars, coastal surveillance radars, and Air Traffic Control Radars. While at GE Aerospace, he was responsible for Business Development of ground based and airborne radars. He led the Center of Excellence for Network Centric Warfare at Drexel University. He served in leadership at Blue Chip Companies including Gould Defense Electronics, ITT Defense Electronics, GEC-Marconi C4I Systems, General Electric's Aerospace Group. He was staff on the Senate Armed Services Committee. His career has spanned classified military space, remote sensing and C4ISR.

Thomas L. Fagan
CDR Dennis Pendergist

CDR Dennis Pendergist (USN Ret Intelligence)

Senior leadership

who is a former naval intelligence officer and maritime anti-terrorism intelligence chief with 25+ years’ experience in the maritime domain. Dennis also served onboard US Navy combatants in the Pacific and Atlantic fleets and worked with the intelligence and acquisition community on C4ISR systems operations and integration. Dennis served in the US Navy for two decades, acted as intelligence chief for the SeaHawk Maritime Task Force and Savannah River National Lab as an operational national security trainer.

Dr. Harbir Singh

an independent director

since 2001 is the Mack Professor of Management at the Wharton School of Management at the University of Pennsylvania. He also serves as the Co-Director of Wharton’s Mack Institute for Innovation Management and Vice Dean for Global Initiatives. His research interests include corporate governance, corporate restructuring, joint ventures, management buyouts, and strategies for corporate acquisitions.

Dr. Harbir Singh
Ms. Sheree Revilla

Sheree Revilla

Senior leadership

has been working in business transformation and information technology for 25+ years. She stewards transformation through value analysis and a focused approach to Space based ISR-PED (Intelligence, Surveillance, Reconnaissance, Processing, Exploitation, Dissemination) implementing Lean and Six Sigma methodologies. Her experience helps us deliver the value nuggets required for making our Geospatial Intelligence Analytics delivery powerful. M.S in Computer Science. Wharton MBA in Decision Sciences, Artificial Intelligence Strategy from MIT.

Robert W. Sellers

in GEOINT leadership

is a Geospatial Systems Analyst and Developer with experience in data systems, full-stack development, product strategy, fieldwork, and design. He also brings extensive field experience in HADR (Humanitarian Assistance Disaster Recovery) Missions. As a developer he has worked on navigational systems, machine learning, dashboard analytics, and geospatial data pipelines. Robert holds a BA from Concordia University, an Advanced Diploma in Geographic Information Systems from BCIT, and a MS in Data Science from City University of New York.

Steve Poserina
Steve Poserina

Steve Poserina

in technical leadership

over the past decade has focused on development, operations and product delivery. His bailiwick is to manage the ISR-PED capability offering seamlessly. He ensures our development and cloud-based operations run smoothly. He also manages the smooth flow of SAR data from the Surrey Satellite downlink facility and processing via SARscape and CATE™ Analytics. Seamless radar data ingestion and graphic user interface delivery earned him an IEEE ‘Young Engineer of the Year Award. He oversees the ‘Big Maritime & Radar Satellite Sensor Data’ environment. He was recently recognized by IEEE with the 2019 Benjamin Franklin Key Award.

Christine Atherholt

valued team leader

for over 15 years. Since the early stages of our CATE™ technology development she played an integral role in managing contract compliance and product quality. She has a meticulous eye for detail when it comes to testing and delivering a high-quality user experience for our customers. She also leads all relationship management efforts with our data suppliers and technology partners such as IHS Markit, Defense Contract Audit Agency, Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd, L3HARRIS etc.

Ms. Christine Atherholt
Additional team members contribute skills towards artificial intelligence, machine learning and geospatial analytics. Our skills strategy also includes collaboration with best of breed experts to address hard problems surrounding national security. In our collaboration with OCONUS (Outside Continental United Sates) coalition partners we have outposts in Japan, Singapore and India.
Maj (Ret) Yong Pong HWA

Maj (Ret) Yong Pong HWA

based in Singapore has 35+ years’ experience in Military, Maritime Security and Sensor Technologies. His prior experience included business development for large prime contractors such as CAE and Lockheed Martin. He served in the Singapore Armed Forces. Maj (Ret) HWA has generated substantial interest in our ISR-PED offerings and remote sensing via his South East Asian relationships and presence.

We maintain ongoing relationships with numerous geospatial experts to support the various needs of our customers. These include complementary satellite providers such as Orbcomm, Kleos Global, Airbus DS etc. We value local skills/expertise in managing user relationships and have user support experts in supporting CONUS and OCONUS users