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Kubos is a satellite software company. It develops KubOS, a secure open-source, integrated flight software framework, and Major Tom, a mission control tool suite.

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Kubos Office Locations

Kubos has an office in Lake Oswego
Lake Oswego, OR, US (HQ)
525 3rd St Suite 200
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Kubos Financials and Metrics

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Kubos total Funding

$2 m

Kubos latest funding size

$1.65 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

Kubos investors

Kubos's latest funding round in May 2017 was reported to be $1.6 m. In total, Kubos has raised $2 m
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Kubos Operating Metrics

Sep, 2020



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Kubos News and Updates

No Cost Relief from Kubos for Satellite Operators Affected by COVID-19

Satellites are crucial to the backbone of the economy, the government and to first responders. Maintaining business and government continuity means maintaining their software and operations in orbit. However, not all control rooms have fully evolved from the Apollo-era definition.

Space is Open for Business and Cybersecurity Risks as Kubos Joins Orbital Security Alliance

Kubos announced its membership in the Orbital Security Alliance (OSA) as a result of growing cybersecurity risk to orbital assets that have driven a collaborative industry response in the formation of the OSA.

Kubos and Ruag partner to provide computer systems for megaconstellations

Open source spacecraft software developer Kubos is working with Ruag Space to offer high-performance and scalable computer systems to meet the growing demands of satellite megaconstellations. SpaceNews.com

Kubos Receives SBIR Award from U.S. Air Force

Kubos Corporation (Kubos) has received a Phase I Small Business Innovative Research (SBIR) award from the U.S. Air Force to validate a Kubos solution to securely host third-party applications on spacecraft already in orbit.

Kubos Blogs

KubOS 1.20 Upgrading Rust

This latest release of KubOS is a small collection of bug fixes and documentation improvements, some of which are from our community members! The biggest change with this release is the upgrade to Rust v1.39.0. As a result, you’ll need to update your SDK and any boards or platforms you’ve installed …

KubOS 1.19 Scheduling

This latest release of KubOS includes an entirely new service that significantly changes the way you interact with KubOS: the scheduler service. The implications are far reaching, and we’re excited to finally bring it to our users. We removed the OnBoot and OnCommand reserved args in the application…

KubOS 1.18 Monitor Your Apps

This latest release of KubOS includes a major feature we’ve been wanting to do for quite awhile: active monitoring of mission applications. We’ve also moved to Rust 1.37.0, wholly moved to Python 3.7, and improved ingestion performance on the telemetry database with a new UDP batch insert endpoint.M…

KubOS 1.17 Summer Cleaning

With this latest release of KubOS, we’ve mostly done a significant amount of cleanup of many different parts of our system! While this isn’t the most exciting thing to talk about, it’s a necessary part of keeping our system flight-ready. No mission should be delayed by a bad dependency. In addition …

KubOS 1.16 Docs, Docs, and More Docs.

Documentation is often overlooked, with developers focusing on functionality and landing the next big feature. At Kubos, we pride ourselves on our documentation. It’s one of the essential components of accomplishing our mission, and we make sure it is a continual effort, not an afterthought. Over th…

KubOS 1.15 Connection is Live

With this release of KubOS, we’ve integrated our first radio! This is the first end-to-end implementation of the communications service by Kubos. The radio is the Nearspace Launch Eyestar-D2 Duplex Radio, which operates over the globalstar network. Integrating the link required a new packet protocol…
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Kubos Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Kubos founded?

    Kubos was founded in 2014.

  • How many employees does Kubos have?

    Kubos has 3 employees.

  • Who are Kubos competitors?

    Competitors of Kubos include Mist Mobility Integrated Systems Technology, JFA Avionics Systems and CubeCab.

  • Where is Kubos headquarters?

    Kubos headquarters is located at 525 3rd St Suite 200, Lake Oswego.

  • Where are Kubos offices?

    Kubos has an office in Lake Oswego.

  • How many offices does Kubos have?

    Kubos has 1 office.