LeoLabs’ mission is to secure commercial operations in low Earth orbit (LEO). As the LEO ecosystem around our planet gets more congested, the risk of collisions rises, and the need to map the orbits of spacecraft, satellites and space debris grows with every launch. Meanwhile, new generations of commercial spacecraft, such as small and cube satellites, are causing a dramatic increase in imaging, communications and human spaceflight prospects.
LeoLabs was founded to address these risks today. With a worldwide network of ground-based, phased-array radars that enable high resolution data on objects in LEO, LeoLabs is uniquely equipped to offer foundational mapping data and services to mitigate the risks of collisions. These services include rapid orbit determination, early operational support, and ongoing orbit awareness. LeoLabs is a venture-funded company based in Menlo Park, CA, and provides its services to commercial satellite operators, government regulatory and space agencies, and satellite management services firms.
|HQ||Menlo Park, US|
|Size (employees)||17 (est)-5%|
LeoLabs total Funding
LeoLabs latest funding size
Time since last funding
|6 months ago|
|Airbus Ventures, SRI International, Dylan Taylor, WERU Investment, Horizons Ventures, Jordan Eisenberg|
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When was LeoLabs founded?
LeoLabs was founded in 2015.
Who are LeoLabs key executives?
LeoLabs's key executives are Daniel Ceperley, Michael Nicolls and John Buonocore.
How many employees does LeoLabs have?
LeoLabs has 17 employees.
Who are LeoLabs competitors?
Competitors of LeoLabs include EarthNow, Aerial & Maritime and Helios Wire.
Where is LeoLabs headquarters?
LeoLabs headquarters is located at PO Box 998 , Menlo Park.
Where are LeoLabs offices?
LeoLabs has an office in Menlo Park.
How many offices does LeoLabs have?
LeoLabs has 1 office.