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Saber Astronautics, a space mission management and operations company, recently won a $6.6M Defence Innovation Hub contract to transform existing space telescopes into space traffic sensors.

Following an initial $2.1m Defence Innovation Hub contract in 2019, this contract continues through to the third phase of development applying advanced algorithms to combine data from multiple different suppliers such as dedicated radars and telescopes. Leveraging Saber’s heritage in artificial intelligence and machine learning, the contract means Saber will be able to identify and track space objects in real-time, more accurately and effectively than ever before.

Developed by Saber Astronautics’ Australian laboratories, the project benefits from the company’s leadership and expertise in space traffic management, exemplified by their Responsive Space Operations CentreTM (RSOC) program. This contract is a part of a broader initiative to improve space situational awareness and safety of flight and is scheduled to close in August 2025.

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