Providing Trust and Transparency to Satellite Operators with Intuitive and Timely Collision Avoidance Warnings and Decision Guidance
Kayhan reduces the response time to potential satellite collisions by more than 95%.
Kayhan Cloud Infrastructure supports a large number of requests and computational loads by rapid horizontal expansion.
Kayhan enterprise solution deployed on a scalable cloud infrastructure is an effective platform for managing collision avoidance response to a large constellation of satellites.
Kayhan services are accessible from anywhere and any device, whether it is via the front end GUI or a large collection of API endpoints.
Kayhan integrates with the most popular communication channels to ensure that satellite operators have the information they need at their fingertips.
The resident space object population size around Earth is increasing at an accelerated pace. Tracking and maintaining custody of these objects is quickly becoming an intractable problem. This issue will soon be exacerbated as more capable and stronger tracking systems become operational. Kayhan Satellite Collision Detection and Avoidance System ensures that satellite operators are aware of the collision threats, and provides them with clear and actionable avoidance recommendations.
Delivers intuitive satellite conjunction notifications in real-time to satellite operators through various channels such as secure email, SMS, and more. Performs autonomous in-depth statistical analysis and Monte Carlo simulations on the upcoming high-interest conjunction events, with recommendations for additional sensor tasking.
Performs autonomous conjunction analysis based on satellite operators maneuver plans and recommends changes to the planned maneuver by minimizing the upcoming conjunctions.
Publicly available astrodynamics utilities accessible via APIs to perform various fundamental conversions, e.g. coordinate transformation, time conversions, orbital element conversations, and more.
Araz has a master’s in Information Systems and has been a part of two successful startups - He joined Duetto, a B2B SaaS startup as an early employee, and left to co-found Syfer, a cybersecurity startup. He has over 10 years of experience in technology and analytics, working for startups, as well as fortune 500 companies. One of his strengths is leveraging technology to solve real problems. Araz is an engineer by training, and a data scientist.
Siamak holds a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado, Boulder with a focus on precise orbit determination. He has supported several NASA missions in the past, including the OSIRIS-REx asteroid sample return mission. Prior to Kayhan, Siamak was Chief Scientist at SpaceNav LLC., where he led software developments projects focusing on spaceflight operations and collision risk assessment. He is Principal Investigator (PI) on NASA Tipping Point grant that was recently awarded to Blue Canyon Technologies for the development of autonomous on-board navigation software for SmallSats and CubeSats.
Derek is a software engineer with Kayhan. With a bachelor's degree from Colorado State University in Computer Science, Derek is now pursuing a Master of Science in Computer and Information Science from the University of Oregon, where he is pursuing research interests in network security. With experience in full-stack web application design, system-level programming, networking, and security, Derek is a well-rounded engineer hoping to contribute to a new era in aerospace software.
Joseph is a software engineer and a graduate student of computer science. During his professional career, he has developed C/C++ codes and algorithms for mission-critical software and has extensive experience with cloud infrastructures.
Sarah Ann is a Frontend Developer at Kayhan. Sarah Ann holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA. She also has a Full Stack Web Development certificate from Thinkful. Both engineering and web development, at their core, are problem-solving & that is what Sarah Ann was made to do.