StriX

Why did we name our satellite “StriX”?

Strix is the mythological basis for the scientific name of the owl family. An owl is a bird known for its ability to see things clearly at night, and has long been a symbol of knowledge and wisdom in many human cultures. Synspective’s small SAR satellite shares these aspects of the owl, resembling it in its orbit around the Earth.

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Small and low-cost SAR satellite
High resolution data
High resolution data even at night and during cloudy/rainy weather
constellation
Daily observation of big cities in the whole earth by constellation
StriX

100kg class Synthetic Aperture Radar satellite

StriX Constellation

Weight:100kg class
Frequency: X-band
Swath: 10 – 30 km
Resolution: 1 – 3 m
Polarization: VV

Roadmap of Synspective

Roadmap of Synspective

Efficient,accountable, and resilient world

Synspective is deploying “Enabler” to companies and governments that have the aim to accomplish sustainable development.

 

In 2020- The first launch

We will launch the first satellite to test and evaluate its performance.

 

By 2022- 6-satellites constellation

This constellation will have the capacity equivalent to monitoring all the major cities in Asia daily.

 

By 202X- 25-satellites constellation

This constellation will have the capacity equivalent to monitoring all the major cities all over the world.