Our StriX satellites can collect data with a ground resolution of 1-3m and a swath width of more than 10-30km.
The StriX observation modes are Stripmap and Sliding Spotlight mode. Each satellite has a SAR antenna that is 5 meters in length and stowed during launch. The simple design of the satellites allows us to significantly reduce the cost and time needed for their development.
Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is an active system that sends microwave pulses to Earth and receives the reflected signals to generate an image of the target area.
Unlike optical satellites that cannot observe in darkness or when there is cloud coverage, SAR enables persistent 24-hour monitoring.
Our StriX satellites use X-band for the precise monitoring of cities and infrastructure that are Synspective’s primary targets.
A Message from the Satellite System Development Department
Synspective is eager to work with individuals and organizations that share our enthusiasm for our products, value our expertise, and agree with our vision to establish a SAR satellite ecosystem.
With a strong commitment to agile development and the support of partner companies, government agencies, and universities, we are able to understand and meet our customers’ needs.
In order to realize a high level of quality in our products and services, Synspective needs passionate individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and expertise including SAR, ground/satellite network, data processing, systems engineering, edge computing, quality control/assurance, factory management, and project management.
Please contact us if you are interested in joining our team or if you are a supplier interested in forging new partnerships.