KP Labs is a NewSpace company based in Poland offering AI computers and software to bring autonomy to demanding space missions. The team behind the company is comprised of 50 space professionals.
Currently, the company is developing Intuition-1 - a 6U-class satellite mission with the Leopard DPU enabling on-board data processing acquired via a hyperspectral instrument with spectral resolution in the range of visible and near-infrared light.
For mission integrators and operators who need to build advanced spacecraft, the Smart Mission Ecosystem brings together the necessary hardware, software and AI-powered algorithms for complete missions. Unlike fragmented and difficult to integrate solutions, the r=ecosystem was designed with a holistic approach to enable on-board data processing on the payload and satellite level, as well as to ensure safer and more fault-tolerant missions.
The Smart Mission Ecosystem is a set of hardware, software and AI-powered algorithms. It consists of Smart payload (Leopard and The Herd) and Smart satellite (Oryx, Oasis and Antelope):
- Leopard is a CubeSat standard compliant data processing unit enabling mission designers to apply AI solutions in space. It was designed to support the capturing, managing and processing of data in orbit.
- Oryx is a modular flight software tool developed for the mission control of small satellites. If components are not directly supported by Oryx, customers can simply extend their simulation by creating customised drivers.
- Antelope is an on-board computer that combines a Telemetry, Tracking & Command module and a data processing unit. It is the powerful heart of the satellite, responsible for satellite control and basic task performance.
- Oasis is a single-board, CubeSat PC-104 compatible EGSE (electrical ground support equipment) that enables the running of a complete flight version of software on actual hardware before the subsystems are physically present.
- The Herd is a group of on-board AI-powered algorithms for image correction & data analysis dedicated to Earth Observation.
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Last updated: 2021-07-07