July 1, 2022

Xebotec

Transportation industry development

Xplore acquires Kubos and Major Tom software

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COLORADO SPRINGS – Room-as-a-assistance startup Xplore Inc. declared the acquisition April 4 of spacecraft computer software developer Kubos Corp. together with Big Tom, Kubos’ flight manage program platform.

Additional than a dozen governing administration and commercial satellites in orbit plan and conduct mission operations with Key Tom, cloud-based computer software created to deal with a wide variety of tasks which include ground station scheduling, satellite tasking and telemetry checking.

Main Tom “is a software system Xplore can grow and lengthen to other aspects of flight and floor program into tasking and data distribution,” Lisa Prosperous, Xplore founder and main operating officer, instructed SpaceNews.

Redmond, Washington-dependent Xplore introduced in February that it experienced raised $16.2 million due to the fact it was recognized in 2017.

Kubos associates and buyers incorporate RBC Indicators, Viasat, Microsoft Azure and ISISpace of the Netherlands. Xplore is a further Kubos consumer.

“We are a shopper-concentrated business area enterprise that is now equally a shopper and developer of Main Tom,” Wealthy reported in a written statement. “As customers, builders and stakeholders, the capability to effortlessly join and setup command and handle systems for satellites and constellations is vital. Our exceptional standpoint will permit us to constantly increase the features and abilities of our flight-ready mission control technique from the within out.”

Kubos employees, together with previous CEO and co-founder Tyler Browder, are signing up for Xplore.

“I’m delighted to join the Xplore workforce as company advancement director for mission operations,” Browder stated in a assertion. “In my new position, I will continue to establish and grow the Major Tom system into an expanded services featuring.”