Launchspace Technologies Corporation (LTC) is a commercial space services company with a subscription-based, multiple-revenue-stream business plan that addresses a permanent international imperative to maintain national security and spaceflight safety. Launchspace (LTC) is a leader in the key technologies and architectures for solving major national security capability gaps in space, space traffic management (STM) and orbital debris tracking and removal. Our IP is protected by issued patents.
We can provide seasoned experts for help with everything from design services for launch vehicles and spacecraft as well as proposal writing for grants and due diligence and mentorship for venture funded space technology companies. Launchspace Technologies Corporation has had extensive experience in proposal evaluation, red teaming and competitive analysis.
Our team includes innovators who have invented and created many of the spacecraft advances that we see in today’s satellites and launch vehicles.
We believe that Launchspace has the only viable and affordable technology and architectural approaches for supplying several critical space data and services to the Air Force, intelligence community, NASA and commercial satellite operators. Our revenue model is based on permanent recurring subscription revenue streams from patents critical to ensuring safe access to space and protection for vital space assets. Launchspace is developing a Low Earth Orbit (LEO) sensor constellation to detect, track and identify resident space objects (RSOs – orbital debris and active spacecraft) in both LEO and geostationary equatorial orbits (GEO) leading to revenue from customers in space situational awareness (SSA), orbital debris tracking and clearing and space traffic management (STM). The orbital debris problem will always exist due to the exponential increase in the launch of satellites and spacecraft. Therefore, the critically mandated solution to this problem will result in a permanent and recurring revenue stream for Launchspace.
Launchspace will develop a 2nd constellation of debris impact pads (DIPs) that will remediate the orbital debris problem which threatens human and robotic spaceflight and can clog access to critical orbits in space. We plan on ultimately putting a constellation of 24 sensor spacecraft in LEO and as many as 100 DIPs, leading to well in excess of $1 billion in annual revenue. Because the orbital debris problem will grow over time with the planned 15,000 satellites being put on orbit in the next 10 years, orbital debris is a problem that will need tracking and remediation on a permanent basis.
The combination of National Security Space (NSS), civil (NASA, NOAA) and commercial customers using our solutions will save the US Government billions of dollars, maintain permanent safe space operations for human and robotic spaceflight and help ensure continued U.S. leadership in space.