Data & Insight
PredaSAR’s Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellites provide persistent, 24/7, all-weather coverage of the world’s population, critical areas of commerce, and specific areas of interest, both terrestrial and maritime.
Once fully deployed, PredaSAR’s spacecraft are expected to provide near persistent global coverage and near real-time, mission-critical Earth observation data. Our first constellation of 96 satellites is currently planned to be completed and in-orbit by 2026, with the first satellite expected to launch in 2022. The PredaSAR satellite constellation is projected to achieve under 10-minute average revisit rates once fully deployed.
GEOStareSV2 nanosatellite outfitted with LLNL payload, launched May 15, 2021.
Unmatched Aerospace & Industry Leading Experts
PredaSAR's executive leadership team and board are comprised of some of the most talented and experienced aerospace technology and defense professionals in the world.
Chief Executive Officer
Major General Roger Teague, USAF (Ret.)
PredaSAR is proudly USA owned and operated