Existing satellite mission design and engineering tools have complex user interfaces and workflows. As a result, these tools require significant experience and training in order to be used effectively. By focusing on most, but not all space missions, Sedaro Satellite is able to provide simplified, streamlined interfaces and workflows. This enables non-experts to rapidly generate accurate results and optimized designs.
With clean aesthetics and intuitive workflows, Sedaro Satellite aims to lead a shift away from the complicated, expert-only tools that are currently the norm in satellite mission design and engineering.
Sedaro Satellite is a cloud-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) application, hosted on ITAR-compliant AWS servers and accessible via a web browser. This allows for constant improvement, practically unlimited computing resources, and streamlined licensing and trials.
Sedaro Satellite employs a flexible, subscription-based pricing model with a base offering licensed annually and all independent, task-specific modules licensed quarterly.
Sedaro Satellite is in a closed beta! Sign up below if you are interested in participating:
Sedaro Technologies is pleased to announce that its NASA Phase I SBIR proposal titled “Enabling Model-Based Systems Engineering with Sedaro Satellite” has been selected for contract negotiation. Sedaro Satellite simulations are run in the cloud, utilizing practically unlimited computing resources to rapidly populate trade spaces and disseminate results. With the intention of further leveraging this capability and streamlining integration into aerospace MBSE workflows, Sedaro Technologies plans to upgrade Sedaro Satellite to enable the import, export, and use of SysML models within the platform. We are excited for this new opportunity and appreciate NASA’s support of Sedaro Satellite!
Sedaro invites prospective users to participate in the Mission Designer beta release! This is an important next-step towards the debut of the first two Sedaro Satellite modules: Mission Designer and Energy Balance, planned for August 2020. Submit your email before July 10th to be considered for free, early access to this innovative satellite mission design tool.
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Sedaro Technologies CEO Robbie Robertson and CTO Sebastian Welsh presented virtually on the Small Satellite Reliability Initiative (SSRI) Knowledge Base at the 2020 NASA NEPP Electronics Technology Workshop. The talk was titled “An Online Knowledge Base to Improve Small Satellite Reliability” and the slides should eventually be available on the NEPP website here.
Sedaro is pleased to announce its award of a firm fixed price contract by Millennium Engineering and Integration Co. to design and develop the Small Satellite Reliability Initiative (SSRI) Knowledge Base for NASA Ames Research Center. This publicly available NASA tool will be part of the Small Spacecraft Systems Virtual Institute (S3VI) website and will provide small satellite developers and stakeholders with high-quality, vetted resources and best practices on a broad range of topics driving mission confidence.
Robbie has over 10 years of experience developing space hardware and was previously the first employee and Product Development Manager at Ibeos, a space avionics provider. At Ibeos, Robbie managed the development, manufacture, and test of small satellite products. In addition, Robbie developed Ibeos' foundational processes/tools for structural and thermal analysis, energy balance analysis, mission planning, and automated testing. Robbie received his B.S. in Aerospace Engineering and Ph.D. in Applied Physics and Space Engineering from Virginia Tech, where he led the mechanical design of three space plasma instruments for the LAICE CubeSat mission. Robbie has held research positions developing physics-based models of spacecraft attitude and orbit dynamics at Los Alamos National Laboratory, Air Force Research Laboratory, and the German Centre for Quantum Engineering and Space-Time Research (QUEST).
Sebastian has a broad technical background with extensive experience in software/firmware development and mechanical and electrical design, test, and manufacturing. He has led a diverse set of space hardware development efforts - from the second 3D printer to operate in space to a GPU-based payload processor that enables on-orbit machine learning. As a Lead Engineer and second employee at Ibeos, a space avionics provider, and Co-founder/CTO of a social network startup, Sebastian has extensive experience as an entrepreneur and technical leader. Sebastian received his B.S. in Computer Science from Virginia Tech. At Sedaro, Sebastian is guiding the detailed development of our products with a commitment to scalability, adaptability, and reliability.
Daniel Martin has a strong background in managing people, budgets, and schedules. Prior to joining Sedaro, he was a Lead Analyst at Technomics, where he provided cost and schedule analysis for large DoD programs with budgets in excess of $150 million. Prior to joining Technomics, Daniel managed Nutravail's production facility for pharmaceuticals and nutraceuticals and was responsible for a team of over 40 employees. Daniel received his BS in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Virginia Tech, where he worked as a research assistant at the Center for Space Science and Engineering Research. In addition to managing day-to-day operations, Daniel is committed to building efficiency, structure, and organization at Sedaro.
At Sedaro Technologies, we are also committed to providing cost-effective engineering services with a focus on efficiency, flexibility, and quality. Sedaro’s Co-founders have extensive and diverse experience providing engineering services to government and commercial customers across the aerospace industry. Our team is available for T&M and FFP consulting and engineering support as well as for larger, comprehensive “design-to-spec” programs.
Sedaro Technologies is an ITAR compliant, American company.