IN THE NEWS | HANDS, Space Debris, and Scientific Success

It's no secret that cutting edge science is expensive and risky. Often, only brave and innovative companies are willing to take on the uncertainty of developing a technology that may not always have a clear path to profitable, commercial enterprise. This isRead more
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IN THE NEWS | Oceanit Featured in the Dept. of Defense SBIR Success Stories 2019

Oceanit was honored to be included in the 2019 class of SBIR Success Stories for our project, called 'High Accuracy Network Determination System', or HANDS. The project was built as a global surveillance network to track orbiting satellites, debris, andRead more

IN THE NEWS | Hey Aliens, we should talk

It’s rather unlikely that Earthlings would be able to simply chat with extra-terrestrials if we were to make contact, right? Turns out, it’s possible that our languages wouldn’t be so far apart according to hypotheses based on ‘Universal Grammar.’ InRead more
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IN THE NEWS | Oceanit Awarded Patent for Camera Enabling Daytime Satellite Observation

Oceanit received a patent for a novel surveillance sensor capable of tracking satellites in deep space during the day and night.

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Oceanit Demonstrates All-Sky Infrared Sensor for the Navy

A team of scientists and engineers from Oceanit recently demonstrated an innovative infrared sensor system for Naval Air Systems Command. The Meteorological Atmospheric Measurement Bolometer Array (MAMBA) is an all-sky sensor designed to characterize atmospheric transmittance to support tactical andRead more

Oceanit Joins National Spectrum Consortium to Advance Development of Spectrum-Sharing Technologies

When you watch television, send a text message, or reheat leftovers in a microwave oven, you are using electromagnetic energy. Military operations depend on the electromagnetic spectrum to communicate or manage high-tech weapon systems. Without this amazing technology, the worldRead more

Introducing MAMBA: Oceanit’s New All-Sky Camera

Concurrent with the biggest astronomy conference in the world, the XXIX General Assembly of the International Astronomical Union, Oceanit is introducing a new all-sky infrared camera. Known as MAMBA (Meteorological Atmospheric Measurement Bolometer Array), it continually and simultaneously monitors atmosphericRead more

Oceanit Research May Provide Key to Future Satellite Harvesting Techniques

How close does a scene from a science fiction space Hollywood movie compare with reality? In the 2013 film Gravity, a space mission becomes deadly when a defunct satellite is hit by a missile strike, causing space debris. The spaceRead more