Sybilla Technologies Partners with POLSA to Revolutionize Space Surveillance

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Sybilla Technologies is at the forefront of a groundbreaking project in collaboration with the Polish Space Agency (POLSA) and Cillium Engineering, focusing on enhancing global space surveillance. This initiative involves the modernization of a network of optical sensors across the globe, aimed at monitoring satellites and space debris.

The project has recently achieved a significant milestone with the completion of three new sensors, incorporating advanced technology and remotely operated telescopes.

These telescopes, equipped with high-resolution cameras, are positioned in strategic locations worldwide, offering unparalleled capabilities in observing and tracking artificial satellites and space debris.

This venture not only solidifies Poland’s position as a leading provider of observational data in Europe but also underscores Sybilla Technologies’ pivotal role in advancing space safety and technology. For more details, you can read the full article on the POLSA website​​.

New Observatories of the Polish Space Agency

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