The 2020 Hyperspace Cohort

Startup cohort

Helm.ai

Helm.ai is pioneering a breakthrough in unsupervised learning for Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Technologies.

IDEAS Engineering and Technology, LLC

IDEAS Engineering and Technology, LLC provides innovative and cost-effective electronic and embedded solutions for mission-critical systems with a focus on the rapidly-growing space market.

InfraLytiks

InfraLytiks is an engineering-based complex data analytics and automation firm specializing in machine learning and artificial intelligence custom software development for image-based data including HD, 3D, IR, LiDAR and telemetry from telescopes, satellites, aircraft, drones and vehicles.

Kayhan Space

Kayhan’s Satellite Collision Avoidance software analyzes incoming potential satellite collision events data and delivers timely notifications through various messaging channels, such as Slack. Our direct messaging integrations reduce operator response efforts by 95%.

Perspective Components Inc.

Perspective Components is an artificial intelligence company developing advanced enterprise applications. Perspective Components’ goal is to redefine the standard of computer vision systems while providing unique solutions with standalone edge computing.

Pierce Aerospace

Pierce Aerospace is a Remote ID service provider focused on practical and robust integration of Remote ID services into the UAS ecosystem. As an industry leader, Pierce Aerospace serves on the Unmanned Aircraft Safety Team, ASTM F38 UAS Remote ID Committee, and the FAA's Remote ID Cohort.

Resilient Solutions (RS21)

RS21 is a data science, artificial intelligence, and visualization company tackling humanity’s biggest challenges. Blending domain knowledge, advanced computational capabilities, and visualization expertise, we develop intuitive and interactive analytics products that provide actionable insights.

Space Domain Awareness Inc.

Space Domain Awareness Inc. (SDA) is a mission-driven pre-seed startup working to develop a Space Object Tracking Unit (SOTU), as the integral component of an affordable automated identification and tracking service for cubesats and intentional debris in Low Earth Orbit (LEO).

Space Products and Innovation (SPiN)

SPiN is a space company specialized in spinning technology from other industries into the space sector. Its core solution is a plug and play adapter to integrate satellites like lego and reduce cost and time of satellite manufacturing.

Starfish Space Inc.

Starfish Space is building an on-orbit transportation service to enable the evolving space mission.

Willowview Consulting, LLC

Willowview Consulting's experience with hardware and software-based systems enable us to design and build systems with cognitive abilities that mimic the biological brain, making a faster, more effective, scalable, lower-power solution, capable of learning from its own experience.

university cohort

Johns Hopkins University

The Institute for Assured Autonomy at Johns Hopkins University’s Whiting School of Engineering focuses on ensuring that autonomous systems are safe, secure, and reliable, and do what they are designed to do. The institutetakes a holistic approach to this objective. In addition to focusing on the technology itself, it takes into consideration the ecosystem in which the technology operates, and the policies needed to ensure its effective implementation.

New Mexico State university

The Robotics, Unmanned Vehicles, Intelligent Systems and Control Laboratory (or RUVICON Lab) is part of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at New Mexico State University. It develops rapid optimization methods, real-time guidance and control algorithms, and power management control systems for advanced autonomous vehicles and robots.