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Michigan 50 Companies to Watch | Atlas Space Operations

Michigan Celebrates Small Business
May 6, 2019 5:00 PM

AtlasSpaceIn a lead-up to 2019's Michigan Celebrates Small Business Gala Celebration Jeffrey Mosher spoke with several winning companies from this cycle.

Here he talks with Mike Carey, Chief Strategy Officer of one of Michigan 50 Companies to Watch in 2019, Atlas Space Operations Traverse City, MI.

To listen to the full interview please click on the embedded SoundCloud PodCast below! 


Atlas Space Operations, Traverse City, MI

ATLAS Space Operations, Inc. provides a revolutionary approach to satellite communications and in 2017 was listed by Morgan Stanley as a top 12 disruptor in the satellite industry - by providing satcom as a service. 

ATLAS was founded on the ideal of providing affordable access to space for all. We believe that providing an exceptional level of service shouldn't be cost prohibitive. Stemming from the innovation in the satellite and launch sectors, there became a data bottleneck on the ground - with no solution in sight. Enter ATLAS.  

Unlike legacy ground solutions, ATLAS utilizes a software-centric, cloud-based approach - the Freedom™ Software Platform. This proprietary software allows us to cut costly overhead, streamline operations and allow customers to gather more data, faster from space for use in the real world.  

We developed an ever-growing ground network of antenna designed to cover more of the globe without increasing costs to the customer. Built around the Freedom™ Software Platform, our network provides a simple, affordable, scalable option for satellite operators and launch companies alike.  

From spacecraft, to antenna, to your customer – our simplified approach supplies the data you need, when you need it. 

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