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The USSF Award True Anomaly $17 million contract

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Ibadan, 26 September 2023 – The USSF Space Systems Command have awarded a $17.4 million Phase III Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract to True Anomaly, Inc. The company builds innovative technology at the intersection of spacecraft, software, and AI to deliver solutions for space security, sustainability, and accessibility. In addition, it empowers the U.S. Government, its allies, and partners, as well as the commercial space industry, to lead safe, resilient operations in orbit to secure life on Earth.

Under the award, True Anomaly™, the technology company safeguarding global security by ensuring space access and sustainability for all, will provide a suite of Space Domain Awareness (SDA) applications that will leverage powerful analytics and scalable AI to support human-machine teaming for improved efficiency across the spectrum of SDA operations.  Furthermore, This will be delivered through True Anomaly’s Mosaic™ software—an integrated operating system for every aspect of space domain awareness and security.

True Anomaly CEO Even Rogers stated, “As space grows more critical to national security missions, awareness in the domain is increasingly complex, leading to exponential operational requirements for Guardians and infrastructure,” The CEO further stated, “Modern SDA is about much more than collision avoidance—it’s about delivering the right information at the right time to the right decision-maker. The rapid global launch cadence has out-paced DoD’s ability to fuse SDA data. Our application suite directly addresses this gap with scalable automation intended to be a force multiplier for SDA operators.”

The company received the Phase III funding following an accelerated Direct to Phase II contract in which True Anomaly delivered an initial 21-month scope of work in only four months.

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