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April 8th, 2019

Peraton Launching COSMOS 360 at 35th Space Symposium

Peraton is debuting their COSMOS 360 at the Space Symposium in Colorado Springs, Colorado, from April 8-11, 2019.

From mission planning to battle management command and control and beyond, the immersive 360-degree exhibit will showcase an integrated scenario of military-civilian cross-sector partnership across the space domain and its ability to command the cosmos.   

The experience highlights Peraton's Mission Management Suite in-action, to include its market-leading TT&C platform OS/COMET. The 35-year-strong platform enables the command of complex satellite constellations and ground systems, with rapid-fielding capability and flexibility to customize for unique mission challenges. A proven mission planning and operational services capability for NOAA and NASA, OS/COMET supports GOES-R and more than 350 satellites and hosted payloads worldwide.

Peraton invites Symposium attendees to booth 338 for a COSMOS 360 experience — a view of the space domain from ground systems to deep space, and the potential to command the cosmos.

Roger Mason, President Space, Intel, Cyber sector at Peraton, said that in an era of rapidly evolving technology and threats, the space domain demands a comprehensive and strategic approach. Peraton's seamless and integrated mission capabilities enable the protection of territory, assets and interests; discovery of critical information and intelligence; and transformation of technology.