Unique technology breakthrough

Global network
with full sky coverage
Survey and custom

Our proprietary network of observation stations excels in multi-orbit tracking, allowing simultaneous monitoring of space assets across different orbital regimes.


Our proprietary sensors

Multiple Telescopes

Station (MTOS)

MTOS is a system of 4 synchronously rotating telescopes that are located at the same observation site. Their rotation rate is coordinated with the transit time of objects in the field of view to ensure that all space objects are detected, even at low altitudes down to 300km.


Each telescope has its own remote-controlled mount, which means that the 4 telescopes can also be controlled independently to track and further characterize specific objects.


The monitoring patterns can be modified all through the night to capture objects in the most effective manner. Accurate preliminary orbits are obtained using only a couple of images captured a few seconds from each other. We leverage this data to yield accurate orbit estimates and detect maneuvers.

Our Orbital Information System provides daily orbital data on a set of space objects, including preliminary orbits, fitted orbits, object identification, maneuver detection, collision avoidance services and more.


Aldoria’s telescopes and algorithms
are designed to detect orbital
object trajectory



Horsehead Nebula (B33)

Pleiades Nebula x #42939

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