COMSPOC delivers precise and accurate space domain awareness to address current and emerging challenges in the space environment.

A subsidiary of AGI, COMSPOC provides software products and services for the space operations community. Our safety of flight and mission assurance services are the most accurate, precise, and complete in the private sector. Our software products provide comprehensive space operations analysis capabilities.

We also research future risks to the space environment (and their solutions), contribute to international standards, and advocate for responsible space safety and best practices in the civil, commercial, academic, national, and international space communities.

COMSPOC Focus Areas

Safety of Flight

  • High Definition Ephemeris (HiDEph)
  • Conjunction analysis screening
  • ‚ÄčTimely collision avoidance alerts and course of action analysis 

Space Domain Awareness

  • Threat assessment and warning
  • Detection and notification of a spacecraft entering a keep-out threshold
  • Maneuver patterns of life monitoring and deviation notification
  • Space operator training and exercises
  • Data curation and fusion
Image from ComSpOC, Radar Tracks

Commercial and Civil Space

  • Standards and best practices development
  • Data sharing and pooling 
  • Governance and sustainability 
  • Space traffic coordination 
Image from ComSpOC, GEO RSOs to 2 cm


SSA Software Suite (SSS)

Comprehensive Space Operation Center (SpOC) capabilities in an off-the-shelf, enterprise-level software package.

Space Object Threat Assessment (SOTA)

Assess satellite risk and vulnerability.

Space Event Generator (SEG)

Simulate space events for Test, Training, and Exercise (TTX) support.

ODTK Space Situational Awareness

Reverse engineer spacecraft maneuvers, and examine and correct observation association problems.


Image from ComSpOC, Control Room
Image from SEG, AGI
Image from ComSpOC, Engine Room display
Image from SOTA, AGI


Within ten years, we can expect up to 2.5 million close calls per year in the most congested orbital regimes if these threats are not effectively managed and mitigated. What will that realized population mean for collision risk? The Number of Encounters Assessment Tool (NEAT) assesses collision risk by adjusting key parameters including constellation size, orbit altitude, and inclination. Users can also customize their threshold for warnings, maneuvers, and hard-body collisions.