Orbital   Laboratory



Orbital Laboratory is founded by graduates of the Moscow State University Physic’s Department.
Our Team has an advanced scientific education in conjunction with more than 20 years of hands-on experience in global satellite communication sector. We have a vast experience with in-depth mathematical modeling of various business processes, as well as with complex telecommunications tasks and data analytics, which have been leveraged through analytical approach of solving multi dimensional technical and mathematical problems. This profound expertise allows our Team to find quick and effective solutions for development and implementation of various Telecommunications projects based on ‘Best – In Class’ technological and systematical methods.
Orbital Laboratory Team has successfully developed and received a Technology Patent for the concept of “Satellite systems with hybrid orbital schema”, which was in particular designed to improve radio transmission and communication over the Arctic and Antarctic regions. The technical part of the concept is based on the implementation of the global coverage for radio transmitted signals, using minimum required number of satellites in the system over high-latitude Arctic and Antarctic regions, with less than industry CAPEX average and minimal operational costs.
Solving the problem of information security in high-latitude regions of the Arctic and the Antarctic regions is one of the main areas of research and development by the Orbital Laboratory's Team.


3D-visualization of the E-CORSE earth remote sensing (ERS) project elaborated by the French Space Agency (CNES) under the motto: “One Earth, one meter, one day!”

Comparative analysis of high-elliptical orbits (HEO) for the provision of services in high-latitude regions of the Earth, taking into account the optimization of operating costs in the long term.

Optimization of the structure of medium-altitude orbital constellations (MEO) in order to implement the global telecommunications infrastructure.

The project of a global satellite communication system, including high-latitude regions of the Arctic and Antarctic. Patent Orbital Laboratory #2659564.

Calculation of communication link budget of the Antarctic satellite subsystems for the areas above 75 degrees South latitude of the Antarctic sector to user terminals with omnidirectional antenna.

Mathematical modeling of economic profitability indicators for global satellite projects with fluctuating level of initial investment.

Probability encounters assessment of telecommunication spacecrafts in high-elliptical orbits (HEO) with low-orbital space objects and debris. Numerical simulation of the Kessler’s syndrome.

High-resolution 3D visualization of the Starlink global Internet multi-satellite system project developed by SpaceX.