SENSE offers data visualization for security and internet of things (IoT) industries. The company provides a one-stop solution that allows intuitive exploration of data, collaboration, and resource allocation, available through desktop or mobile. It was founded in 2014 and is based in Tel Aviv, Israel.
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Latest SENSE News
Oct 20, 2017
EXB Solutions, Peraton Team Up to Pursue NASA Sense Contract EXB Solutions, Peraton Team Up to Pursue NASA Sense Contract Antennas used for NASA’s Space Network. Photo: NASA. Peraton recently selected software engineering firm EXB Solutions as a partner in its bid for a NASA contract to build and maintain a next-generation advanced satellite technology network. According to NASA, the Space Exploration Networks Services and Evolution (SENSE) program is intended to “support continuous operations, maintenance and sustainment of the relay and direct-to-earth networks and their evolution toward a future architectural vision.” EXB is already working with Peraton to perform tasks on the Space Communications Network Services (SCNS) contract, the program SENSE will succeed. The SENSE program will advance 30 to 50 years of satellite technologies and set the stage for accelerated innovation in communications, navigation and exploration, Peraton stated. “These are technologies that protect our country and keep the United States on the leading edge of space, air travel, communications, media distribution and secure mission-critical information,” added EXB Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Chris Schwartzbauer. EXB engineers will join other SENSE teammates in the coming weeks as the proposal effort formally kicks off. Receive the latest satellite industry news right to your inbox In 2007, Intelsat, Inmarsat and SES crafted a unified message that helped preserve C-band spectrum access for the industry. Ten years later, Intelsat and Intel have made waves with a joint FCC proposition that opens the door to sharing C-band spectrum with mobile operators. Looking back to our 2007 SEOTY award winners explains some of the history behind the strong response to the proposal... Savi has launched its new Ocean ETA capability, bringing live streaming tracking and Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) for land-to-sea shipments. The service combines mobile and satellite communications to deliver location and condition of in-transit goods. According to Savi, its machine intelligence constantly compares data sources to track transitions from land to sea and alerts […] Nearly a month after Hurricane Maria decimated Puerto Rico’s already frail infrastructure, 76 percent of total cell sites still remain out of service, according to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The U.S. government’s response to the situation, as well as comments made by President Trump, have been largely controversial — but organizations such as the […] Hughes Network Systems announced that it will offer its telecommunications products and services under the General Service Administration’s (GSA) Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions (EIS) contract to Level 3 Communications. As a sub-contractor to Level 3, Hughes is offering the suite of HughesOn Managed Network Services for multi-site agencies and departments. According to the company, the portfolio […] Startup CubeSat developer EnduroSat, headquartered in Sofia, Bulgaria, has placed an initial order for Orbit’s 4.5-meter Gaia 100 system to serve as the foundation for its satellite-tracking ground stations. Orbit expects to deliver the system, which includes installation and support, in the first quarter of 2018. Gaia 100 is a small-footprint series of remote sensing […]
SENSE Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was SENSE founded?
SENSE was founded in 2014.
Where is SENSE's headquarters?
SENSE's headquarters is located at 7, Rival Street, Tel Aviv.
What is SENSE's latest funding round?
SENSE's latest funding round is Seed.
How much did SENSE raise?
SENSE raised a total of $120K.
Who are the investors of SENSE?
Investors of SENSE include Stockholm Techstars Accelerator and Wadi Ventures.
Who are SENSE's competitors?
Competitors of SENSE include Braincube and 5 more.
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