Peraton Keeps Satellites Safe And Effective

Peraton provides command and control SIGINT solutions for satellites, ground systems, and information systems on a global scale.


Peraton drives missions of consequence spanning the globe and extending to the farthest reaches of the galaxy. As the world’s leading mission capability integrator and transformative enterprise IT provider, we deliver trusted and highly differentiated national security solutions and technologies that keep people safe and secure. Every day, our employees do what can’t be done, solving the most daunting challenges facing our customers.

Peraton’s relevant capabilities and expertise include:

  • We design GEOINT communications networks using best-in-class systems, software, tools, and sustainment engineering processes. Our trained engineering experts can simplify complex communications challenges and deliver integrated communications networks. Our situational awareness capabilities prevent satellite damage by identifying space objects, understanding their orbits, and detecting and characterizing suspicious maneuvers.
  • Need to connect halfway across the world? We provide command and control SIGINT solutions for satellites, ground systems, and information systems on a global scale. We manage both government and commercial ground terminals integrated with a worldwide data network to transport commands, telemetry, and mission data between remote ground terminals and satellite mission control centers.
  • As a tested provider of mission planning and management, we’ve evolved with – and even stay ahead – of industry standards. We use on-premise and cloud-based telemetry, command, and scripting, ensuring that whether you command a single satellite, a constellation, or a fleet of cubesats, you can trust that Peraton will keep your satellites safe, resilient, and effective.

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