HEO announces the establishment of its United States of America office, HEO (USA)
To unravel in-orbit mysteries and monitor existing satellites in unique orbits, HEO's Adler is set to revolutionise our understanding of spacecraft.
Sidus Space will incorporate HEO’s Holmes Imager as a hosted payload on the second set of LizzieSat missions.
A ground-breaking project supported by the Defence and Security Accelerator (DASA)’s “Bravo Drop” open call and carried out by Astroscale, HEO, and the Cranfield University, has delivered new innovations in the field of space-to-space imagery.
Holmes Imager is a telescopic space camera developed by HEO Robotics and designed to be hosted as a secondary payload on spacecraft.
HEO Unveils Groundbreaking Advancements to Non-Earth Imaging at T-Minus Event, Secures $12 Million AUD Funding Led by Airtree Ventures
The proliferation of space debris, the increasing complexity of space operations, the emergence of large constellations and the increased risks of collision and interference with the operation of space objects may affect the long-term sustainability of space activities.
HEO Robotics, a leading provider of satellite-to-satellite imagery intelligence and data, has announced its participation in Satellite Vu's Early Access Programme (EAP).
We launched our hardware-backed software product, HEO Inspect, expanded our partnerships, discovered the unknowns, and grew our team.
This week HEO Robotics released a White Paper identifying a previously unidentified object known only to the western world as ‘2021-033K’ or ‘Object K’ as space debris, likely a half of a payload fairing of a Long March 6 rocket
The future of space software is here.
Dr. Jill Seubert is a consultant for HEO Robotics as a technical advisor for advanced deep space projects
HEO Robotics has been funded by Y Combinator as part of the S21 batch
This seed financing capital will be used to grow the world’s first in-orbit inspection product, HEO Inspect
HEO Robotics has partnered with Australian in-space transportation provider Space Machines Company (SMC) to launch an on-orbit inspection camera in 2022
HEO was awarded as the space category winner of the 2020 Australian Technologies Competition
At HEO Robotics, we are using Earth observation satellites to image other spacecraft to perform health checks
HEO Robotics (based in Sydney, Australia) was created to visit, and collect data on, as many asteroids as possible.
HEO Robotics CEO, Dr. William Crowe, is one of just three entrepreneurs selected by SGAC and the Luxembourg Space Agency to present a TED-style talk at the SpaceGen Entrepreneurs panel at IAC 2019
The Asteroid Century mission concept developed by HEO Robotics has been selected by CSIRO as one of the contenders for Australia's next flagship space mission
HEO Robotics is committed to driving the next generation of strategic Space Situational Awareness from the high ground
HEO Robotics and ACSER are proud to be partnering together to develop navigation solutions for cubesats.
HEO Robotics recently released an asteroid alert service for students, ametuer astronomers and anyone who’s curious about space
UNSW Michael Crouch Innovation Centre’s inaugural startup accelerator program, Founder 10X, came to a conclusion last week
Taking part in Blackbox Connect will allow HEO Robotics to strengthen their partnerships with US based customer and investor network
HEO Robotics becomes a part of UNSW’s inaugural startup accelerator program, Founder 10X
HEO Robotics recently received the Minimum Viable Product (MVP) grant from New South Wales Department of Industry