KSAT and Addvalue join forces to enhance Spacecraft to Ground communication services

KSAT and Addvalue have entered into a collaboration agreement to work closely together to provide enhanced communications services in support of small low orbiting satellite operations.

KSAT GMS - A strategic partnership to provide ground motion monitoring services

KSAT, Norut, and PPO.labs have entered a strategic partnership to establish operational services of spaceborne radar technology to provide ground motion monitoring services.

ICEYE Announces Agreement with KSAT for Maritime and Ice Monitoring Data

Finnish SAR satellite manufacturer to support Norwegian provider of ground station and earth observation services with access to the world’s first SAR microsatellite in orbit.

Arctic Space

Norwegian minister of Trade and Industry, Torbjørn Røe Isaksen, visited Kongsberg Satellite Services’ ground station at Svalbard and highlighted the strategic importance of the station, both for Svalbard as a community and for Norway.

KSAT opens new office in Silicon Valley

KSAT, the world leading provider of satellite ground stations and Kongsberg Group has opened a permanent office in the Silicon Valley to be even closer to the fast growing New Space industry. By establishing an office in Silicon Valley, the Norwegian company is aiming to provide faster and more closely integrated support on the KSAT ground solutions optimized for constellations of small satellites.

Satellite imagery over Greenland for improved ice monitoring

The Danish Meteorological Institute (DMI) ice service has from November 1st based their in-shore ice charting around Cape Farewell in the southern part of Greenland on satellite imagery from Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT).

50 years of Satellite data

Since the first space industry establishment in Tromsø in 1967 for research related activities, Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) has grown to become a world leading and global commercial provider of satellite tracking and control, launch support and data reception.

Earth-i to use KSAT to Receive First Commercial Full-Colour Video From Space

British ‘New Space’ pioneer Earth-i today provided another update about its progress in building the first constellation in the world to provide full-colour video – and the first European-owned commercial constellation able to provide both video and still images. In addition, Earth-i has chosen KSAT to provide ground network services for its new Earth Observation (EO) constellation.

JPSS-1 Launch - it all started more than 20 years ago

In 1995 a team from NASA came to Svalbard Norway in quest of an ideal location to establish a ground station for polar orbiting satellites. NASA had just embarked on the prestigious project, ‘’Mission to Planet Earth’’. A series of satellites, later called the NASA A-team, was about to be launched, and they needed a ground segment especially designed to efficiently receive data from polar orbiting satellites. At the same time, the predecessor of Kongsberg Satellite Service, (KSAT) was about to establish a new ground station at the very same Archipelago.


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