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Spacecrafts Made Simple With Telegraf, InfluxDB Cloud and Google Cloud

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Sponsored by influxdata


Wednesday, October 6, 2021
3 p.m. ET

Today, access to space requires custom engineering, high costs, unpredictable schedule delays and increased risk. Loft Orbital is changing that.

Loft Orbital flies and operates customer payloads on their microsatellites as-a-service. Companies turn to Loft Orbital when they want to focus on their end-use; Loft Orbital operates their satellites using its mission-agnostic, flexible operating system and interfacing technology. Loft Orbital’s Payload Hub technology provides clients with a modular payload adapter which can fly any payload on identical, commodity satellite buses it keeps in inventory while Cockpit, its mission control system, is used to operate all customer missions as a single constellation. By standardizing this technology, Loft Orbital has been able to deliver unparalleled speed-to-space without sacrificing reliability. Discover how Loft Orbital uses Telegraf, InfluxDB Cloud and Google Cloud to collect and store IoT sensor data from their equipment — including spacecrafts!

In this webinar, Caleb MacLachlan will dive into:

  • Loft Orbital’s approach to QA-ing their code and enabling better performance monitoring
  • Their methodology for monitoring infrastructure, including servers and containers
  • How a time-series platform empowers long-term trend analysis
Caleb MacLachlan
Sr. Spacecraft Operations Software Engineer - Loft Orbital
Caleb is a space junkie and a veteran of five space startups. His expertise is in designing and building high performance command and control systems for labs, satellites, and launch vehicles, primarily in Python. He has been using InfluxDB as a key building block for these systems for the last few years. Caleb is a graduate of the Astronautics program at the United States Air Force Academy.
Caleb lives in San Francisco, and enjoys snowboarding and sea kayaking when off duty.

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