After working on AlbertaSat's first cube satellite Ex-Alta 1, co-founders Chris, Kristen, and Callie were hard-set on bringing the space industry to Alberta.
After finding the missing piece in Kurtis, Wyvern was founded with a big idea: what if we could find a way to increase the aperture size of an imaging satellite on-orbit? How would this impact farmers in Canada?
The answer: in a big way.
Wyvern’s DragonEye payload will provide higher-quality imaging than would typically be possible from a cube satellite.
Combining DragonEye with a hyperspectral imager and launching a constellation of satellites allows us to deliver the exact data farmers need for actionable insights about their crops.
Wyvern envisions a future where Earth observation satellite intelligence is so integrated into workflows and decision making that the user won’t even know the satellites are there. In this future, a constellation of hyperspectral satellites orbits Earth, each flying DragonEye.
Each satellite is capable of performing on-board image processing and analytics, such that useful information is streamed directly to a user's device.