Constellation for Government
We aim to be the standard across all agencies in the Federal Government for how these agencies securely use and send data.
Key Applications in Government
Secure classified and unclassified data transmissions between connected systems.
Prevent spoofing corruption of incoming data streams for mission execution and planning.
Aggregate and validate data from both large, legacy and emerging systems so that it can be made interoperable.
Curate data so it can be rendered dynamically to each user at the level of fidelity and resolution required.
Exponential Data Coming Online
The Federal Government is dealing with rampant amounts of data and have invested heavily into existing data management solutions and systems. These centralized systems are too expensive and not fast enough to process, validate and manage the volumes of data required for making quick decisions in the field without significant security risks.
There are growing needs to create an evolved data strategy specifically around Multi-Domain Command and Control (MDC2) to interoperate legacy system data and cloud infrastructure data.
Our objective is to offer the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security an easy to integrate developer tool that will enable these systems to instantaneously process, validate and secure data as it is being created and communicated across networks. We are creating a global standard for data in-transit and use.
By decentralizing the processing and validation required for systems to communicate across networks, it is possible to significantly increase speed while also increasing security.
“Centralized systems are too expensive and not fast enough to process, validate and manage the volumes of data required for making quick decisions in the field without significant security risks.”
– Baseline Requirements For Government & Military Encryption Algorithms, Harris Corporation
Communicate Securely From Ground, Air and Space
Constellation plays a mission critical role in securing the infrastructure used for communication and data orchestration from the ground up.
National Science Foundation Interview
Doug Maughan is the Office Head for the Convergence Accelerator at the National Science Foundation (NSF). Doug has worked with the Federal Government for 32 years. Before the NSF Doug worked at the National Security Agency and also at the Department of Homeland Security. He has been funding research, mostly in the area of cyber security, for 30 years.
Ben Jorgensen, CEO of Constellation Network, sat down with Doug to ask some questions about his work, the progression of innovative technology and how Constellation can fit in.
Key Focus Areas of Impact
Mobility & Ground Infrastructure
Drone & Mesh Networks
Satellite Security & Communications
Command & Control orchestration
Edge Procurement using Crypto
USAF Letter of Support
“The unique Constellation Blockchain for Big Data technology has significant potential to help Air Force cyber security and the 618 Air Operations Center (AOC) with commercial partners mission transaction interactions verifications by mitigating security risks of attack points like servers, cloud storage and centrally hosted access control systems that are either exposed to hacking and/or spoofing activities.
The foreseeable result would successfully thwart spoofing attacks from intercepting and replacing an existing data stream with a data stream from a hostile agent or adds fraudulent information to the existing data stream.”
618th Air Communications Squadron Commander
Air Mobility Command, Air Operations Center
Work With Us
Constellation team members include distributed systems engineers, blockchain architects, past NASA, Google, Oracle and SalesForce software engineers, and Silicon Valley veterans with a focus on Enterprise go-to-market.
USAF / SBIR 19.2 Phase 1
Air Mobility Command: Letter of Support
Secretary of Defense: Letter of Support
USTRANSCOM: Letter of Support
Co-Founder & CSO