The multilateral and neutral space traffic coordination platform

Spacetalk ensures the viability of Outer Space activities by providing a
collaborative communication platform where all space actors worldwide can
share their orbital data.

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collaborative platform

Communication and data platform for space actors worldwide

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Data exchange

Spacetalk enables the exchange of high-quality data among all space actors globally but does not provide collision analysis itself. This includes Space Situational Awareness data and Space Traffic Management entities details, empowering each actor to conduct its own assessments.

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Designated and responsive Points of Contact are assigned to each space object, streamlining direct coordination among space actors. This is implemented through a meticulously maintained Directory of space actors and Inventory of space objects, ensuring comprehensive and up-to-date information.

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Orbital Safety as a common need

Preventing collisions and mitigating space debris by pooling resources – such as space debris data, trajectory information, space object status, and manoeuvres intentions – that can be shared among all space stakeholders worldwide.

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The management of the platform remains neutral and transparent, emphasising the importance of fostering the broadest international dialogue without discrimination in order to target a 100% coverage of all space objects. Dynamic communication models with open interfaces enable each space actor to utilise its own standards and languages. Enhancing states’ visibility into the space activities of private actors within their responsibilities.


Collaboration with Debris-x

Collaboration with Debris-x

On March 12th, 2024, spacetalk and Debris-X signed a Memorandum of Understanding setting the first stone of a collaboration with Chinese space actors for the worldwide sharing of orbital data toward a sustainable use of Outer Space

World Economic Forum

World Economic Forum

spacetalk attended the 2024 World Economic Forum in Davos (Switzerland) upon invitation from Wisekey.

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Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)

Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS)

spacetalk presented the platform prototype to the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) on February 6th , 2024, in Vienna, Austria.

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EU Space Label

EU Space Label

spacetalk attended the conference on “Supporting Standardisation in the Field of Space Traffic Management – EU Space Label” on March 6th, 2024, in Bruxelles, Belgium


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Spacetalk SA is a company under Swiss law, based in Lausanne, Switzerland, and was founded in 2023.

It was established by a Space Law expert who serves as the company’s head. Spacetalk SA benefits from the guidance of an advisory board comprising experienced space professionals. The company’s founder is supported by an executive team of senior experts specializing in IT infrastructure strategy and engineering, digital design engineering, and lobbying and development.

Additionally, the company has forged strategic partnerships with experts in Space Situational Awareness (SSA), security, digital development, and communications.

Benjamin Guyot Spacetalk

Dr Benjamin Guyot


Lawyer admitted to the Geneva Bar and holds a Doctorate in Law from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. He is a specialist in Space Law with 15 years of experience working with the European Space Agency (ESA). During his tenure at ESA, he contributed to the development and operation of various launch systems, including Ariane 5, Ariane 6, Vega, and Vega-C. Additionally, he played a key role in providing launch services for ESA missions, such as CHEOPS, James Webb Space Telescope, JUICE, Euclid, SMILE, AEOLUS, EarthCARE, BIOMASS, ALTIUS, FLEX, Arctic Weather, IRIDE, CubeSat of FYS, and Proba 3. His expertise extends to missions of the European Union and the European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA), including Galileo, Copernicus, and IOD/IOV.

Elisabeth Tripod-Fatio Spacetalk

Elisabeth Tripod-Fatio

Strategy, governance and reputation building

Expert in public affairs and reputation management with over 25 years of experience in both the private and public sectors. Her areas of expertise encompass strategic thinking, lobbying, political communication, and crisis communication.
Elisabeth boasts an extensive global network within the economic, academic, and political sectors, making her a valuable resource for diverse and complex challenges.

Michel Fisher Spacetalk

Michel Fischer

IT infrastructure strategy & engineering

A seasoned manager and IT leader with over 20 years of experience, specializes in infrastructure engineering and the implementation of data management platforms in the banking and financial data sector. He is a builder of large-scale data centers and an expert in data integration. Michel excels in international team management and has a proven track record of optimizing IT production tools and reducing costs, achieving significant results.

Jérôme Bontron Spacetalk

Jérôme Bontron

Strategy and design engineering

Art director and serial entrepreneur, is the owner of a graphic design agency with over 30 years of experience. He specializes in visual identity, the creation of media platforms with seamless digital integration, content management, and mobile implementation. His extensive and prestigious international portfolio includes notable clients such as Solar Impulse, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and renowned media and luxury brands like Le Monde and Le Temps.

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Advisory Board

Emmanuelle David

Emmanuelle David

Emmanuelle David is the executive director of the eSpace at the EPFL Space Center at the Swiss Institute of Technology (EPFL) in Lausanne. eSpace is an interdisciplinary hub, working with students, academic institutions, international space agencies and industry partners...

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Thomas Schildknecht

Thomas Schildknecht

Prof. Dr Thomas Schildknecht is a leading expert on space debris, space safety and space sustainability. Under his leadership for more than 30 years, his research group has acquired a World-class expertise in the observation and the characterization of space debris...

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Claude Nicollier

Claude Nicollier

Claude Nicollier was born in Vevey, Switzerland, in 1944. He became an astrophysicist after
studies in physics in Lausanne and a Master in astrophysics at the university of Geneva. He also trained as a Swiss Air Force pilot and as an airline pilot...

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Michel Courtois

Michel Courtois

Michel Courtois, now retired, is Chairman of Association Toulouse les Orgues, (2011), (organisation of annual organ festival in Toulouse), Michel Courtois is member of Business Angels association: Capitole Angels, and has created his consultancy company for space engineering activities...

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