BAE Systems Digital Intelligence was launched at the beginning of 2022, bringing together digital capabilities from across the BAE Systems Group. Digital Intelligence comprises the whole of Applied Intelligence, including In-Space Missions; Defence Information and PPM (Pulse Power and Measurement) from BAE Systems Air; the data consulting team within CORDA from BAE Systems Shared Services; and Digital Services and Techmodal, from BAE Systems Maritime Services.
Digital Intelligence collects, connects and understands complex data, so that our customers can make decisions and act quickly in the most demanding environments. Working in partnership with us, organisations including governments, nation states, armed forces and commercial businesses can maximise their technological achievements to tackle the evolving challenges of the digital age.
In total the company comprises over 4,500 experts who deliver a full spectrum of digital, data, cyber and intelligence capabilities. Together with our customers we build a lasting advantage to protect people and society from harm.
Acquisition of In-Space Missions, a UK company that designs, builds and operates satellites and satellite systems. In-Space Missions was founded in 2015 and is based in Hampshire with more than 30 employees. It specialises in offering space services for activities covering earth observation, satellite communications, navigation, and space science and exploration.
The acquisition combines BAE Systems’ experience in highly secure satellite communications with In-Space Missions’ full lifecycle satellite capability, to make a compelling sovereign UK space offer.
Following the development and internal incubation of an early stage cyber security venture, we launched and span out SOC.OS as a new business, a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) based security alert investigation and triage tool. The move saw SOC.OS gain £2million in funding from two top-tier cyber and deep tech venture capital partners, Hoxton Ventures and Speedinvest.