Capella Space lead executive Payma Banazadeh has ventured into his satellite imaging Silicon Valley company that utilizes technology to offer SAR for imaging the surface of the earth regardless of any weather or time situations. SAR satellites provide an impressive ability that allows the emission and creation of its wine energy reflected on the earth’s surface.
After graduating from Texas University and attaining an Aerospace Engineering degree of Magna Cum Laude, he received in 2012 an award of Texas Outstanding Scholar and Leader because of his superiority and exceptional performance in academics and leadership. While in the university, Payam helped in inspiring and educating students of STEM. He repeatedly promoted agency tenure with the Lead Project System Engineer agency.
Payam received an award of a NASA Mariner at the agency, which was due to his leadership in his mission that generated two projects of multi-million-dollar revenue. He also acquired an outstanding performance award from NASA Discovery due to his ability to formulate great and fresh projects and concepts for NASA.
When he left NASA, Payam joined Stanford University through an NSF sponsorship, where he achieved a business degree. Together with William Woods, they founded their company, Capella Space which was meant to offer services on planet monitoring via space and give transparent data based on various industries. The creativity of the firm instigated partial inspiration after Flight 370 Malaysian Airlines disappeared. Payam and his partner agreed they would use modern technology to investigate the flights’ disappearance.
Capella has earned its spot in satellite monitoring works, and recently it launched a first planned satellite constellation that monitors the earth called Sequoia. It is proof of the company serving its unique concepts related to detailed data provided on the earth’s activities on its surface. Images had begun being beamed from the satellite as seen at Capella’s headquarters. The Amazon rainforest look was also noticed together with the El Salvador Volcano of Santa Ana and Dubai’s Palm Jumeirah.