Titan Aerospace is developing a fleet of revolutionary atmospheric satellites or atmosats. Flying at 60,000 to 65,000 feet, these solar-powered UAVs enable Titan to offer low-cost, reliable and persistent communication and imaging services. Current UAVs provide short-duration services due to inherent limitations of fuel and weather-constrained flight. Titan’s solar-powered atmosats can fly perpetually up to five years above the weather. Unlike traditional orbiting satellites, which cost upwards of $1.0B to design, outfit, launch, and operate, Titan can outfit its atmosats with a 70 lb+ payload, and launch and be operational within days and at a fraction of the cost. As battery technologies, communications technologies and imaging technologies improve, Titan can land, upgrade and relaunch each of its atmosats thereby ensuring the most effective payload services. Titan’s atmosats merge the flexibility and lower cost of UAVs with persistent services of traditional satellites.