Unibap receives order from Thales Alenia Space
by Staff Writers
Stockholm, Sweden (SPX) Jan 18, 2023
Unibap AB (publ) has received an order from Thales Alenia Space to provide SpaceCloud solution for technology development targeting use on future satellite missions. The order value is KEUR 182.
Thales Alenia Space in Italy has placed a contract with Unibap to use SpaceCloud infrastructure to develop a next generation on-orbit processing solution for future satellite missions. Thales Alenia Space, a joint venture between Thales 67% and Leonardo 33%, will utilize Unibap's solutions in the mission design process to enable use of SpaceCloud features.
"I am enthusiastic to make this announcement as it represents yet another significant order from the European space market and allow more users to integrate SpaceCloud technology into future satellite missions. We can now see the benefits as our solution is proven in space and truly offers a competitive advantage in the space market. Our customers can leverage the growing ecosystem of software and solutions, says Johan Aman, CEO at Unibap.
"Unibap SpaceCloud is a very promising technology to implement and unblock on-board processing with a special focus on HPC and more in general to implement Edge and Cloud solutions for our future Satellite Observation and Navigation missions.
The collaboration aims to develop and test in our Prototyping Labs an on-board AI powered solution for future SAR Observation missions, says Giampiero Di Paolo, Director of Domain Observation and Navigation Italy at Thales Alenia Space.
UAE and AWS sign agreement to support long-term growth in the region's space ecosystem
Washington DC (SPX) Dec 09, 2022
The United Arab Emirates Space Agency and Amazon Web Services (AWS) have signed a Statement of Strategic Intent and Cooperation that is designed to support the creation of a vibrant, sustainable, competitive, and innovative space sector in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The United Arab Emirates Space Agency is responsible for the development of policies, strategies, and places related to the space sector. The Space Agency works closely with research institutes, industry, and fellow government age ... read more
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