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Wallaroo.AI Joins US Space Force SDA TAP Lab Apollo Accelerator Program
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Wallaroo.AI Joins US Space Force SDA TAP Lab Apollo Accelerator Program
by Clarence Oxford
Los Angeles CA (SPX) May 31, 2024

Wallaroo.AI, a company specializing in scalable AI inference solutions, has been selected for the US Space Force (USSF) SDA TAP Lab Apollo Accelerator program in Colorado Springs. Wallaroo.AI, a two-time SpaceWERX Orbital Prime awardee, continues to lead in technological innovation aimed at enhancing the security and functionality of aerospace and defense systems for the United States, its allies, and commercial partners.

The SDA TAP Lab focuses on ensuring space superiority missions succeed by rapidly integrating advanced technologies to address critical gaps. The lab prioritizes needs with space operators, maps these needs to innovative technologies, and swiftly integrates them onto existing USSF platforms. The program collaborates with industry partners to deliver practical solutions that can be quickly operationalized, reinforcing the security and resilience of space assets.

"We are thrilled to welcome Wallaroo.AI to Cohort 3 of the Apollo Accelerator program," said Major Sean Allen, Chief of the SDA TAP Lab. "Wallaroo.AI's technologies are accelerating small businesses breaking into the SDA market by streamlining machine learning ops...a great benefit for leveraging the small but mighty pool of talent helping protect and defend space assets from attack."

Wallaroo.AI Role and Contribution
Wallaroo.AI offers a cutting-edge AI and machine learning platform designed to deploy, manage, and monitor AI models at scale, particularly in extreme edge scenarios such as space. This capability is essential for advancing the SDA TAP Lab's mission to automate prediction, detection, tracking, identification, warning, characterization, and attribution of threats to space systems efficiently. By joining the Apollo Accelerator program's Cohort 3, Wallaroo.AI will use its robust AI infrastructure to develop innovative solutions for SDA-related applications.

"Wallaroo.AI's technology is ideally suited to meet the challenges of space domain awareness, and we are excited to collaborate with the SDA, industry leaders, and academic partners to safeguard space assets," said Vid Jain, CEO of Wallaroo.AI. "This program aligns perfectly with our mission to deliver AI solutions that have real-world impact. We are honored to be part of the SDA TAP Lab Apollo Accelerator program."

The participation of Wallaroo.AI in the accelerator program highlights the strategic importance of AI in the defense and space sectors. The SDA TAP Lab's approach to rapidly integrating and operationalizing advanced technologies ensures that the U.S. and its allies maintain a competitive edge in space.

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