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On 27 November 2023, the ESA Commercialisation Days: Transportation event will take place. Key actors from the transportation and space sectors will come together to develop new synergies. Read the story below from Awake.Ai, one of the start-ups that...
On 27 November 2023, the ESA Commercialisation Days: Transportation event will take place. Key actors from the transportation and space sectors will come together to develop new synergies. Read the story below from EV8 Technologies, one of the start-ups...
The National Physical Laboratory (NPL) of the United Kingdom has announced a partnership with OneWeb to collaborate on Position, Timing, and Navigation (PNT) capabilities for the company's second-generation satellite constellation. NPL, which is the national measurement standards laboratory of...
On 27 November 2023, the ESA Commercialisation Days: Transportation event will take place. Key actors from the transportation and space sectors will come together to develop new synergies. Read the story below from Rail-Flow one of the start-ups that...
The Space Development Agency (SDA) has recently announced its solicitation for 100 satellites for the Proliferated Warfighter Space Architecture (PWSA). The SDA is seeking industry proposals for 100 "Alpha" satellites that will be part of the Tranche 2 Transport...
Bremen startup “Flucto” uses location and time data from Galileo GNSS to make the installation of offshore wind farms easier, faster and safer. Now in its third year, the company has just graduated from the ESA BIC incubation programme...
Celestia UK has announced that it has won an €800,000 ESA NAVSIP (Navigation, Innovation and Support Programme) contract to develop an innovative PNT solution based on LEO satellite constellations for 5G networks and applications, that will boost the reliability...
Global navigation pathfinder mission, built in the UK, has been added to the flight manifest from Spaceport Cornwall later this year. In what will be a mission of firsts, Virgin Orbit (Nasdaq: VORB), a leading launch provider, announced today that...
Space is getting congested – tens of thousands more satellites are expected to launch into low Earth orbit within the next decade. With this exponential growth in telecommunications comes a concern for potentially devastating collisions between operational and defunct...
Arianespace will launch the first two satellites in 2022, leading to the Full Operational Capability of Galileo open service. Then, three successive launches on Ariane 62 in 2023, 2024 and 2025, will finalize the launch of the first generation...