CSIRO’s Data61 collaborates with Radiant.Earth on disaster management research CSIRO’s innovation network Data61 is partnering with US-based non-profit geospatial and imagery technology platform Radiant.Earth to develop joint research into satellite imagery and earth observation…
Kacific selects SpaceX to launch satellite Broadband satellite operator Kacific has selected SpaceX to launch its Kacific-1 satellite which is being built by Boeing.
HPE sent a supercomputer to space on SpaceX rocket to accelerate Mars mission HPE and SpaceX have launched HPE’s Spaceborne supercomputer into space this month aboard the SpaceX Dragon Spacecraft as part of a year-long experiment to test…
Sky and Space Global seals first commercial contract ASX-listed global satellite provider Sky and Space Global and Sat-Space Africa have signed a binding commercial contract for provision of narrow-band services, following the initial…
Australian GPS technology used aboard US cube satellite Australian GPS technology, developed by the University of New South Wales in partnership with the Defence Science and Technology Group, has been used on the…
Iridium launches 10 satellites into low-earth space orbit US-based satellite company Iridium has successfully launched a payload of 10 satellites into low-Earth orbit an hour after a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket lifted off…
Nano-satellites readied for launch Australia-listed Sky and Space Global has successfully integrated its Three Diamonds nano-satellites into the launch pod of Innovative Space Logistics in the Netherlands.
Aussie satellites blasted into space on research mission Three Australian research satellites, including two built at the University of NSW, were launched on a resupply mission to the International Space Station in the…
Positioning technology trials for spatial industry Geoscience Australia and the Co-operative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) are jointly investing around $400,000 on a user trial and testing of a Satellite-Based…

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