The NGA Accelerator Powered by Capital Innovators recently selected eight companies from more than 208 applicants to participate in the second cohort of its geospatial accelerator program. The St. Louis-based accelerator will launch on September 28, 2021, and is enabled through a Partnership Intermediary Agreement between the Missouri Technology Corporation (MTC) and the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA). NGA’s Moonshot Labs will host the accelerator cohort for in person collaboration and …
SpaceWERX officially lifted off Aug. 19 during the virtual Space Force Pitch Day. The event closed with 19 small businesses securing Phase II Small Business Innovation Research contracts to advance their cutting-edge space technologies.
The newly launched SpaceWERX will play a vital role in pursuing innovative technologies for the U.S. Space Force. It will operate as part of AFWERX, the Department of the Air Force’s innovation arm.
Of 24 companies that competed at the Space Force Pitch Day, 19 were selected for SBIR Phase 2 awards
WASHINGTON — At a virtual pitch event Aug. 19, the U.S. Space Force selected 19 companies that each will receive $1.7 million Small Business Innovation Research Phase 2 contracts.
The ‘Space Force Pitch Day’ marked the launch of SpaceWERX, a new industry outreach organization funded by the Space Force and the …
Cognitive Space will use AWS Cloud solutions to develop and operate its suite of AI-powered services for satellite mission operations, collection planning, and capacity forecasting.
Cognitive Space today announced it has been selected to participate in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Space Accelerator, a business support program for startups seeking to use AWS to help solve the biggest challenges in the space industry. This opportunity will support Cognitive Space efforts …
The companies selected are Cognitive Space, D-Orbit, Descartes Labs, Edgybees, HawkEye 360, LeoLabs, Lunar Outpost, Orbital Sidekick, Satellite VU and Ursa Space
After nearly two months of evaluations, Amazon Web Services and its venture capital partner have selected 10 startup space companies to participate in a four-week accelerator program focused on cloud computing and analytics technologies.
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has selected a crop of space startups for a new program called the AWS Space Accelerator, in collaboration with space investor firm Seraphim. The companies selected span a broad range of space capabilities: Cognitive Space, D-Orbit, Descartes Labs, Edgybees, Hawkeye 360, LeoLabs, Lunar Outpost, Orbital Sidekick, Satellite VU, and Ursa Space.
The winners of the inaugural International Space Pitch Day were today announced marking several world firsts.
Ten tech start-ups successfully secured same-day contracts worth up to £53,000 ($66,000) to fast-track the development of their innovations after pitching direct to UK, US and NATO military leaders.
Aventure capital firm co-located in Houston and Austin has announced a recent closing of a $20 million fund.
SpaceFund has raised $9 million toward its its $20 million BlastOff Fund as of this week — surpassing its initial first close goal of $5 million.
NASA’s Science Mission Directorate has awarded prize funding of $100,000 each to six entrepreneurial startup companies under its pilot Entrepreneur’s Challenge program for concepts ranging from machine learning to enable exploration and other technologies to new ways to build instruments to study the universe.
NASA partnered with Starburst, the global aerospace hub, to jointly launch a pilot program to engage entrepreneurs.