Commercializing space needs more than launch capabilities and satellite communications. Today’s satellites are not designed to handle the huge amounts of space-born data. An in-orbit data infrastructure is necessary to drive growth and space commercialization. OrbitsEdge’s core mission is to provide the missing piece, an in-orbit virtualized data infrastructure at the edge of space, that’s agile and adapts to new demands turning data into actionable insights.
OrbitsEdge proprietary Edge10™ radiation shielding and thermal management system protects high performance Edge computing hardware and software design on Earth from the harsh environment of space.
Modern hardware means the most modern software, and that means AI for modern times.
OrbitsEdge is lowering the barrier to entry for commercialization of space
A vital component to the commercialization of space is high performance computing / micro datacenter in space.
NASA has selected OrbitsEdge to participate as finalists in the 2020 NASA iTech Cycle II forum. The forum, which will be held virtually Oct. 15-16, is the culmination of NASA iTech’s search for dual-use technologies from entrepreneurs in 2020.