Accern is a data design startup that offers predictive news analytics solutions to companies as a way to drive intelligent data decisions. Each day, the company watches billions of websites on Public Equities, Commodities, Forex, and Cryptocurrencies, to extract a multitude of insights per story, and crafts tailored predictive news analytics solutions for their clients
W.B. Walton Enterprises develops and builds a line of equipment that stops ice and snow from accumulating on satellite earth station antennas and is the leading satellite company for offering quality products, which protect earth stations during poor weather conditions. Asgardia is always interested in researching and promoting startup companies that could help them further
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TrafficSense monitors population movements in all transportation modes and offers state of the art data and tools to best manage and optimize traffic and transportation for the entire metro area. TrafficSense links to the main switching centers of the mobile network and tracks all active phones in real time, anonymously and passively, to the exact
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A satellite that cleans up space junk by capturing it with a net, has had its first successful test by ensnaring a target probe 300 kilometres above Earth
When we think of satellites we often think of television or GPS. However, there are many satellites out in space that are working to make our world a better place. For today’s theme we take a look at four interesting satellites and the work they’re doing:
California is worried that because the current White House doesn’t accept climate science NASA could be forced to switch off climate probes under pressure from President Trump. Thus, in a speech at the Global Climate Action Summit held in San Francisco that drew an estimated 4,000 people from around the world, Governor Jerry Brown stated
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NASA’s Ice, Cloud and Land Elevation Satellite, it’s newest Earth-orbiting satellite known as ICESat-2 for short will employ laser technology to measure minute changes in the planet’s solar ice sheets. The data will assist climate scientists in understanding just how rapidly that ice is melting as global temperatures increase. As Asgardia strives to protect the
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In May, Kenya launched its first nanosatellite and established the country’s position as an elite innovator in Africa at the centre of cutting-edge technology. The nanosatellite, which measures 10 cubic centimetres is the first outer space object registered by Kenya. The craft carries two commercial cameras and experimental web audio upload and broadcast, able to
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