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Numerica has been awarded a contract to provide satellite tracking services and space situational awareness data to the U.S. Air Force. The company said Friday it will provide the Air Force Research Laboratory with a data feed of information from a global telescope network to support the service branch's operations and research-and-development efforts in the space domain.

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Numerica has received a contract from the General Services Administration for a platform to support government agencies’ criminal investigations. The Information Technology Schedule 70 contract from GSA will provide federal, state and local government agencies access to Numerica’s Lumen platform suite through the GSA Advantage electronic online ordering system, the company said Monday. The Lumen suite […] More
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has started using a new weather forecast computer model that updates hourly every hour to see 18 hours ahead, NOAA announced Tuesday.  Rapid Refresh was developed by the agency’s Boulder, Colo-based Earth system research lab and its National Centers for Environment Prediction in Camp Springs, Md. Weather updates will play […] More
Slingshot Aerospace has raised $40.9 million in a series A2 funding round and secured a venture loan from Horizon Technology Finance to support product commercialization and global expansion initiatives. Sway Ventures led the investment activity and was joined by Lockheed Martin‘s venture arm, ATX Venture Partners, C16 Ventures, Valor Equity Partners and Draper Associates, Slingshot […] More
A National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration agency awarded a total of $13.8 million to seven companies and two NASA-run centers to explore emerging technologies that can support observation work in the space domain. NOAA said Thursday the grants were based on three broad agency announcements originally announced in April as part of the Joint Venture […] More
Spire Global has booked a $9.9 million order from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration to deliver commercial radio occultation satellite weather data to the agency in support of the National Environmental Satellite Data and Information Service. The fifth and final delivery order was awarded under an existing indefinite-delivery/indefinite-quantity contract for purchasing vertical atmospheric temperature […] More
Clint Crosier, director of aerospace and satellite solutions at Amazon Web Services, said AWS is introducing cloud computing tools and other technologies to meet the space industry’s need for data processing capabilities, SiliconANGLE Media reported Wednesday. “Decision-makers need to make real-time decisions,” Crosier, a retired U.S. Air Force major general, told the publication in an […] More
Spire Global will provide weather forecasts at 10 aerostat sites under a potential five-year subcontract with TCOM. The numerical weather prediction subcontract includes notification alerts for TCOM aerostat site operators, weather training for site managers and a contact center providing weather information, Spire said Monday. Spire operates a constellation of over 100 satellites offering weather […] More
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has selected Epirus to develop software algorithms, source code and artificial intelligence models that can help operators detect electromagnetic threats in a matter of minutes. Epirus said Friday it will work with Georgia Tech Research Corp. on three phases under DARPA’s Waveform Agile Radio-frequency Directed Energy Rapid Assessment and […] More
Government contracting can be a never-ending opportunity for your company, whether you have a large or a small business. The Small Business Administration (SBA) claims that the federal government spent 132.9 billion dollars in the fiscal year 2019 on small business government contracting opportunities. Based on the public law 85 – 536 or the so-called Small […] More
Weather intelligence company Tomorrow.io will deploy radar-equipped weather satellites under a $19.3 million contract from the U.S. Air Force. A constellation of 32 small satellites will be launched to provide 3D data on precipitation and other weather and ocean observations from across the globe, Tomorrow.io said Thursday. The company will deliver spaceborne radar data-as-a-service for […] More
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