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Slingshot Aerospace has secured a $2 million contract with the U.S. Space Force to develop an analytics platform for identifying ground-based electronic interference based on satellite-gathered location data, Space News reported Thursday. The company will prototype a technology that uses GPS data from low-Earth-orbit constellations to detect and mitigate GPS and radio-frequency sources threatening U.S. […] More

Slingshot Aerospace has received a $1.5M Small Business Innovation Research contract from the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center and another $1.5M in funds from venture capital firms ATX Venture Partners and Revolution's Rise of the Rest Seed Fund to accelerate the development and deployment of an artificial intelligence-based platform. Slingshot EDGE is designed to help warfighters glean insights from data using AI and provide them situational awareness capability in order to facilitate the decision-making process on the battlefield, the company said Thursday.


The defense agencies of the U.S. and U.K. have named 10 start-ups from both countries and other allies who will work to deliver technologies in support of militaries' space domain missions. The U.K. government said Tuesday that innovators were selected through the International Space Pitch Day and were provided with up to $66K contracts to streamline the development of their proposals.

Deloitte and Dcode have announced the conclusion of a seven-week program to help six space industry startups market their technology platforms to U.S. government agencies. More than 100 government and industry leaders took part in the Space 2.0 Accelerator program in Washington, D.C., to help connect the U.S. Air Force, NASA and other agencies to […] More
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