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Aptima-Owned Small Business to Refine Air Force Crew Safety Monitoring Tech

Aptima

An Ohio-based startup company of Aptima will further develop technology the Air Force Research Laboratory designed to monitor the safety of aircraft maintainers who work in tight spaces. AFRL said Friday its 711th Human Performance Wing transitioned the Confined Space Monitoring System prototype to Sentinel Operational Security for final development, demonstration and potential commercialization under the Small Business Innovation Research program.

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Veritone Gets AWS Competency Status for Public Safety AI Tech

Artificial Intelligence

Veritone has attained a designation from Amazon Web Services that represents the company's performance under the AWS Technology Partner initiative as a provider of public safety technologies equipped with artificial intelligence. Veritone said Friday it now holds the AWS Public Safety and Disaster Response Competency status in recognition of AWS-powered technologies that support public safety missions.

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Updated Dragon Spacecraft Launches With New Scientific Samples

Dragon SpaceX

The SpaceX Dragon spacecraft that NASA launched Sunday from the Kennedy Space Center in Florida for the company's 21st commercial resupply mission is expected to arrive at the International Space Station on Monday around 1:30 p.m. EST. The updated Dragon flew with over 6.4K pounds of cargo for the station aboard a Falcon 9 rocket and will demonstrate SpaceX's first autonomous docking with the ISS, NASA said Monday.

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