The video below is a presentation by Unibap from the 2021 satsearch webinar: "a guide to advanced data processing and AI for satellite missions". For more information about the webinar, and to see footage of the entire event, please click here here
Unibap offers a state-of-the-art, radiation tolerant, intelligent payload processing solutions for applications in space, utilizing AMD SoC GPU and CPU in combination with a SmartFusion2 FPGA to provide a powerful computing solution. The company's vision is to use innovative and world-leading Artificial Intelligence (AI) to employ automation solutions for a more effective and a more sustainable industry, both on Earth and in outer space. This is done by offering a fully integrated system for data processing and distribution, applying edge computing capabilities for better and more efficient use of data from space.
SpaceCloud is supported by the European Space Agency (ESA) and NASA for development and deployment of geospatial software tools developed on ground, in space. It is designed for users to develop and deploy in-house developed AI/ML algorithms in a containerized format to ease the development and deployment on ground and in space. This will enable a variety of 3rd party application developers to deploy and orchestrate AI/ML algorithms on SpaceCloud with minimal effort, and operators to have a full toolbox of AI/ML algorithms available for use post launch. Unibap also offers an engineering service to support partners for development of AI applications deployed on SpaceCloud.
Unibap's headquarters is located in Uppsala in Sweden, while working with the company's key distribution partner, Moog Inc., in the United States to provide intelligent computing solutions in space to interested partners.
SpaceCloud hardware has been on orbit since 2016.
Unibap core space offerings include:
- Radiation tolerant payload computing hardware
- Linux Driver/API & Application Software Development
- AI algorithm development and implementation
- Software for data distribution
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Last updated: 2022-06-14