of space edge one A computer developed by an Australian startup (SE-1) spiral bluelaunched as an on-board hosted payload Satellitelogic NewSat spaceship above Transporter-6 Off-Earth Rideshare Mission space x falcon 9 rocket from Cape Canaveral Space Force Station.
Developed by Satellitelogic. Hosted Payload Programthis joint mission will be completed
Spiral Blue’s latest generation Space Edge Computing flight test program
technology. SE-1 computer works with satellite high-resolution imaging
This system allows Spiral Blue to begin testing major on-board image processing applications.
Cloud detection, ship detection, cropping, compression and more.
up to date space edge computer Use the NVIDIA Xavier NX chipand much more has
Greater onboard processing power, storage, thermal control, faster interfaces, etc.
It is an improvement over its predecessor, Space Edge Zero.
The goal is to integrate these features with those of Spiral Blue. space edge service platform,
Cobalt allows customers to let satellites do image capture and onboard work
process as needed.
This is the fourth Spiral Blue Space Edge computer and the first SE-1 launch.spiral blue
has so far launched three Space Edge Zero prototypes.
“This launch is an important milestone for us as we work to make our planet more accessible.
observational data and insights,CEO of Spiral Blue Taofik Huk,”this will be our first
operational mission and we are very excited to begin working with our customers on this
“Our Hosted Payload Program is subject to independent testing and
an experimental payload in orbit,” Said Thomas Van MyrtleVice President of Global Business
Developed at Satellogic. “rapid testing and
Acceleration of technological development that can be used by customers”