Unibap AB (publ) has received an order from NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, Silicon Valley, California for 25 SpaceCloud "Scalable spacecraft compute evaluation" products from the iX5-family of on-board payload data processing units. The products will be used for NASA's ground-based research to advance autonomous capabilities for distributed space systems.
The delivery will be made during first half of 2021. Unibap will support NASA with on-site integration in partnership with Unibap's US distributor.
- We are thrilled to deliver our SpaceCloud solutions as the backbone for NASA's scalable autonomy simulator that will lay the groundwork for future spacecraft autonomy architectures. This is a great example where government and industry can partner to bring the benefits of modular deployable software and digitalization to space utilization. I am personally excited to see the cluster up and running at a world leading NASA facility to spearhead the future system of systems architectures and possible research collaboration, says Dr. Fredrik Bruhn, CEO of Unibap
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