Singapore’s Global Space And Technology Convention Opens With Project Cyclotron Investment Inititiative

Space Watch Global, https://spacewatch.global/, 6 Feb 2020 Singapore’s Global Space And Technology Convention Opens With Project Cyclotron Investment Inititiative . Asia’s largest space and technology convention, the Global Space and Technology Convention (GSTC) is a cornerstone of the space industry in Asia. Organised by Singapore Space and Technology Limited (SSTL), the Convention is among the…

How spacetech is soaring in Singapore

Singapore Business Review, https://bit.ly/35lxHml How spacetech is soaring in SingaporeThe city is already home to 30 firms that are taking advantage of its spacetech advancements. Governments are no longer the only players in the new space race as private companies are taking the helm of space exploration, with their focus shifting from breaking world records to…

Singapore startup to build world’s first open-source satellite network

Geospatial World, https://bit.ly/2qgW98R Singapore startup to build world’s first open-source satellite networkBy Aditya Chaturvedi – 11/05/2019 SpaceChain wants to enable a next-generation infrastructure for the Blockchain industry and foster collaboration between space and Blockchain sectors. Singapore-based SpaceChain aims to build the world’s first open-source Blockchain-based satellite network. The company’s vision is to establish itself as…

Singapore’s space tech sector is redesigning the way governments approach extraterrestrial operations

ASEAN Today From a space-starved nation to a pioneer in space technology, Singapore is breaking the space tech mould by leveraging its world-class private tech sector to drive innovation instead of creating a government-owned space agency. By Preetam Kaushik Any conversation about Singapore and space usually centres on the nation’s scarcity of land and confined…

Singapore nanosatellite goes into orbit

The Straits Times, 19 June 2019 A nanosatellite, developed by a team of Singapore researchers looking for a breakthrough in cyber security and data encryption, has been put into orbit. It will conduct tests that may help unlock quantum communications market worth $20b in next decade. Ms Lynette Tan, executive director of the Singapore Space…

HADR 2019: A chat with Team Beluga

1. Throughout the course of the HADR challenge, what was your biggest takeaway?  Jonathan: The biggest takeaway was being able to expose me with satellite technology like the Airbus Zephyr. Upon knowing the capability of this satellite, and utilizing knowledge gained from challenges, we were able to implement features on our HADR product. Hana: My biggest take…

The Sky’s The Limit

Channel News Asia, Money Mind Space – only for global superpowers or can others carve a niche ? And, living the high life in CBD. Plus, meet the new teachers – robo-educators. The segment on Global Space and Technology Convention featuring Mr Jean Yves Le Gall of CNES, Mr Minoru Ueda of Mitsubishi Electric and…