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…

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…

赈灾通信好点子

Lianhe Zaobao 三名理工生对太空与卫星技术很感兴趣,设计了利用卫星技术的赈灾通信方案。他们所设计的求救电话利用高空伪卫星进行通信,救援中心可通过卫星导航确认求救电话的所在地。 三名理工学院学生设计利用卫星通信的求救电话,可让灾民在电信中断的情况下拨电求助,实用可行的点子获得青睐,在“人道援助与赈灾挑战赛”中脱颖而出。 淡马锡理工学院航空航天电子系学生傅夏娜李(19岁,中)说,三人是同个科系的同学,对太空与卫星技术很感兴趣,在课程负责人的建议下参加比赛,设计利用卫星技术的赈灾通信方案。 她与队友蔡文峰(19岁,右)和张隽言(20岁,左)设计的求救电话是利用空中客车公司的Zephyr高空伪卫星进行通信,救援中心也可通过卫星导航确认求救电话的所在地。 傅夏娜李说,求救电话可预先设置在会发生天灾的地区,或是由赈灾人员从空中投下。 蔡文峰说:“太空和我们的科系——航空航天系相当有关……我对外太空感兴趣已经有好一段时间了,间中也参加过几个比赛了解卫星技术。” 这次的比赛是由空中客车与新加坡太空与科技协会联合举办,旨在设计方案,利用卫星技术协助赈灾与救援工作,共有15个队伍参赛,其中11队来自新加坡,其余的来自马来西亚与印度尼西亚。 得奖队伍可免费到法国参观空中客车国防与太空设施,了解航空航天业的最新的顶尖科技。 傅夏娜李说:“我们很意外也很开心……感觉这是很重大的奖励,我们可以继续往这方面发展。这是一个新的开始,我很兴奋。” Link to article

DSO, ST Engineering in satellite tech venture

The Straits Times ST Engineering has announced that it is setting up a joint-venture company with DSO National Laboratories to unlock business opportunities with new satellite technology. Called ST Engineering Geo-Insights, it will package data gleaned from satellite imagery for customers in sectors such as construction, maritime safety and agriculture. Such new space technologies are…

ST Engineering, DSO joint venture to offer data analytics based on satellite imagery

Channel News Asia SINGAPORE: Singapore Technologies (ST) Engineering announced on Thursday (Feb 14) that it will set up a joint venture company with DSO National Laboratories to provide data analytics based on satellite imagery. Named ST Engineering Geo-Insights, the company will offer immediate information, including that related to security and safety, which can be used in industries such as…