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Name Spiral Blue
Computing Unit (AI, Supercomputer, Processing Board)
Country Australia
Founded 2017

Spiral Blue has signed an agreement with Polish satellite manufacturer SatRevolution to launch and test our first prototype Space Edge Zero (SEZ) computer in orbit. Our SEZ computer will be hosted by SatRevolution's SW1FT satellite, set for launch on a SpaceX Falcon 9 no earlier than December 2020.
Hosting Spiral Blue’s Space Edge Zero (SEZ) computers onboard 2 satellites - STORK-4 and STORK-5. SEZ hardware has arrived in Poland and is currently undergoing final integration with these satellites, ahead of a launch no earlier than June 2021 onboard Virgin Orbit’s LauncherOne rocket.
Spiral Blue’s SEZ, is a prototype computer designed to allow in-space processing of satellite images. This upcoming mission will see end to end testing and space qualification of the SEZ. Each of SatRevolution’s Earth observation STORK satellites, will carry an optical payload that can capture multispectral images at 5 metre resolution. This imagery will then be passed onto an onboard SEZ unit, allowing the prototype computer to take in and process earth observation imagery in real time.

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Hosted payload on
launched nanosats

Last modified: 2022-01-05

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