selected by Saber Astronautics to integrate parts search into PIGI


To kickstart IAC 2017, we’re excited to announce that we have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Saber Astronautics! Sydney-based Saber has been making waves and was recently selected as operations provider for Fleet Space, a hot IoT space startup based Down Under.

Together with Saber, we will work towards integrating the satsearch API into PIGI, the Predictive Groundstation Interface software developed by Saber for next-generation mission control. By embedding our parts database into PIGI, we will jointly enable mission designers to test design concepts and better understand the impact of their choices on future mission operations.

We’re looking forward to a fruitful partnership, as we help develop cutting-edge technologies for NewSpace. For the official announcement, please refer to the following press release.


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