Ubotica Technologies Presents & Chairs AI Plenary Discussion at ESA GSTP Industry Working Days
Dublin, Ireland, 14 June 2022, Ubotica Technologies, the leading provider of smarts for smart satellites, will participate in the European Space Agency (ESA) General Support Technology Programme (GSTP) Industry Working Days 2022 next week.
The three-day GSTP Industry Working Days to discuss the main future innovations ESA technology programmes must address in three key areas; Artificial Intelligence, Digitalisation, and Quantum Technology. The event will be held 22-24 June 2022 at the Grand Hotel, Vienna. These events are to held so industry and ESA can discuss the future of GSTP and hear about the latest achievements from the programme.
Ubotica Chief Technology Officer, Aubrey Dunne, will present in the AI On the Edge For Space stream about the space qualification and reference design for Myriad2 which is used in CogniSat.
Ubotica Chief Science Officer, David Moloney, will chair the plenary discussion on Artificial Intelligence with panellists from Thales Alenia Space, GMV, KPLABS, QuantumBlack, ASI and ESA.
More details about the ESA GSTP Industry Working Days is available here.
Ubotica is currently hiring for specific roles to support planned growth. Details are available at https://www.ubotica.com/careers
Founded in 2017, Ubotica Technologies provides smarts for smart satellites. Our products and services are used by global space industry partners to deliver real-time insights directly to users.
Ubotica is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland with a team of AI Engineers based in DCU Alpha, and has a team of Computer Vision Engineers in Spain based in UCLM, Ciudad Real, and a team of space systems experts in the Netherlands based in the Aerospace Innovation Hub at the TU Delft Campus.
The founders of the company have deep expertise in the advanced technology sector globally and have developed innovative technology, successfully brought complex products to market and delivered high value exits including Parthus Technologies, GloNav and most recently Movidius.