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ML-driven Cognitive Space Selected in Inaugural AWS Space Accelerator

Cognitive Space

Cognitive Space will use AWS Cloud solutions to develop and operate its suite of AI-powered services for satellite mission operations, collection planning, and capacity forecasting.

Cognitive Space today announced it has been selected to participate in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) Space Accelerator, a business support program for startups seeking to use AWS to help solve the biggest challenges in the space industry. This opportunity will support Cognitive Space efforts to revolutionize satellite operations by bringing the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to mission operations and collection planning. Cognitive Space provides New Space organizations with sophisticated tools for optimizing revenue and performance yield as their satellite constellations grow and scale.

New for 2021, the four-week AWS Space Accelerator curriculum provides hands-on AWS Cloud and technical training, mentorship, coaching, and business support in collaboration with Seraphim, one of the world’s leading investment groups focused exclusively on the space industry, who will provide business development and investment guidance.

Cognitive Space will rely on AWS Cloud infrastructure for its own Space-focused software products – including licensed services, underlying platform architecture, development & test environments, and AI/ML training and processing workloads. Cognitive Space will take advantage of AWS services for scalability, cost-effectiveness, security, reliability, and global reach.

“Being one of the few startups accepted into the AWS Space Accelerator is a great honor and we appreciate the confidence AWS has placed in us,” said Scott Herman, CEO of Cognitive Space. “We’re very excited about the mentoring opportunity that the accelerator provides to startups like ours, and we look forward to working closely with AWS and Seraphim as we build our company.” Guy de Carufel, CTO of Cognitive Space, added “We depend on Amazon Web Services to provide high-reliability and scalable infrastructure for the satellite operations services we deliver to our customers and partners, and we are eager to learn more from the AWS experts during the accelerator.”

As one of 10 companies chosen for this opportunity out of a field of approximately 200 startups, Cognitive Space will receive up to $100,000 in AWS Activate credit, AWS Cloud training and support, mentorship, and additional business development resources including opportunities to speak with space-savvy venture investors.

“AWS looks forward to collaborating with our finalists to advance their inspiring vision for transforming how we understand, operate in, and benefit from space,” said Clint Crosier, director of the Aerospace and Satellite business at AWS. “Congratulations to our finalists, who were selected from hundreds of impressive startups from across the global space industry. The cloud is uniquely suited to spur the success of space companies in so many ways, and we are excited to help these companies achieve their biggest goals.”

Proposals were judged on several factors including the innovative and unique nature of the project, the overall value the solution will bring to the space industry, the creative application of AWS to solve problems, and the team’s ability to deliver on its specific mission.

For more information on the AWS Space Accelerator, visit https://seraphim.vc/aws/accelerator/.

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