Companies planning to build robots to explore the moon and find trash in space are among 10 startups selected for a program by Amazon Web Services to help develop their businesses.
Why it matters: This latest project is part of Amazon’s drive to become even more involved in the aerospace industry and to support customers when their satellites reflect huge amounts of data from orbit.
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What’s happening: The 10 selected companies will participate in a four-week business accelerator designed to highlight AWS offerings for space companies, including instructions on how best to quickly bring huge amounts of data to customer use with cloud computing.
“As a result of this workshop, we not only want to teach these 10 companies how to build a successful space mission in the cloud, but we will definitely use it to educate the rest of the community,” said Clint Crosier, Director of AWS -Aerospace…