Vast opportunities exist in space. Low earth orbit holds the potential to revolutionize technology, with LEO satellites able to connect the world in ways that have never seen before.
Space, Freedom, and the Future- How Rapid Satellite Launch Capabilities Can Support Critical DoD Missions
While the DOD, NASA, and other government agencies are starting to investigate rapid launch technology, many companies are already working on rapid satellite launch capabilities to deal with events on Earth as well as in space.
$280B CHIPS Act Signed by President Biden In A Huge Win for U.S. Microelectronics & Semiconductor Manufacturing
The $280 billion CHIPS and Science Act designed to strengthen US science and technology innovation has officially been signed by President Biden. This is a critical step forward in advancing our national security
While we might still be missing flying cars, one thing is for sure. Robotics are the way of the future, and the technology of the future is quickly becoming the technology of today.
Most of us can imagine future civilization on the Moon: lunar cities built by lunar factories running on lunar resources. There has even been much written about what to do once we have that. Harder to envision is how we get there.
With discoveries occurring at an exponential rate, the government is always looking for ways to push the boundaries of technology and innovation. In order to do this in the most effective way, government program offices have been relying more and more on an agile contracting vehicle known as Other Transaction Agreements (OTAs)
What is AI? What are practical and applicable definitions of AI and ML? Are they one and the same? AI, like natural (human) intelligence, is easier to recognize than to define. AI is attributed to machines that can learn and solve problems.
Membership with NSTXL provides access to countless government opportunities and a community through which you can sharpen your solutions. Join us in chatting with members David Simenc and Jim Bower, from SciTec, about how NSTXL has brought them to the forefront of government contracting.
Electronic components are crucial to U.S. DoD’s objectives, and their dependability is critical to every mission. Any damage or malfunction to even one electronic component can be detrimental. As we become increasingly focused on space innovation, the reliability of these electronics is vital.
The Deep Space Advanced Radar Capability (DARC) contract, was awarded to Northrop Grumman Corporation through the Space Enterprise Consortium (SpEC) by Space Systems Command (SSC). The request for prototype was released as a part of the larger DARC program created to enhance our nation's capabilities in Space Domain Awareness (SDA). The solutions created through DARC will be vital in creating a resilient space enterprise.