Ramon.Space powers Technion-launched nanosatellites into space aboard Soyuz rocket
The satellites are equipped with the company’s high-functioning LEON processors and will be used to monitor emergency signals from ships, planes, and hikers
Unforgettable morning at the Baikonur Cosmodrome! Roll-out of Soyuz-2.1a LV from AITB to the launch complex of pad No.31.! The broadcast link is already available for the March 20 launch, you can initiate the reminder not to miss the stream: https://t.co/LHJ1yzxonM pic.twitter.com/XvDC3mqgoh— GK Launch Services (@gk_launch) March 17, 2021
Ramon.Space is an Israeli startup that builds space-resilient supercomputing systems to bring the next generation of computing to space. Its technologies have been used in over 50 space missions across the Solar System, and aims to lead the digital transformation of space. “It’s exciting to be part of this great achievement. These moments are what makes our work so special. The technology created by our company has participated in several space missions from many countries. However, it’s especially exciting to be part of this launch which includes three Israeli satellites. We are very proud to be part of this inspiring space program and we congratulate the Technion for this great achievement,” Avi Shabtai said, who serves as the CEO of Ramon.Space.