Klepsydra Technologies, Ramon.Space, and ETHZ Consortium Awarded Grant for Innovative Space Project

ENORMITY space project transforms satellite systems by unlocking the full potential of AI

Zurich 13th March 2024 – The consortium formed by Klepsydra Technologies, Ramon.Space, and ETHZ have been awarded a grant co-funded by InnoSuisse, a Switzerland government agency and Innovate UK, part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), for the ENORMITY Space Project. This project represents a collaborative effort to push AI innovation that will drive the space industry.

This collaboration brings together the expertise of Klepsydra Technologies AG, a leader in high-performance AI software based in Switzerland, and Ramon.Space, a leading provider of high-performance rad-hard space computers, and the Center for Project Based Learning from ETHZ in Switzerland.

The ENORMITY project will build Klepsydra AI framework using Ramon.Space’s rad-hard computing processor enabling artificial intelligence for autonomous satellites and spacecraft. It includes the integration of on-board feature detection and cognitive instruments for AI applications in Earth observation, telecom, navigation and defense satellites, and landing capabilities for planetary missions, and increased autonomy for In-Orbit Service missions.

Satellites currently face challenges in fully leveraging AI due to issues with AI accelerator ICs unable to withstand harsh radiation conditions in space, leading to processing errors, reboots, and premature failures. Additionally, existing rad-hard processing ASICs present programming difficulties due to their specific architectures.

For the first time, ENORMITY will combine an easy-to-program and user-friendly software framework with powerful rad-hard space-resilient processors. This innovation marks a significant leap forward in overcoming the limitations that have hindered the integration of AI in space systems.

About Klepsydra Technologies AG
Klepsydra Technologies is a leading provider of AI software solutions that empower organisations to harness the full potential of artificial intelligence. With a commitment to innovation and excellence, Klepsydra team of experts develops cutting-edge AI software for various industries, including space exploration, robotics, automotive, and more

About Ramon.Space
Ramon.Space is a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-based systems enable the realization of Earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology has been deployed in space and used in over 50 deep space and satellite missions across the solar system – with zero failures. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States, United Kingdom and Israel.

Los Altos, CA, September 7, 2023 – Ramon.Space, a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure, announced today that Jennifer Little has joined the company as Chief Revenue Officer (CRO), and Steve Good has assumed a new role as Chief Business Officer (CBO). These executive appointments mark the next stage in the company’s expansion as business continues to grow rapidly in North America and Europe. With their extensive experience and proven track records, they will play a crucial role in Ramon.Space’s global growth and its mission to bring Earth-like computing to space.

Jennifer Little will serve as Ramon.Space’s Chief Revenue Officer, driving the company’s global sales and revenue growth. Jennifer brings a wealth of experience from Kratos Defense, where she has most recently served as Vice President of Sales, Business Development, and Sales Operations. She has also held senior sales positions within the satellite and communication industries, including SAT Corporation and Verizon. Her proven ability to establish and maintain strong customer relationships will play a critical role in Ramon.Space’s ongoing expansion efforts.

In his new role as Chief Business Officer, Steve Good will focus on market and business development engagement across the space industry ecosystem, leveraging his extensive experience within both commercial and government sectors. With his accomplished track record in leadership positions across the space industry and as Ramon.Space’s Chief Commercial Officer over the past two years, Steve is well-positioned to lead the company’s market and business development strategy and foster new partnerships that will continue to drive the company’s success.

“We are excited to announce the new appointments of Jennifer and Steve, which will greatly enhance our ability to provide innovative solutions and services while creating trusting relationships with our customers and partners,” said Avi Shabtai, CEO of Ramon.Space. “Their expertise in sales and business development will significantly advance the company’s growth objectives and market positioning within the rapidly changing space industry.”

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About Ramon.Space

Ramon.Space is a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of Earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology has already been deployed in space and used in over 50 deep space and satellite missions across the solar system – with zero failures. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel.

Media Contact
Ami Lifshitz
press@ramon.space

 

The funding from strategic investors and leading VCs will accelerate Ramon.Space’s expansion in the market with its computing platform, enabling data-driven applications & services in space

Ramon.Space, a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure, announced today that it has raised $26M in funding from Ingrasys, a subsidiary of Foxconn Technology Group and the world’s largest manufacturer of server and storage platforms, and the Strategic Development Fund (SDF), an Abu Dhabi-based strategic investment firm, with additional participation from existing investors, Grove Ventures, Deep Insight and UMC Capital. The investment from Ingrasys follows the recently announced strategic agreement to manufacture Ramon.Space’s computing products globally. The newly secured funding will enable Ramon.Space to grow the organization and continue to commercialize its space-resilient computing platform, reach new markets, and solidify its global presence in response to the surge in demand for advanced computing solutions in space.

Ramon.Space has developed and deployed its SW-based computing technology to store, process and analyze large amounts of data in orbit. By equipping satellites with powerful computers that have advanced storage, computing, and connectivity capabilities, Ramon.Space solutions enable data-driven applications and services in space, unlocking new business opportunities and driving growth in the space economy. The company leverages its in-house radiation-hardened technology to support reliable, future-proof missions. The Ramon.Space computing platform includes a set of products targeting storage, processing, and communication solutions, namely NuStream, NuPod and NuBox.

“Space-grade computing solutions have become an essential foundation for the evolution of the space economy. The demand from satellite manufacturers, operators and service providers for such solutions is growing, driven by new business models and a goal to maintain agility of services in orbit. This new investment will allow Ramon.Space to scale its organization to meet market needs,” said Avi Shabtai, CEO of Ramon.Space. “We are honored to receive a vote of confidence from global leaders as we continue to increase our reach of enabling data-driven insights from space.”

“As the world leader in cloud and enterprise computing manufacturing on the Earth, it’s a natural step to expand into computing infrastructure in space and we are truly excited to be part of the space industry,” said Benjamin Ting, CEO, Ingrasys. “Space computing is the foundation to leverage the infinite potential of space and we recognized that investing and partnering to manufacture Ramon.Space products was the perfect strategic move as they are the leader in this field.”

“The trends and forecasts within the industry clearly indicate that advanced computing infrastructure is crucial for the future of space,” stated Mohamed Musabah Al Mazrouei, Director of Investments and Portfolio Management at SDF. “Our decision to invest in Ramon.Space is in perfect alignment with our strategic mandate, which emphasizes a focus on the space sector through Private Equity and Venture Capital. This venture capital investment not only enhances our portfolio, but also opens up potential avenues to seek synergies and foster partnerships, both within the UAE and globally.”

Ramon.Space’s computing solutions have generated rapid growth and earned the interest of customers in both the commercial and defense sectors. The company’s technology enables a wide range of applications in different space sectors – from satellite communications and remote sensing to autonomous robotics spacecraft and space exploration.

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About Ramon.Space
Ramon.Space is a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of Earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology has already been deployed in space and used in over 50 deep space and satellite missions across the solar system – with zero failures. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel.

Media Contact
Ami Lifshitz
press@ramon.space

 

Ramon.Space, the leader in Space-resilient computing infrastructure, and Ingrasys, a subsidiary of Foxconn Technology Group and the world’s largest manufacturer of server and storage platforms, announced today a strategic agreement to deliver high-volume space computing products. As part of the agreement, Ingrasys will manufacture Ramon.Space computing products globally, establishing the production line of the industry’s first high-volume space computing products. This collaboration represents a major milestone in the rapidly expanding space economy and marks the first time Ingrasys has ventured into the space industry.

The space economy which is estimated to reach $1 trillion by 2040 is highly dominated by the usage of data in space. The development of advanced computing capabilities that can efficiently store, process, and connect in orbit and beyond will serve as the crucial infrastructure necessary to enable the growth.

By combining Ingrasys world-class manufacturing capabilities and Ramon.Space’s expertise in space technology, the companies will disrupt the space industry by rolling out an assembly of the highest quality, cost-effective computing products to global markets, setting a new standard for innovation, accessibility, and efficiency in space computing. With rapid production ramp up and volume manufacturing costs, Ramon.Space is positioned to meet increasing customer demands at an ideal price point. This collaboration will enable powerful computing capabilities for space missions and contribute to the growth and development of the space economy in the coming years.

“As the trusted leader in computing infrastructure in the terrestrial world, venturing into space computing infrastructure would be another area for us to expand as we continue to see the tremendous potential in space,” said Benjamin Ting, CEO, Ingrasys. “We are excited to collaborate with Ramon.Space, the market leader to pioneer the next phase of the space industry and make space computing accessible to everyone.”

“We’re thrilled to join forces with such a renowned manufacturer as Ingrasys,” said Avi Shabtai, CEO of Ramon.Space. “By leveraging both company’s core competencies, we will build a strong foundation to expand and dominate the computing infrastructure market, paving the way for the next generation of space services, and applications,” said Ramon.Space CEO Avi Shabtai.

Ingrasys has cutting-edge manufacturing facilities for top-of-the-line servers, storage, and HPC accelerators. To guarantee high-quality space-grade products, Ingrasys has achieved AS9100 certification, the gold standard for quality and safety management in the aerospace industry. The space computing production line is currently gearing up to start manufacturing Ramon.Space’s computing products.

Ramon.Space develops a radiation hardened computing platform that is SW-based, low power and durable, providing process, storage and connectivity capabilities to make the next-generation of space applications and services possible. The company was recently named a finalist in OneWeb’s Innovation Challenge 2022. Ramon.Space is collaborating with Singapore Space and Technology Ltd, Asia’s leading space organization that fosters technical and commercial collaboration, to drive initiatives that will benefit the global space market.

About Ramon.Space
Ramon.Space is the leader in Space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of Earth-like computing capabilities in Space. The company’s proven technology is already deployed in space and used in many satellites and more than 50 space missions across the solar system – with zero failures. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel.

About Ingrasys
Ingrasys Inc., a subsidiary of Foxconn Technology Group and a global leading cloud infrastructure provider, offers a wide range of products and services, including servers, storage, HPC accelerators and innovative, eco-friendly solutions, to help worldwide customers meet their needs. Ingrasys manufacturing facility has achieved AS9100 Certification, ensuring the provision of high-quality aviation and space computing products and services. For more information about Ingrasys, visit Ingrasys website.

Media Contacts
Ramon.Space
Ami Lifshitz
press@ramon.space

Ingrasys
Alison Kao
media@ingrasys.com

 

Processor developed on company’s Nubox computing platform, further enables connectivity, storage and processing space applications

Ramon.Space, a leader in Space-resilient computing infrastructure, will demonstrate its software-based digital processor implemented on the Ramon.Space NuBox computing platform, introducing its communication channelization beamformer at the Satellite Conference & Exhibition 2023 in Washington D.C. between Mar. 13-16. The NuBox multi-service computing platform presents a fully functioning implementation of a SW-based connectivity system that is Space-grade, low SWaP, and high performing.

This is a true realization of a computing platform that can implement a robust connectivity application to deal with data in space. The introduction of the NuBox computing platform with the realization of channelization and beamforming also opens the door for satellite operators and service providers to develop data driven applications in addition to connectivity, allocating space resources on demand that can benefit from real-time analytics. The NuBox platform ushers in a new era of computing in space with its space-hardened data connectivity, processing and storage capabilities.

With a modular design, and a rad-hard multi-service system that can be used in any orbit, the platform transforms satellites into smart, autonomous spacecraft, allowing a fully SW-based system that is upgradeable in orbit.

By using the NuBox computing platform, customers can harness the device to power any application in space, including but not limited to communications and connectivity. This marks a milestone where a Linux based high-performance computing platform can directly run both traditional “bent-pipe” connectivity applications and state-of-the-art massive-MIMO and regenerative and 5G services, while remaining Space-resilient.

“We are thrilled to offer a glimpse into what next-generation space computing will look like. Our computing platform will enable endless possibilities of space applications and further power the future of the space economy,” said Steve Good, CCO of Ramon.Space. “We are proud to showcase our NuBox platform that can channelize bandwidth while processing real-time data. We welcome innovators to develop compelling applications that can be supported by our computing platform.”

Ramon.Space was recently honored as one of the Top 10 Hottest Companies in Satellite by Via Satellite Magazine chosen for its cutting-edge computing technology and innovative data solutions. The live demonstration at Satellite 2023 is further validation that Ramon.Space is pushing the boundaries of what is possible when it comes to next-generation space connectivity.

Those interested in seeing the Ramon.Space SW-based digital processor and NuBox computing platform are welcome to visit booth #1344 at Satellite 2023 or schedule a meeting at info@ramon.space.

About Ramon.Space

Ramon.Space is the leader in Space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of Earth-like computing capabilities in Space. The company’s proven technology has already been used in over 50 deep Space and satellite missions across the Solar System – with zero failures. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel.

Media Contact
Ami Lifshitz
press@ramon.space

 

 

Los Altos, CA, December 6, 2022 Ramon.Space, a leader in Space-resilient computing infrastructure, announced today that it has achieved AS9100 certification, the highest quality standard for Quality Management Systems for aerospace and defense organizations.

Ramon.Space is committed to releasing high-quality products and ensuring that its processes are on par with the rest of the Space industry. The AS9100 certification is a stamp of excellence in Space design, development and production, and achieving this certification further enables the company to continue to build high-grade offerings and ensure our customers receive safe and reliable products. Furthermore, applying the certification clauses will enable Ramon.Space to attain supply chain efficiency, and deliver higher customer satisfaction.

“Meeting the rigorous standards of AS9100 certification is a significant milestone that further validates our commitment to providing our customers with high-grade quality, reliable Space products. We will continue to focus on quality and ensure compliance with the industry’s requirements,” said Noga Klein, Senior Director of Operations at Ramon.Space.

Backed by the International Aerospace Quality Group (IAQG), the AS9100 certification was granted to Ramon.Space for quality management of its core processes in development, design and production of its computing components and systems for Space.

About Ramon.Space
Ramon.Space is the leader in Space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of Earth-like computing capabilities in Space. The company’s proven technology has already been deployed in Space and used in over 50 deep Space and satellite missions across the Solar System – with zero failures. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel.

Media Contact
Ami Lifshitz
press@ramon.space

Ramon.Space leverages the Kythera Operating System standard to power its software-defined Space Computing Platform communications payload

World Satellite Business Week, Paris, France – 13 September 2022 – Ramon.Space, the leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure, and Kythera Space Solutions (Kythera), the leader in dynamic management systems for next-generation payloads and SATCOM networks, have partnered to deliver highly dynamic and flexible communications payload solutions. This partnership leverages Kythera’s Operating System to manage and optimize Ramon.Space’s advanced Space Computing Platform.

The Ramon.Space Computing Platform offers advanced features including channelization, beamforming, regeneration, L2/L3 IP networking, beam hopping, spectral analysis, interference mitigation, and geolocation. Ramon.Space’s platform is uniquely designed for operations at GEO, MEO and LEO, bringing space-resilient technology to the communication market and providing dynamic control over mission operations capabilities without compromising on power efficiency, which is a key enabling technology for both software-defined satellites (SDS) and multi-layered satellite networks.

To power these advanced features in the Ramon.Space processor, Kythera brings its industry-leading Kythera Operating System (KOS) that enables satellite manufacturers and operators to take full advantage of their software-defined payloads and next-generation SATCOM networks. KOS provides Ramon.Space customers with the most advanced solution on the market for dynamic, autonomous operations.

By leveraging the Kythera Operating System, Ramon.Space customers will be able to:

  • Dynamically and autonomously optimize digital payload performance
  • Integrate with the operator’s network assets such as other satellite payloads, gateways, and terminals that support KOS-compliant management software
  • Expand their SATCOM network to support a fully-hybrid space architecture that includes heterogenous GEO/MEO/LEO space assets

As part of the partnership, Ramon.Space will be able to offer an integrated solution with its payload processor infrastructure that includes Kythera’s resource management and optimization software. Kythera will align its compatible products to support the Ramon.Space payload, including:

  • The Kythera Operating System, for dynamic, autonomous planning and optimization. KOS is the emerging industry standard for dynamic management of next-generation SATCOM network
  • The Payload Resource Optimization System (PROS), for periodic planning and optimization
  • The Satellite Payload Evaluator & Comparator (SPEC), for mission pre-planning and optimization

To further enhance KOS performance, the Ramon.Space advanced processor will be able to host and execute KOS modules while in orbit. This unique ability to negate gateway-to-satellite latency will enable real-time operations in orbit, boosting performance and increasing satellite flexibility.

Ramon.Space’s software-defined computing solution is a game changer for satellite manufacturers and operators alike,” said Steve Good, Chief Commercial Officer of Ramon.Space. “We are delighted to work alongside Kythera, the industry leader in dynamic management systems to provide true real-time analysis to enable service providers to better utilize our robust payload. Natively integrating the KOS satellite management software with our telecom processor creates a synergy effect along multiple verticals that offers significant improvements over currently available solutions in the market in terms of flexibility, resiliency, and performance.”

“Ramon.Space offers a uniquely flexible compute platform for satellite communication payloads,” said Dr. Jeffrey Freedman, PhD, CEO of Kythera Space Solutions. “The Kythera Operating System is the key to unlocking the potential of this advanced hardware, enabling Ramon.Space customers to truly experience exceptional performance. We’re excited to partner with Ramon.Space to demonstrate just how far we can drive advanced satellite communications into the future.”

About Ramon.Space:

Ramon.Space is the leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of Earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology has already been deployed in space and used in many satellites spanning over 50 space missions across the Solar System. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel. For more information, visit www.ramon.space.

About Kythera:

Kythera Space Solutions is the leading provider of dynamic management systems for next-generation satellite payloads and networks. Kythera’s software solutions manage and optimize your satellite resources along with your ground-based assets, providing fully autonomous, real-time space network provisioning and operations that take full advantage of today’s flexible, high-throughput satellites. The Kythera Operating System (KOS) is the emerging industry standard for powering dynamic, autonomous SATCOM. Kythera Space Solutions is headquartered in Bethesda, MD, USA. For more information, visit www.kythera.space.

Contact:

Kythera Space Solutions
Andy Musliner
amusliner@kythera.space

Ramon.Space
Ami Lifshitz
Ami.lifshitz@ramon.space

Lulav Space’s landing sensor suite, powered by Ramon.Space’s high-performance space computing platform, selected for Space IL’s Beresheet 2 lunar missions

Los Altos, CA & Haifa, Israel, September 7, 2022 — Ramon.Space and Lulav Space announced today that the two companies are partnering to provide an advanced navigation solution for the Beresheet 2 lunar missions scheduled for 2025. The Beresheet 2 lunar missions are developed by SpaceIL, an Israeli organization for space development, with an aim to conduct a double landing on the Moon and continue in orbit for five years as a platform for science education activities.

According to the agreement, Lulav Space will implement its vision-based landing sensor algorithms on Ramon.Space’s radiation-hardened computing platform and unique in-house RC64, a machine learning, DSP processor. Ramon.Space’s technology effectively supports advanced computer vision algorithms such as those that are being developed by Lulav Space.

“SpaceIL is proud to select Lulav Space as a landing sensor supplier for Beresheet 2 landers and to work together with Lulav Space and Ramon.Space to perform successful lunar landings on both sides of the Moon in our next challenging mission,” said Shimon Sarid, CEO of SpaceIL.
“An accurate, robust navigation sensor is critical to support lunar landings,” said Noam Leiter, CEO at Lulav Space. “We are thrilled to have been chosen by SpaceIL for the Beresheet 2 mission. By using Ramon.Space’s computing platform, we can develop our advanced algorithms easily, rapidly, and reliably to ensure the most accurate and detailed information and support this historic mission.”

The capabilities that Ramon.Space enables include simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) algorithms to provide position and velocity to the lander navigation system during the lunar descent as well as hazard detection methods to allow for a safe landing.

Historically, lunar landers utilize radar and laser-based sensors to provide their navigation computer with the required altitude and velocity measurements relative to the lunar surface. However, such systems are significant in size, mass, and power. Lulav Space has developed a more efficient, alternative landing sensor that cuts down on size, mass, and power use without decreasing performance.

“The timely and consistent processing of complex algorithms in space make the difference between mission success and failure,” said Avi Shabtai, CEO at Ramon.Space. “We are confident that our radiation-hardened computing technology, coupled with Lulav Space’s ingenuity, will see the Beresheet 2 spacecraft safely to the Moon. After being involved in over 50 space missions to date, an additional Israeli space mission to the Moon is very exciting and we expect our computing platform to be the engine that will power many more missions to come.”

Lunar landings require modular navigation systems equipped with cameras, complex computer vision algorithms, and high-fidelity graphical simulators. To meet these rigorous moon landing requirements, rad-hard computing power is needed. The combined Ramon.Space and Lulav Space navigation solution will deliver superior performance, durability, and cost-efficiency, when compared to legacy radar, or laser-based systems.

About Ramon.Space

Ramon.Space is a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology is already deployed in space and used in many satellites spanning more than 50 space missions across the solar system. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel. For more information, visit www.ramon.space.

About Lulav Space

Lulav Space provides a vision-based sensor suite for a variety of space missions such as lunar landing, satellite on-orbit servicing, and debris monitoring, with a fraction of the power, mass, and cost of existing RADAR or LIDAR based systems. Lulav sensors are customizable with mission-specific algorithms and easily integrate with a wide range of spacecraft. The sensor suite can support missions from LEO to deep space. Lulav Space is a startup company that was founded by experts in GN&C, computer vision, and simulation. The company’s engineers took part in the Beresheet 1 mission, the first private lunar lander mission, launched in 2019.

About SpaceIL

Founded in 2011, SpaceIL launched its Beresheet 1 mission in 2019, a low-cost lunar program and the first, private Moon mission that reached the Moon and the seventh to ever capture the Moon. SpaceIL is currently working on the new Beresheet 2 mission that is planned to launch in 2025 and will consist of an orbiter and two landers that will land on both sides of the Moon, and an orbiter that will continue orbit the moon for up to five years.

Contacts

Ami Lifshitz, Ramon.Space
ami.lifshitz@ramon.space

The company’s advanced computing platform will power AI/ML data-driven space applications

Los Altos, Calif. — July 26, 2022 Ramon.Space, the leader in space resilient computing infrastructure, announced today that it will showcase the company’s robust space computing platform alongside partners at the 36th Annual Small Satellite Conference in Logan, Utah between August 8th and 11th. The live partner demonstrations will feature data-driven space applications running on the Ramon.Space radiation hardened computing platform in the Fieldhouse booth #165.

On Tuesday, August 9th at 3:30pm MT at the DBH Center, Presidents Hall, Ramon.Space will host a panel session along with its partners on the need for an advanced computing and storage infrastructure to enable tailored mission applications.

The live demonstrations will showcase advanced data processing via Ramon.Space’s in-house DSP IC, alongside the NuStream storage solution, provides a true software-empowered system purpose-built for space. Each demonstration will showcase concrete examples of how satellite service providers can run AI and ML applications efficiently on their spacecraft. Partner companies include market leaders in innovative deep technology, next-gen AI-powered computer vision, immersive technology services and space robotics navigation systems.

Partner demonstrations include:

Lulav Space – Lulav Space offers vision-aided autonomous navigation and space robotics solutions. The demo will show the implementation of computer vision algorithms in the development of a landing sensor, powered by Ramon.Space computing infrastructure for an upcoming lunar landing mission.

AIKO – AIKO develops state-of-the-art Artificial Intelligence for space applications, focusing on mission autonomy and autonomous operations. The demo will show a land classification simulation on an earth observation mission, optimized on Ramon.Space platform.

Spaceshift – Spaceshift develops SAR satellite data processing technologies with AI, its advanced and unique technologies contribute to the realization of sustainable human activities. The demo will show technologies for newly constructed building detections, oil slick detection, and other various satellite imagery analysis with AI, running on Ramon.Space platform.

Mobius Labs – Mobius Labs provides computer vision-based applications that can be trained with considerably less data and deployed into various hardware using the Mobius Labs SDK. This demo will show how an image classification application can run onboard Ramon.Space hardware.

About Ramon.Space

Ramon.Space is a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology is already deployed in space and used in many satellites and more than 50 space missions across the solar system. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel. For more information, visit www.ramon.space.

The company’s ultra-high density storage solution is part of the Ramon.Space compute platform that will revolutionize space computing infrastructure

Los Altos, Calif. — March 15, 2022 — Ramon.Space, a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure, today announced NuStream, the world’s most advanced solid-state storage recorder built to withstand the harsh environment of space. Nustream is the latest product from Ramon.Space’s computing infrastructure platform for data-driven space missions. With high-density storage and state-of-the-art modular architecture, NuStream is the core to enable next-generation applications and space services.

The numbers of satellites and accompanying applications and data in space are increasing exponentially and there is a tremendous need for storage capability built for space to keep up with this growth. With NuStream, commercial and government satellite providers can store an immense amount of data generated from the most advanced sensors delivering more effective and real-time information to earth.

“The needs for capacity are always increasing, and we are now seeing similar storage needs in space as on earth.” said Dov Moran, Chairman of the Board at Ramon.Space and Managing Partner at Grove Ventures. “As a veteran in the storage industry, I was highly intrigued by Ramon.Space’s technology and its unique capabilities for this very interesting and rapidly growing market. The company’s technology delivers unparalleled capacity and reliable Rad Hard (radiation hardening) performance to address the data-intensive applications necessary for the future of space tech.”

Designed for multi-year space missions, NuStream will utilize in-house radiation-hardened technology to deliver reliability and robustness in various space applications. NuStream’s optimized size, weight, power and cost offer highly reliable storage capabilities to meet the unique environmental requirements of space without compromising performance. NuStream provides parallel muti-sensor recording using stream technology and radiation tolerance achieved through Virtual Radiation Shield™ controlled by Ramon.Space’s in-house RC64 processor.

“The number of data-centric satellites continues to grow, as demand from more information from space through the utilization of various sensors is increasing exponentially,” said Dallas Kasaboski, Senior Analyst, NSR. “For processing capability to keep pace with this growth, there is an undeniable need for space-hardened storage systems.”

Ramon.Space is revolutionizing orbital services, using proven technology that will radically transform satellites into software-empowered, smart and autonomous systems. With high-density SSD-based storage and computing capabilities, the company enables data centers and data networks in space, enabling non-stop data center services on-orbit and the build-out of computing infrastructure in space.

“We are solving one of the last great challenges in the industry: delivering an earth-like computing infrastructure to space,” said Avi Shabtai, CEO of Ramon.Space. “We are proud to release our storage solution, a core element of our space compute platform, which will set new benchmarks for capacity with regards to size, weight and power (SWaP).”

About Ramon.Space

Ramon.Space is a leader in space-resilient computing infrastructure. Powered by its unique AI/ML processors, Ramon.Space’s software-empowered systems enable the realization of earth-like computing capabilities in space. The company’s proven technology is already deployed in space and used in many satellites and more than 50 space missions across the solar system. Ramon.Space has offices in the United States and Israel. For more information, visit www.ramon.space.