Skytek lands earth observation deal
New horizons for space technology firm
Skytek, the Dublin-based space technology company, has secured a major contract with the country’s high-performance computing centre to allow people to access data on the earth’s movements.
The company is working with the Irish Centre for High-End Computing (ICHEC) to develop a system to store observations of earth from the sky.
Chief executive Sarah Bourke said that as the project develops, Skytek could be processing earth observational data for all of...
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