Skytek takes flight with SpaceX
Software from an Irish business was part of last month’s SpaceX mission to the International Space Station (ISS).
Dublin-based Skytek’s IPV Tablet system is being used to provide advanced astronaut support on the ISS. With the system, astronauts will have access to over 14,000 operational procedures which support all operational activities on board.
With astronauts’ time being so valuable, any efficiency improvements for task execution that can be achieved are of major...
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