The project is led by Zaitra (a Czech space company) in cooperation with Wroclaw-based SatRev and two other partners from ESA member states.
- The partnership is a combination of the unique competences of these companies in this innovative project, the participants emphasise.
SatRev and Zaitra enter into partnership as part of European Space Agency's SKAISEN project
SatRev S.A. is a Wroclaw-based space company founded in 2016, specialising in the design, manufacture and operation of nanosatellites and expertise in data analysis. To date, SatRev has successfully sent 11 satellites into Earth orbit.
SatRev is honoured to be part of the SKAISEN project, working with industry leader Zaitra and other partners. This special moment fills us with pride, as our innovative approach to image processing in space is shaping the future of this fascinating field. We are enthusiastic about the future developments we plan to make with our partners, contributing to the revolution in space technology
Grzegorz Zwolinski, CEO of SatRev.
Artificial intelligence and image processing on spacecraft
Zaitra is a Czech company founded in 2020 that specialises in optimising the delivery of space data.
Together with the Czechs, SatRev will work on the development of advanced artificial intelligence (AI) technology for spacecraft image processing.
The collaboration includes familiarising Zaitr with the UniBus platform, SatRev's provision of images to train the AI-based model and the development of a test and development platform.
- The SKAISEN project also plans to conduct functional and environmental tests to confirm that Zaitra's algorithm, combined with edge-computing technology, is ready to be sent into orbit. This ambitious endeavour aims to revolutionise imaging in space, and SatRev is proud to play a role in this innovative project, adds G. Zwolinski.
What does SatRev do? Where are their satellites being used?
SatRev is a Wroclaw-based company operating in the space industry - the first of the Polish commercial entities to place their objects in orbit. The company specialises in developing broad constellations of observational nanosatellites that collect optoelectronic data. A total of 11 satellites have already been launched into space.
SatRevolution S.A. was founded in June 2016 by Grzegorz Zwolinski, Damian Fijalkowski and Radoslaw Lapczynski, creators of Wroclaw-based T-Bull S.A., a leading Polish mobile game developer.
Wroclaw in the space industry
Wroclaw has an increasingly strong position in the Polish space industry. It is worth recalling that on Tuesday, 3 January 2023 at 15:56, a Falcon 9 rocket with the Polish STAR VIBE satellite was launched into orbit. Scanway, a Wroclaw-based company, is responsible for the project.