The age of commercial spaceflight is here. Inovor Technologies is part of it.
Successful applicants will be hands-on in interesting projects whilst being immersed in Inovor’s working environment where cutting-edge satellite technologies are being developed for upcoming missions to space.
With new businesses and start-ups moving into Lot Fourteen come new opportunities for employment, including work experience, mentoring and internships. Inovor Technologies is just one company firmly investing in skills for the future.
Inovor Technologies will play a major role in an Australian-first space mission in collaboration with the University of Melbourne, Siatel Australia, Neumann Space, Nova Systems and both the UK and Italian space agencies.
Adelaide-based Inovor Technologies chief executive Dr Matthew Tetlow says for the local industry to grow, governments should preference Australian contractors first when allocating money for big space or defence contracts.
Inovor Technologies’ Adelaide-developed nanosatellites can do something which founder Matthew Tetlow believes no others can do.
Australian Newspace startup Inovor Technologies, which provides a host of nanosatellite solutions, has won a defence contract worth AU$2.5m (US$1.7m).
Minister for Defence Industry, the Hon Melissa Price MP, congratulated Inovor Technologies on winning the $2.5m contract to deliver a satellite bus that will be used to house equipment in space for the Buccaneer Main Mission.
A $5.7 million contract has been awarded to Adelaide-based company, Inovor Technologies, to deliver a prototype nanosatellite that will enhance space situational awareness, an investment that will continue to expand Defence’s growing space capability and has potential to contribute to the global space surveillance network.
Holding a satellite destined for space was a school holiday highlight for students from Children’s University Australasia during a special visit to Adelaide’s Lot Fourteen neighbourhood.
Inovor Technologies CEO Dr Matthew Tetlow said a Defence Innovation Hub grant would go toward proving the company’s algorithm can stabilise control systems to keep satellites fixed on specific positions.
A crack Australian team is using machine learning to tackle the threat of space junk wrecking new satellites. The project involves University of Adelaide academics and researchers partnering with Inovor Technologies, a leading Australian space firm specialising in space situational awareness.
Inovor Technologies receives the AVALON 2019 Innovation Award for Space Operations and Technology.
Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, today announced that it would be extending its Earth observation capabilities by acquiring Australia’s first CubeSat designed to detect invisible infrared light.