Cloud powered innovation in space

Australia is moving from being a consumer of space technologies to being a contributor, in which new ways of transmitting and computing data are having an impact beyond Earth. For decades, the discoveries of the space program have helped catalyse business innovation around the globe; camera phones, wireless headsets, CAT scans, and more. Today, rocket scientists and astronauts also turn to the business world for tools to push the boundaries of their work. Learn how the cloud, data, IoT, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and edge computing have a crucial role in supporting important missions in the study of weather, climate science, space exploration, agriculture, national security, and disaster response; reducing costs while gathering and processing critical information with expanding speed and scale.
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