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Seabed 2030 Enters New Partnership with Terradepth in a Collaboration That Will Boost Project’s Crowdsourcing Initiatives
Screenshot of data collected off Antarctica (route transit depicted from South America to Antarctica and back) as part of the International Hydrographic Organization’s Crowdsourced Bathymetry (CSB) initiative. Depicted for the Seabed 2030 Global Center within Terradepth’s Absolute Ocean portal. Additional bathymetry off South America made available by third parties and visible in Absolute Ocean. (Image Credit: Business Wire)

AUSTIN, Texas (Terradepth PR) — Terradepth and The Nippon Foundation-GEBCO Seabed 2030 project have announced a new partnership which will utilize Terradepth’s geospatial data portal known as Absolute Ocean. Seabed 2030 will use Absolute Ocean as a data visualization and exploration tool as part of the international effort to map the entire ocean floor. The announcement was made on the heels of the 2022 United Nations Ocean Conference in Lisbon, Portugal.

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  • July 15, 2022
AWS Announces 10 Startups Selected for the 2022 AWS Space Accelerator

SEATTLE (Amazon Web Services PR) — Amazon Web Services (AWS) is pleased to officially announce the selection of the 10 participants for the 2022 AWS Space Accelerator. This year’s finalists brought forward pioneering ideas that will draw valuable insights from the depths of the ocean floor to the surface of the moon, and nearly everything in between.

This global group of emerging startups from across the United States, Asia, and Europe was selected from among hundreds of applications by a panel from AWS and AlchemistX. The selected startups each have an inspiring and innovative vision for how to transform the growing global space industry across a diverse set of mission areas, including Earth observation (EO), space situational awareness, launch and propulsion, and space exploration:

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  • May 25, 2022