The Q2 2020 total investment was $672m including $346m investment into SpaceX. Compared to Q2 2019, which also included a sizeable SpaceX investment, the Q2 20 investment saw an increase of 12%.
04.08.2020. The Impact of the Covid-19 on the Venture Investment in the Global Space Technology (Seraphim Space Index Q2 2020)
09.04.2020. LoReTT_CosmoNews. RapidEye Constellation is now “retired”
RapidEye satellites will no longer collect imagery for commercial or noncommercial use, but their contributions to Earth observation will always remain in our digital memories.
30.03.2020. LoReTT_CosmoNews. Airbus completes In Orbit Commissioning of CHEOPS
Airbus has received confirmation from ESA of a successful end to the In Orbit Commissioning of CHEOPS (CHaracterising ExOPlanet Satellite).
23.03.2020. LoReTT_CosmoNews. Coronavirus: Satellite track nitrogen dioxide emissions drop over China & Italy
As the coronavirus pandemic continues to spread around the globe, more and more regulations surrounding work and travel have been put in place to reduce the risk of transmission.
21.02.2020. LoReTT_CosmoNews. MAXAR Open Data Response to the Australian Wildfires
Record-breaking temperatures and months of severe drought have fueled a series of massive bushfires across Australia.
02.02.2020. World Wetlands Day: Lake George from Space
World Wetlands Day is celebrated internationally each year on 2 February. It marks the anniversary of the signing of the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance, known as the Ramsar Convention, in Ramsar, Iran, on 1971.
20.01.2020. Meet LoReTT at BETT 2020 in London!
Bett is the first industry show of the year in the education technology landscape, bringing together over 800 leading companies, more than 100 new EdTech startups and over 34,000 attendees.
12.07.2018. For the first time image of high resolution was received from the "Aist-2D" satellite by Russian Laboratory complex for satellite monitoring "LoReTT"
Image of high resolution from the Russian satellite "Aist-2D" (in Russian it means bird “a stork”) was received by the Laboratory complex for satellite monitoring "LoReTT" (LoReTT - Local Real Time Tool). The spacecraft "Aist-2D" transmitted data of the territory of Perth city (Australia) on June 15, 2018. It was the first time when such detailed image (spatial resolution of 2 m) of the Earth from space acquired on antenna that does not have rotational device traditional for such technologies, and instead of this feed is moved above the fixed antenna dish. This approach made it possible to simplify the design of the antenna, making it more mobile, universal and substantially cheaper than analogues. Note that previously, low resolution data was successfully received from Terra and Aqua satellites.
23.03.2018. Engineering company "LoReTT" became the resident of the "Skolkovo" innovation center
On March 23, 2018, the innovative start-up "LoReTT" was included in the register of participants in the project for the creation and operation of the “Skolkovo” Innovation Center under # 1122098. Since that time, the engineering company "LoReTT" is a full participant of this project for the cluster "Space Technologies and Telecommunications". The activities of the Skolkovo project participants are regulated by the Federal Law No. 244-FZ of September 28, 2010 "On the Skolkovo Innovation Center”. The application for participation in the “Skolkovo” Innovation Center project was submitted to the "Complex with fixed antenna reflector for receiving data from low orbital Earth observation satellites", which was named LoReTT (Local Real Time Tool).
22.02.2018 "LoReTT" Company acted as a partner of the Olympiad NTI-2018
The Olympics of the National Technological Initiative (NTI) are team engineering competitions of schoolchildren. Participants of the Olympics in the team selection round decide the real engineering tasks, and in the course of the full-time finals they try their hand at solving the problems of the industry with help of modern engineering equipment. "Lorett" Company acted as a partner of the Olympiad NTI-2018. Read more>>>