SpaceChain Weekly Report (September 16 to 22)
SpaceChain receives grant from European Space Agency while CEO Zee Zheng plays a part in a panel discussion at Milken Institute and UK Director Nick Trudgen finds himself at Interagency Operations Advisory Group (IOAG) meeting. The tech team has delivered the official version of space node software.
ESA Business Applications and Space Solutions, under its Kick-start Activity program, has awarded funding to SpaceChain UK to further develop and identify commercial use-cases for its satellite blockchain technology. Read full story here.
SpaceChain CEO, Zee Zheng plays part in a panel discussion at the Milken Institute Asia Summit 2019 about near-term innovations in the new space economy.
Led by our UK Director Nick Trudgen, SpaceChain is at the Interagency Operations Advisory Group (IOAG) meeting at Goonhilly Earth Station in Cornwall.
Blockchain node in space
- The team delivered the official version of space node software, which has been deployed on the target hardware platform and basic functional tests have been performed for verification of the deployment. Currently there are no potential issues.
- After the delivery is completed, the team designed the corresponding test cases according to the various function points of the space node software, and organized them into a joint test solution for SPC software.
- Next week, the team will work with the platform team to perform a complete, systematic functional test of the space node software.
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