History proves that most of the startups or talents representing the #NewSpace movement have grown from a successful technological demonstration of payloads. That’s why it’s crucial to catalog those missions and guide the entrepreneurs entering the small satellite industry.
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Precious Payload is growing fast as a GCC-leading commercial space-tech startup, providing launch procurement and satellite mission management services. To aid in this expansion, it has launched a new internship program in the UAE and is seeking a UAE-based intern to help map the international small satellite market, maintain and update its CRM, provide weekly market analysis, and much more.
Precious Payload is hiring a full stack to enhance its development team. It is looking for full-stack developers who feel as comfortable writing the front end as the back end. Dev-ops advocates who know how to (and are not afraid to) work with the servers in the Linux environment are especially encouraged to apply.
Earth observation business is a tasty morsel for both small startups and well-seasoned players on the space market. Precious Payload’s CEO Andrew Maximov sat down to talk with Awais Ahmed, founder and CEO of Pixxel, an innovative space startup from India working in the Earth observation business, about ways for startups to gain a foothold in this sector of the space industry, discuss the various hurdles on the way to dominating the EO market as well as the best ways for collected satellite imagery to find its way to the end-user.
Precious Payload, a US space-tech startup that makes planning and execution of satellite missions easier by taking care of the paperwork, mission, and supply chain management, announced today that it has completed a $1.2 m round of Seed financing led by Silicon Valley venture capitalist Tim Draper.
Precious Payload, a US-based software company creating a set of modern digital tools for satellite teams, expanded its reach by opening a new office in Abu Dhabi.
The United Arab Emirates has just recently developed its space sector and policy, forming various government entities and
Precious Payload, a space-tech company building SaaS products for the satellite industry, makes the planning and execution of space missions easier by taking care of the paperwork, technical analysis, and supply chain management, was selected from a large field of applicants to win a spot in the prestigious incentive program in Abu Dhabi, UAE.
Precious Payload is now a part of the first batch in the aerospace-themed Gothams Hub71 Accelerator in the UAE. The new program kicked off in the first week of October in Abu Dhabi. Our team was selected to join the cohort of 5 early-stage technology
Interview with Negar Feher, VP of Product and Business Development of Momentus
At the beginning of the summer, we have had an amazing tour to Momentus facilities, a space tug factory in Silicon Valley. We continue our #knowyouroptions series to feature NewSpace entrepreneurs and inspire more