Sunday, February 28, 2021

How to advance fourth industrial revolution skills in Africa

Science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education and space education are must-haves in the fourth industrial revolution (4IR). And Africa and African students don't...

Science & Astronomy

#NewSpaceAfrica Column

2020 In Review – Eurêka Géo

Eurêka Géo is a vocational professional training institute whose activities revolve around the federation of actors in the space ecosystem, Research and Development in...

2020 In Review – Geosmart

GeoSmart is a Newspace company in Africa, offering geospatial services. GeoSmart describes itself as finding solutions to geographical problems by combining out-of-the-box geospatial thinking...

2020 in Review – SCS Space

SCS Space was responsible for the launch of South Africa’s first commercially developed nanosatellite, nSight-1, which was built on the space heritage of two...
XinaBox co-founder, Judi Sandrock

2020 in Review – XinaBox

XinaBox produces a range of 80+ modular "xChips", which includes cores/CPUs, sensors, power, communication, output, and storage. The xChips can be clipped together using...

2020 In Review – Netloxh

The African Space Industry promises impressive growth, especially in the next four years. As African satellites are expected to increase, there is a growing...

2020 In Review – Luvhone Engineering

Luvhone Engineering and Consulting Partners (Pty) Limited is a South African company, based in Johannesburg. The company trades under the brands One aerospace, One...

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