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Infinity Avionics Launches High-Resolution Earth Observation Cameras.

Infinity Avionics, a Canberra-based space sensor company, expands its product offerings to include high-resolution Earth observation cameras. These high-resolution cameras will enable future Australian space missions to capture detailed images of Earth. The Australian Space Agency has recently announced the multi-million-dollar National Space Mission Series for Earth Observation. Infinity Avionics is well placed to support …

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Infinity Avionics Reconfigurable Processors to Fly with SpIRIT Mission

Infinity Avionics provided FPGA based Volkh Processing Platforms to the University of Melbourne. The reconfigurable processors will be used in SpIRIT mission scheduled to be launched in 2022. University of Melbourne SpIRIT mission will break new ground in high-performance autonomous operations, communications, propulsion and thermal management, and be the first Australian-made spacecraft with a foreign …

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Thermal Vacuum Testing of the New Batch of Volkh Processors

Infinity Avionics has successfully completed thermal vacuum qualification campaign of the new batch of Volkh Processors. As part of the Infinity Avionics product quality assurance process, these FPGA based processing platforms were thermally cycled in a vacuum chamber while continually running tests. The devices under test were thermally cycled between -20 degrees and +60 degrees …

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Infinity Avionics: best-in-class avionics solutions for the global satellite market

Last week was an exciting week for the Australian space industry as three Australian satellites were launched on Rocketlab’s ‘They Go Up So Fast’ mission. UNSW Canberra Space launched their M2 twin satellites and established successful communication with both spacecraft shortly after launch. M2 is the most complex and advanced satellite mission ever developed in …

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Infinity Avionics Received ICON Grant

Infinity Avionics has received Innovation Connect (ICON) grant from Canberra Innovation Network in partnership with ACT Government. The grant money will be used to expedite the manufacturing and testing of Volkh processing platform, which is a high performance, reconfigurable, and flight-proven processor for nanosatellites. Infinity Avionics would like to thank Canberra Innovation Network for funding …

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