Poland’s FP Space, AAC Microtec/Clyde have ambitious goals for hyperspectral Intuition-1 satellite

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — The Polish FP Space consortium has contracted with AAC Microtec’s Clyde Space subsidiary to build a cubesat carrying what FP said will be the first-ever hyperspectral-image-segmentation processor.

The 6U, 10-kilogram Intuition-1 is scheduled for launch into low Earth orbit in late 2022, with AAC Clyde providing the satellite’s platform and integration under a contract valued at 500,000 British pounds ($637,000).

The FP Space consortium is composed of Future Processing, FP Instruments and KP Labs, with KP Labs providing the . . .

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