US Air Force exports space pitch day to UK. Result: Contract winners from US, UK, India, Australia

by Peter B. de Selding

PARIS — The 30-nation NATO alliance wants to adopt space pitch days to access promising new technologies in the wake of the first International Space Pitch Day, funded by the U.S. and British military, which resulted in about $500,000 being distributed among 10 companies, including one from a non-Five-Eyes nation, India.

An Australian startup was also among the winners, as were three British startups and five from the United States:

The final competition, held Nov. 17 as part of . . .

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