Ubotica Technologies, a leader in SPACE:AI, has announced it has been selected by the European Commission as a key participant in the ARCHYTAS project, a groundbreaking initiative to develop cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence (AI) accelerators for defence applications.

Funded by the European Defence Fund, ARCHYTAS brings together leading technology firms and research institutions to advance AI capabilities through innovative hardware and software solutions.

Ubotica’s SPACE:AI technology, a revolutionary platform that brings AI processing directly to Earth Observation satellites, will play a central role in the project.

By analysing data in orbit, SPACE:AI enables faster threat detection, classification, and response times for defence applications.

This eliminates the need to transmit massive amounts of data to Earth, improving efficiency and mission effectiveness.

Funded by the European Defence Fund (EDF), ARCHYTAS aims to revolutionise AI for defence by developing faster, more energy-efficient, and cost-effective AI solutions tailored to meet the unique challenges of defence applications.

By harnessing novel technologies, ARCHYTAS will enhance the capabilities of AI accelerators, enabling more effective defence operations.

The EDF, a key initiative of the European Union, bolsters Europe’s defence capabilities by funding collaborative research and development projects.

It fosters innovation and cooperation across member states, companies, and research institutions to develop cutting-edge defence technologies.

By supporting projects from research to final products, the EDF aims to strengthen the EU’s strategic autonomy and resilience in an increasingly complex security landscape.
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