Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) has announced the construction of a pair of commercial satellite ground stations in Alice Springs.
Touted as the first development of its kind on Aboriginal owned land in Australia, IBA said the new infrastructure has the potential to reduce the latency for high resolution earth observation imagery down from hours or days, down to minutes.
It said the satellite ground stations will enhance Australia's capability in disaster management, such as dealing with cyclones and bushfires, as well as aid environmental monitoring, border protection, and search and rescue operations.
IBA, which provided the ...
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