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Astranis Space Technologies

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Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series C | Alive

Total Raised

$358.07M

Valuation

$0000 

Last Raised

$250M | 2 yrs ago

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About Astranis Space Technologies

Astranis Space Technologies builds small, low-cost telecommunications satellites. The company's mission is to help bring the billions of people who are without internet, online.

Headquarters Location

420 Bryant St.

San Francisco, California, 91407,

United States

415-854-0586

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Astranis Space Technologies Patents

Astranis Space Technologies has filed 1 patent.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Satellite broadcasting
  • Communications satellites
  • Network topology
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

6/28/2020

11/9/2021

Wireless networking, Radio frequency antenna types, Satellite broadcasting, Antennas (radio), Broadcast engineering

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Application Date

6/28/2020

Grant Date

11/9/2021

Title

Related Topics

Wireless networking, Radio frequency antenna types, Satellite broadcasting, Antennas (radio), Broadcast engineering

Status

Grant

Latest Astranis Space Technologies News

Social good and education: The 9 next big things, from fairer refinancing to kid-friendly voice recognition

Nov 17, 2022

For digitizing history In the past, details from the Arolsen Archives, which document Nazi persecution, needed to be found through manual searching. Accenture’s AI and optical character recognition speeds up that process, bringing those documents—and the untold stories of millions affected by World War II—to the public. In the future, anyone in the world will be able to search the archives (which would tower nearly 12 miles high if stacked) and even submit an inquiry about a family member. By satellite standards, Astranis’s MicroGEO is surprisingly compact. [Photo: courtesy of Astranis] Astranis Space Technologies For making smaller satellites to deliver internet Astranis’s MicroGEO satellite is smaller, less expensive, and faster to manufacture than traditional telecommunication satellites. That feat required new electrical components, propulsion systems, radiation-hardening techniques, and more—and will help deliver reliable, and affordable, internet access to the more than four billion people who currently lack it today. The first MicroGEO satellite will go into orbit above Alaska this fall. advertisement For helping international students refinance loans Refinancing your student loans often requires a minimum credit score and a co-signer, and can be tricky for international or DACA students. MPOWER Financing doesn’t—nor does it look at family income or assets. Instead, its algorithm looks at a students’ academic performance, university, degree program, and other factors, allowing graduates to refinance up to $100,000 of education loans from financial institutions around the world. Social Good: Honorable Mention Education: Winners For giving students an interactive and immersive learning environment Using mixed-reality tech such as AR rendering and 3D human motion tracking, Lenovo gives students a holographic experience without the need for any head-mounted devices. Lenovo also offers a transparent display that allows teachers to manipulate 3D objects on the display with their hands. advertisement Quizlet For utilizing AI to improve grading Quizlet uses machine learning and natural language processing to grade a broad assortment of digital flashcards, matching games, electronic assessments, and live quizzes. More recently, the company developed its Smart Grading tool to better assess a student’s written response for signs of conceptual understanding, rather than solely rewarding rote memorization. ReUp Education For giving everyone a chance at a college degree ReUp delivers one-on-one support to adults looking to go back to school and finish what they started. The company’s patented sentiment analysis identifies “natural language markers” that give insights into the student-to-be’s behaviors (much like how resting heart rate is predictive of cardiovascular health). Looking at those markers together, ReUp then creates a persona classification for each individual and provides tailored coaching and intervention techniques. SoapBox Labs For making voice technology more inclusive Soapbox’s speech recognition technology helps applications and products recognize kids’ voices. Using thousands of hours of kids’ speech data from 193 countries, the company trained its AI system to recognize different speech patterns and dialects . Amid the pandemic-fueled global literacy crisis, the company’s proprietary voice engine, which focuses on kids ages 2 to 12, has proven especially useful as an educational tool to evaluate students’ oral reading fluency. advertisement

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Astranis Space Technologies Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Astranis Space Technologies founded?

    Astranis Space Technologies was founded in 2015.

  • Where is Astranis Space Technologies's headquarters?

    Astranis Space Technologies's headquarters is located at 420 Bryant St., San Francisco.

  • What is Astranis Space Technologies's latest funding round?

    Astranis Space Technologies's latest funding round is Series C.

  • How much did Astranis Space Technologies raise?

    Astranis Space Technologies raised a total of $358.07M.

  • Who are the investors of Astranis Space Technologies?

    Investors of Astranis Space Technologies include Refactor Capital, Andreessen Horowitz, Fifty Years Fund, Indicator Ventures, Venrock and 23 more.

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