Space Capital Podcast, the playbook for investing in the space economy, is hosted by Chad Anderson, founder and Managing Partner of Space Capital, the world’s leading seed-stage venture capital firm investing in the space economy. Listen for unique insights into startup activity and investment trends from the founders and innovators at the forefront.
Space IQ: Q3 2022 Review
This is the Space Capital podcast and today we’re introducing Space IQ, our quarterly review of startup activity and investment trends in the space economy. We are going to walk through the results published in our Q3 2022 Space Investment Quarterly, explore current market dynamics, and deep dive into specific themes with industry leaders in Satellite communications and Geospatial intelligence.
SkyWatch is enabling a new era in geospatial intelligence by providing developers with the tools they need to efficiently and cost-effectively integrate Earth observation (EO) data into their applications and workflows. The company provides a modern API through which external users can access various types of EO data in high volumes and at fast throughput speeds. The company has two product lines: EarthCache, the simplest way to integrate EO data into any application, and TerraStream, an automated data distribution platform for satellite operators.
K4 Mobility’s mission is to build and operate a secure digital platform to harness the power of the internet for maritime, with an inspiring, clear, and convenient technology path for cutting-edge performance now and in the future.
Download the Q3 2022 Space Investment Quarterly Watch the Space IQ playlist on YouTube SkyWatch website: https://www.skywatch.com/ Microsoft reveals Azure Space Partner Community, SpaceNews SkyWatch Joins Esri Partner Network; Closed Beta ArcGIS Integration, Geospatial World SkyWatch raises $17.2 million in Series B funding round, SpaceNews K4 Mobility website: https://www.k4mobility.com/
Remote Sensing: Unlocking Access
In this eighth episode of the second season of the Space Capital Podcast, we’re speaking with James Slifierz, founder and CEO of SkyWatch, a company that is enabling a new era in geospatial intelligence by providing developers the tools they need to efficiently and cost-effectively integrate Earth observation (EO) data into their applications and workflows.
SkyWatch provides a modern API through which external users can access various types of EO data in high volumes and at fast throughput speeds. The company has two product lines: EarthCache, the simplest way to integrate EO data into any application, and TerraStream, an automated data distribution platform for satellite operators.
Software for Hard Engineering
In this seventh episode of the second season of the Space Capital Podcast, we’re speaking with Lucy Hoag, Co-Founder and CEO of Violet Labs, a company building a cloud-based software integration for complex hardware engineering.
Violet Labs is building cloud-based software integration for complex hardware engineering. We integrate data from software tools used across the engineering lifecycle into a powerful centralized platform, enabling an engineering source-of-truth, bidirectional data update, sophisticated workflow automation, and more. Our team is founded by engineers with experience building spacecraft, launch vehicles, eVTOLs, drones and self-driving cars for companies like SpaceX, Google, DARPA, Lyft and Amazon.
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Climate Mission as a Service
In this sixth episode of the second season of The Space Capital Podcast, we’re speaking with Jonny Dyer, founder and CEO of Muon Space, about how he’s built a truly one-of-a-kind team to tackle one of the greatest opportunities of our lifetime. Muon Space is developing a data-centric platform with a multitude of scientific-grade sensors at global scale. The company sets out to become the turnkey mission provider with the technology, tools and expertise needed to efficiently define, implement and scale diverse remote sensing missions using common, modular software and hardware pieces.
Earth, Moon, and beyond
In this fifth episode of the second season of The Space Capital Podcast, we’re speaking with Justin Cyrus, co-founder and CEO of Lunar Outpost, a robotics company w/ products serving extreme environments on the lunar surface as well as terrestrial industries including mining. Lunar Outpost has two contracted rides to the Moon (both first in human history to their respective locations) and has sold thousands of sensor products on Earth.
Learned a ton
I love this podcast! Every episode brings so much knowledge and they broiled it down to insights that’s straight forward to understand. The team really understand how space tech is creating value for all of us.
This is a very informative podcast and helped me understand more about what’s going on in the space industry. I can’t wait for more episodes.
Deeply insightful podcast about the trajectory of the space industry and investments in the sector. Guest speakers add a thoughtful perspective on areas of development and opportunity in space. Excited for more episodes!