Recently, during a major collaboration between Nokia, Microsoft and the South Australian Government Contractual They signed up for the development of space technologies, and now we are facing an interesting triple partnership. The contract partners plan to combine space technology, 5G, artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies to define a new digital age in the world and help develop Australia’s space industry.
Microsoft’s Azure space group has been hosted by South Australian Governor Steven Marshall and is now setting up an office in Lat Fortin, Australia. In addition, Steven Marshall said that in the future, this partnership with Microsoft and Nokia could strengthen the position of the Australian space industry in the world.
The partnership between Microsoft, Nokia and the South Australian Governorate could lead to the development of new technologies using space and 5G technology, while also boosting Australian jobs. But it must be said that these are not the only goals of this cooperation. The three intend to work together to create more diversity in education and job creation in the natural sciences, technology, engineering and mathematics. These four fields are called STEM, which stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
This partnership has far more goals than the first partnership between Microsoft’s Azure space team and another company. Some time ago, Microsoft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise worked together to help astronauts on the International Space Station make the most of the station’s limited Internet capacity.