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USSF Chooses Three Ideas from Employees to Drive Innovation in Space Technology

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USSF Chooses Three Ideas from Employees to Drive Innovation in Space Technology

The U.S. Space Force has has selected three ideas to drive innovation in space technology in its competition aimed at promoting innovative thinking among its workforce.

Space Systems Command Chief Lt. Gen. Michael Guetlein said the Fight Tonight program seeks to engage creative individuals in nurturing an idea that would help maintain a secure space domain.

The Allied Exchange Environment project, the overall winner of the competition, is focused on building a new standardized interface for the United States and its allies to share data from the Unified Data Library and cybersecurity best practices in real time, DefenseScoop reported.

Other projects include using the Aalyria Spacetime software platform for orchestrating various types of networks and the Data Exploitation and Enhanced Processing-Radio Frequency project.

The Space Force introduced the competition in 2022 when it selected seven ideas that would help develop more resilient space systems.

Aside from cultivating innovation internally, the service branch is also working with U.S. allies to advance innovations in the space technology field.

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