Australian Companies Form Satellite Analytics and AI Partnership


Southern Cross Space and Quintesens have teamed up to deploy satellite analytics and artificial intelligence into the oil and gas industries. The two Australian companies announced the partnership on June 11, 2024.

“Our partnership creates workflow environments that seamlessly integrate various space-borne data and analytics into a dashboard interface to provide unparalleled insights and flexibility for our clients in the oil and gas sector,” said Southern Cross Space Co-founder and CEO Peter Kinne.

Brisbane-based Southern Cross Space is a space satellite design and manufacturing company, while Gold Coast-based Quintesens is a geospatial decision-support systems company.

Southern Cross wants to leverage Quintesens’ expertise to enhance its space-to-business offerings as it works to become Australia’s top 50kg satellite manufacturer.

“We aim to accelerate our clients’ digital transformation, translating insights into actionable strategies and executive reporting,” added Kinne. “We are poised to deliver unparalleled value and efficiency to our international clients in the oil and gas industry.”

“This partnership represents an exciting milestone for Quintesens,” said Quintesens Director and Co-founder Giovanna Varra. “With more than 15 years of expertise in spatial intelligence, machine learning, AI and platform technologies, Quintesens brings a wealth of industry knowledge to this collaboration.”


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