Russia?s Grishin Robotics invests in democratization of space exploration

Russia?s Grishin Robotics invests in democratization of space explorationGrishin Robotics, the first global robotics investment company, has agreed to invest $300,000 in NanoSatisfi, a US?based nanosatellite developer.

Grishin Robotics, the first global robotics investment company, is investing $300,000 in NanoSatisfi, a US?based nanosatellite developer, Russia Today reported. With the funds raised the American company hopes to enable any person across the world to look into space via the Internet for just $250 a week. NanoSatisfi is reported to have plans to funnel the money into developing a web-based platform enabling direct access to the nanosatellites primarily for educational organizations. The US company wants to thereby make nanosatellites accessible by more than 250,000 people in the course of next year. ?NanoSatisfi disrupts and truly democratizes the space industry, making it much more accessible to a wider audience than ever before. The number of launched satellites is projected to nearly double in 2020 in comparison to 2013, and the company is very well positioned to become a leader in this emerging market?, said Dmitry Grishin, the founder of Grishin Robotics. Peter Platzer, the founder of NanoSatisfi, compares modern nanosatellites to robots in space. ?Our common mission is to use nanosatellites to expand people?s possibilities and provide access to space to millions across the world...