Updated: Aug 28
BG is investing into new technology built along side U.S. Space Force requirements of enhancing lunar intelligence and develop cybernetic autonomy capabilities for U.S. Space Force's satellites.
This technology provides cybernetic autonomy to spacecraft by providing a deterministic expert-system that allows for the spacecraft to independently navigate deep space purely based on observations in the space environment (stars, planets, asteroids, etc.). This proprietary cybernetic autonomy capability provides high-intelligence value to the USSF/IC by enabling a cybernetic constellation of stealth satellites in cislunar space to ensure U.S. dominance in the Earth-Moon system.
At a Glance Company: BG Military Tech Manager: Boston Global Sector: Space Geography: United States of America Investment Period: Initial term of 5 years Minimum Investment: US$500k Structure: Unit Trust Investors Eligibility: Professional or Sophisticated (S708) Investors Only Target Equity Raise: US$2.5 to $5.5m LVR Operating: 0% Application Fee: 1% Fees: 2% pa with a performance fee of 20% over a hurdle of 8% Website: www.bostonglobal.com.au
$1.55m Or 91%
Cost reduction for navigating and controlling satellites, for 26 satellites by $75.5m pa
Currently being used;
Nuclear missile monitoring
Ukraine battle field while Russia blocks GPS
Areas of focus:
Installation of device on all Nuclear missiles
Expansion of lunar satellites
Continual development of app for application in battlefield
low orbit satellites - low priority
Planes - low priority
Submarines - low priority