We develop ultra-reliable computer architectures that can withstand the harsh radiation environment of space by implementing software recovery procedures on FPGA-based computers.
July 1, 2019 – NASA has selected 12 new technology investigations for demonstration on the lunar surface through its Artemis program. RadPC, a novel approach to radiation-tolerant space computing, was one of the technologies that will be carried to the moon on-board the FireFly Blue Ghost lander in 2023.
March 25, 2021 - Resilient Computing was recently awarded a NASA SBIR Phase I award in the 2021 competition. This funding will be used to bring a new type of radiation-tolerant space computing (called RadPC) to market. RadPC will advance space computing performance while providing the necessary reliability for operation in the harsh radiation environment of outer space.
April 7, 2021 – Resilient Computing recently took 1st place in the Montana State University $50k Venture Pitch Competition. This competition was open to Montana-based start-ups and involved pitching their business venture to a panel of venture capitalists and entrepreneurs who chose the winners based on the potential for economic impact on the State of Montana.
October 18, 2021 - Resilient Computing's Moon-bound RadPC goes through suborbital flight tests in advance of planned lunar testing as part of NASA’s Artemis program.
November 12, 2021 - Resilient Computing was one of seven startup companies NASA awarded $90,000 of seed money through its Entrepreneur's Challenge program. The award will advance innovative technologies that will enable small satellite (SmallSat) science missions.
A unique computer technology developed over the past decade at Montana State University is one step closer to being used in spacecraft after winning an award from NASA.
Montana State University researcher launches company to sell computer tech built for space.
November 3, 2021 - Resilient Computing Presents at Early Stage MT Statewide Showcase