Opmantek , a leading developer of automated network management software will help NASA put the first woman and next man on the moon. The five-time Queensland Exporter of the Year and two-time Australian Exporter of the Year – has licensed its software to NASA for use in the Kennedy Space Centre, for their upcoming Artemis Missions. The deal was supported by a Trade and Investment Queensland ‘Go Global’ Grant.
In a media statement released yesterday, Queensland Premier and Minister for Trade, The Honourable Annastacia Palaszczuk recognised Opmantek as a highly innovative company showcasing the best of Queensland on the world stage. She said it was “exciting to see them making these truly world-leading advances.”
The 10-year-old company is now exporting its software to 130,000 companies in 178 countries.
Opmantek Chairman, Danny Maher said “We’re passionate about the Gold Coast innovation ecosystem and the wider Australian ecosystem and strong believers in the idea that everyone helps each other.”
“I’m sure most tech companies in the world would love to be involved with a space mission and this grant helped us take that step and make it commercially possible.”