Space Company CEO Caroline Roberts an RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Finalist
PEMBROKE, Ontario, Sept. 19, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Thoth Technology Inc. is pleased to congratulate President and CEO, Dr. Caroline Roberts, as a Finalist for the 2018 RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur TELUS Trailblazer Award. The RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards recognize the country’s leading female entrepreneurs. In its 26th year, the program is a Women of Influence initiative advancing Canadian women. Out of over seven thousand nominees in 2018, 23 finalists have been selected to represent the seven award categories.
AGI and Thoth Technology announce world’s first commercial deep space radar
(Exton, PA) — A collaboration between Analytical Graphics Inc. (AGI) and Thoth Technology brings the 46-meter radio astronomy antenna at the Algonquin Radio Observatory (ARO) to the commercial space situational awareness (SSA) market. Unlike other commercial radars, the ARO is capable of tracking objects at Geostationary Earth Orbit (GEO) and beyond. Until now, all radars with comparable capabilities have been government-owned.
Thothx Releases Space Elevator Animation
(Pembroke Ont.) – Thoth Technology Inc. has released a two minute video animation of the ThothX space elevator. The animation features a ThothX tower reaching 15 kilometers above Earth with hotels and an observation deck. Space planes take off in a single stage to low Earth orbit and return to a rooftop runway for refueling. The animation features “Elevator,” a song by the United Kingdom band, Space Elevator.
Canadian company granted second U.S. patent for space elevator
(Pembroke, Ont.) – Thoth Technology Inc. has secured further patent protection for their space elevator technology. The invention, published in this weeks United States Patent Gazette, describes an innovative new space elevator car mounting method.
Canadian company granted U.S. patent for space elevator
(Toronto, Ont.) – Canadian space company, Thoth Technology Inc., has been granted the United States patent for a space elevator. Announced today in the USPTO’s Official Gazette, the freestanding space tower is pneumatically pressurized and actively-guided over its base. Reaching 20 km above the planet, it would stand more than 20 times the height of current tall structures and be used for wind-energy generation, communications and tourism.