Four nanosatellites have been successfully launched into space today, driven by the European Space Agency’s pioneer program. The satellites, which are about the size of shoe boxes and are mainly built in Glasgow by the UK company spire global, are one of the most intelligent satellites in the history of the UK. Although the main purpose of these satellites is to monitor the course of navigation, the British space agency says they can do almost all the work of conventional satellites. < / P > < p > of the four nanosatellites, two of them have supercomputers, which will use machine learning algorithms to predict the position of ships, and then track the arrival time of ships at the port, which will help port authorities effectively manage the terminal. The other two act as repeaters between satellites to send data to each other and transmit it to the ground station, which will shorten the time between data collection and transmission. “With the support of the UK government’s funding of 10 million pounds, these extraordinary nanosatellites will not only help to forecast global trade and make businesses more cost-effective, but will also ensure that the UK is always at the forefront of satellite development,” said Amanda solovie, UK science minister. The idea of nanosatellites has been around for some time. However, in recent years, due to the improvement of optical and remote sensing technology, the market of this kind of satellite has been greatly developed. Among other advantages, nanosatellites allow us to observe the earth’s environment in a complex and regular way. The British government believes that the launch of these four nanosatellites will bring new opportunities to the satellite communication market. Global Tech