Coriolis Technologies to integrate interplanetary activity tracking into trade software

01/04/22

Coriolis Technologies, a leading provider of trade software, is further advancing its global trade tracking software to accommodate interplanetary trade metrics.

The software will initially be open to all areas of goods and services. It is expected that a highly iterative approach will be necessary to capture the diverse activity expected in this lucrative area.

This initiative follows the Preliminary Assessment made by the US Government’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force (1), stating their ongoing analysis of the potential foreign adversary activity that may have a breakthrough or disruptive technology. Depending on the source of such activity this could open opportunities for an abundance of Trade With Interstellar Territories.

An initial focus will be placed on developing programmes that can parse information from the star systems of Zeta Reticuli, Pleiades and Orion.

 

Coriolis Technologies Chief Digital Officer Kris Makuch said:

“We are excited to be exploring such a new and fascinating area. If indeed the advanced technology identified by the US Military is from more advanced adversaries, it stands to reason that these entities could be incredibly valuable global trade partners. In such a scenario, we want to establish ourselves as early pioneers in interplanetary trade intelligence.”

 


 

  1. US Government’s Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Task Force

 

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