Highlighting the trends that will define space enterprise a decade from now
The global economic climate is creating demand to reduce expenditure, leading to new challenges and opportunities in the world’s space industry. The need to create dramatically reduced cost, more responsive systems and launchers capable of delivering to space quickly, cheaply and reliably has never been more vital.
The 13th Reinventing Space Conference will be held between the 9-12 November this year in Oxford, UK. The focus of the 2015 conference will be on the commercialisation of space and will address a range of topics including low cost launch opportunities, the rebirth of constellations, beyond LEO activities and novel technologies.
RIspace brings together industry, agency, government, financiers, academia and end users for a networking opportunity in the low cost access arena which is second to none. The conference and exhibition is organised by the British Interplanetary Society.
The afternoon of Monday 9 November is our “pre conference day” to which delegates are welcome. The main three day conference and exhibition takes place between Tuesday 10 and Thursday 12 November. There will also be an optional extra day on Friday 13 November with site tours of the UK space industry.
- Access to Space
- Applications and Commercialisation
- Beyond LEO
- LEO Activities
- Space Debris Mitigation
- The Small Sat Revolution
- The New Economics of Space Access
- Global Trends that will Define the New Space Age
- Mark Boggett, Managing Director, Seraphim Capital
- Daniel Faber, Chief Executive Officer, Deep Space Industries
- Jonathan Firth, Executive Vice President, Spaceport & Program Development, Virgin Galactic
- Dave Parker, Director General, UK Space Agency
- Silvio Sandrone, Vice President Strategic Partnership, Airbus Safran Launchers
- Micah Walter-Range, Director, Research & Analysis, Space Foundation
- Pat Wood, Managing Director, SSTL
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