Category: RIspace

Record number of papers to be presented at RISpace 2018

The RISpace programme has now been published. This year we are presenting a record number of papers – 45 oral papers and 9 posters will be presented at the 16th Reinventing Space Conference. There will additionally be three panels and eight keynote speeches. As usual we are pleased to see our papers reflect the trends …

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All ticket types now available for purchase

The following types of ticket are now available on the RISpace registration page: Full week standard rate tickets Standard day tickets for Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday Full week concession rate tickets Concession rate day tickets for Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday Gala Dinner tickets (Thursday)

The Double Edge Sword Of On-Orbit Servicing: A Blessing Or A Curse?

The Reinventing Space Conference is pleased to confirm the second panel which will be presented at the conference: “The Double Edge Sword Of On-Orbit Servicing: A Blessing Or A Curse?”. The panel will present on Thursday 1 November at No.4 Hamilton Place, London. Commercial satellite operators are excited about the potential of servicing their satellites once …

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The Impending SAR Wars: Who will prevail?

The 2018 Reinventing Space conference is happy to confirm its first panel titled “The Impending SAR Wars: Who will prevail?” According to industry analysis, the commercial Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) market size is estimated to exceed $3.5-4 billion (US) by 2024. High-resolution data and imagery for applications such as Earth observation, weather monitoring, biomass measurement, …

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RISpace Call For Abstracts extended to 9 July

The Call For Abstracts for this year’s Reinventing Space Conference has been extended to finish on Monday 9 July. The focus of the 2018 conference will be on the novel applications that are becoming commercially viable as space technology improves. These include space traffic control, space tourism, in-orbit servicing, debris removal and exploitation,  real-time video from space, space mining …

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Raytheon becomes RISpace bronze sponsor

We are happy to welcome Raytheon as a Bronze Corporate Partner to the British Interplanetary Society and thus to the 16th Reinventing Space conference and exhibition. The Raytheon Company, with 2017 sales of $25 billion and 64,000 employees, is a technology and innovation leader specialising in defense, civil government and cybersecurity solutions. With a history …

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Call for Abstracts closes Monday 26 June 2018

The Call For Abstracts for this year’s Reinventing Space Conference closes at 09:00 British Summer Time on Monday 26 June. The focus of the 2018 conference will be on the novel applications that are becoming commercially viable as space technology improves. These include space traffic control, space tourism, in-orbit servicing, debris removal and exploitation,  real-time video from space, space …

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Call for Abstracts for RISpace 2018 now open

The focus of the 2018 conference will be on the novel applications that are becoming commercially viable as space technology improves. These include space traffic control, space tourism, in-orbit servicing, debris removal and exploitation,  real-time video from space, space mining and more. The 16th Reinventing Space Conference will take place in London, UK between Tuesday 30 October and Thursday …

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RISpace 2018 to be held in London

The 16th Reinventing Space Conference is happy to confirm that it will be returning to London in 2018. RISpace 2018 will be held between 30 October and 1 November 2018 at No. 4 Hamilton Place, London W1J 7BQ At this address, the Royal Aeronautical Society is located and the BIS is happy to be hosting …

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Raytheon becomes RISpace Silver Sponsor

The 15th Reinventing Space Conference is pleased to welcome Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems as Silver Sponsor. From cybersecurity to earth monitoring and data dissemination, Raytheon’s mission solutions span all aspects of space operations. With a 50-year history of 100 percent successful on-orbit performance, Raytheon space sensors continue to provide landmark observations of Earth for advanced …

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