The Australian Space Agency has tapped global firm Frazer-Nash Consultancy to deliver specialist support services for its national space program.
The agreement includes the provision of risk management and technical support services for the Australian Space Agency, including launch and return services and technical support in the field of high-powered rockets.
“It is exciting to be at the forefront of Australia’s burgeoning space industry,” Frazer-Nash Consultancy Australian director Jonathan Armstrong said.
“Frazer-Nash is well positioned with our decades of aerospace experience and operational capability in the space domain.
“Our team, led by senior business manager Damien Farrell, is looking to bring our business and technical space expertise to support the Australian Space Agency.”
The Australian Space Agency is a division of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science and was established in 2018 to develop the local industry.
The space agency’s work includes supporting the growth of local SMEs, enhancing export opportunities, and partnering with peer organisations like NASA on its Moon to Mars initiative.
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