The biannual forum, supported by the Australian Space Agency, aims to provide opportunities to "stimulate ideas, share information about emerging technologies and discuss industry trends".
The free event takes place on Thursday, 9 May, and follows on from a successful 6th SA Space Forum that attracted over 500 participants.
In a release, Nova Systems said it is committed to enhancing the capability and competitiveness of the Australian space sector and has a strategic interest in solving problems of national interest through:
- Enabling future satellite communications through the creation of research and development initiatives aimed at optimisation of future space and ground segments through modelling, simulation and training;
- Next generation ground stations to provide space ground connectivity for small satellite operators through strategic access to spectrum licences and site infrastructure at our ground station precinct;
- Tackling the predictive and interpretation aspects of space situational awareness for the nation’s space-based infrastructure, while also improving the user-data interface; and
- Space capability upskilling through specialist training and support to Australian industry and government in space systems. including the certification and regulation of the space environment and student internships to support the development of Australia’s future space engineers.
Nova Systems is an Australian-owned and operated global professional service provider, specialising in the "provision of technology enabling solutions and world-class expertise to deliver complex capabilities and systems and solve technologically challenging problems".
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