20 September 2019
We’re proud to announce that we’ll be exhibiting at the 2019 UK Space Conference from 24th-26th September at Newport’s newly-opened ICC Wales. This biennial, flagship event draws together the very best of the space community, with participants and exhibitors from governments, private companies, investors and academia.
Leading our efforts in the space sector, Simon Willmore, Head of Mission Systems, said:
“The conference will give us an unrivalled opportunity to meet, network and help shape the landscape for the UK Space industry over the years to come. We know that we can play an important part in reducing the technical and commercial risks that many organisations in the space industry face, and that we can help them achieve their full commercial value and keep making important scientific discoveries. We’ll be showcasing a range of our capabilities, from systems engineering and programme management to software development and VR.”
BMT Test Analyst, celebrated science writer, amateur astronomer and Fellow of the Royal Astronomical Society Nick Howes will be speaking at 1pm on Wednesday to share his vision about how advanced space operations can be made possible through virtual and augmented reality.
“The pioneering work we’ve been doing with VR and AR for our defence customers has dramatically improved the way they train and has laid the foundations for some amazing advancements in digital twinning. We’ll be demonstrating and showcasing what’s possible with this new technology at our stand throughout the week”.
To speak to Simon Willmore or any of our expert team about how we can help solve your technical and commercial challenges, please visit us on stand D1 by the innovation zone.
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