Fluency Marketing confirms ESA for SpaceAM conference

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Fluency Marketing has announced that representatives from the European Space Agency (ESA) will join SpaceAM which takes in Leicester on 15-16 September 2020.

The ESA is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. Representatives will provide and update on the Tubesat-POD (TuPOD) project; the first satellite completely manufactured using additive manufacturing technologies.

We are living in a world that is critically dependent on space technology and with that comes the need for advanced materials to deliver the best possible opportunities and outcomes for the space industry. SpaceAM will give you the chance to discover and join the growing global community that is working together to develop and launch innovation in orbit and beyond.

The conference organisers are looking for speakers who have a clear passion for innovation from across the industry and there are plenty of opportunities in our call for papers to share your experiences and developments and get involved in this event.

Siobhan Longhurst, Fluency Marketing’s events director, said: “We are really pleased that ESA has decided to join the event and look forward to an update on their latest innovative project. The event is set to be a real eye-opener and a great opportunity for attendees to get involved in this exciting growth industry.”


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