How space tech impacts us all
Jul 21, 2021
Space tech developments aren’t just a battle between middle aged billionaires. Nor is it a Cold War leftover.
The technologies we use every day to watch TV and hail a taxi rely on connections in space. As the cost of space tech falls, and VC investment in the sector rises, the opportunities for business and consumer innovation open up.
Listen to this episode with Dr James Lambert, Head of Operations at private space tech company Pulsar Fusion, to get an overview of this fascinating industry.
- The cost of getting satellites into space is falling, which means more companies are using space technology.
- Space tech is particularly useful to scan images of the Earth to answer specific questions, such as: where shall we mine for gold?
- The companies that can reduce the cost of getting satellites into space or connecting space hardware with Earth level software, are those getting the most interest from investors today.
- Innovations by private space companies, rather than governments, have driven down the cost of space tech.
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