Space Tech Expo Europe to return in November

September 26, 2022

Space Tech Expo Europe, now in its fifth year, is scheduled to take place November 15-17 in Bremen, Germany. The organisers, Smarter Shows (Tarsus) Ltd, expect this year’s event to be the largest iteration to date.

Attendees can keep informed of the latest innovations in technologies for space manufacturing & testing services, components & systems engineering for spacecraft, launcher, and satellite programmes. Exhibitors already signed up for the coming exhibition include Launcher, Leaf Space, ISAR Aerospace, Satlantis, Astroscale, Spire, D-ORBIT, Morpheus Space, Gomedia, Rocket Factory Augsburg and over 400 others.

One presentation which may be of particular interest to Metal AM readers is ‘Challenges and Economics of Today’s Launch Options’, presented by David Caponio, Head of Product and Business Development at Launcher. Launcher is known for its use of Additive Manufacturing in its launch platforms.

Running alongside the exhibit hall, the three free-to-attend conferences each provide a three-day programme. Addressing the key topics which are shaping the sector today, the Industry Conference, Smallsats Conference and Mobility Connectivity Conference will include topics such as space exploration, sustainability, the NewSpace market, downstream services and applications, cyber security, manufacturing capabilities, industry overview and more.

Gordon McHattie, Event Director at Space Tech Expo Europe says: “The 2022 event will be the largest ever Space Tech Expo, bringing together more exhibiting companies than any global space trade fair. Opportunities for industry networking as well as project and business discussions will be abundant and fruitful… we are extremely excited to see the event take shape in Bremen again this year!”

Registration is open here.

www.spacetechexpo-europe.com

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