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ACS Professional: SA's Space Industry set to sky-rocket

Special Guest Speaker: Professor Andy Koronios

Registration End Date: Mon, 09 Dec, 12:01 PM

  • where

  • Auditorium, SAHMRI Building
    North Terrace
    Adelaide SA 5000
  • when

  • Event Start: Tue, 10 Dec, 05:30 PM
    Event Finish: Tue, 10 Dec, 07:30 PM
  • event price

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<p>Adelaide’s mission to become a “Space City” had a boost from an announcement that it will be the home of smart satellites. Alongside Space HQ — the Australian Space Agency — and the Mission Control and Space Discovery Centre, Adelaide will be the strategic and decision-making base of the SmartSat co-operative research centre (CRC). The SmartSat CRC is a space industry-focused Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) aimed at catapulting Australia into the global space industry through collaborative research and development. The CRC was recently awarded $55 million in federal government funding as well as over $190 million in cash and in-kind contributions from 85 participants from industry, government and academia.</p> <p>The SmartSat CRC will catalyse the transformation and growth of Australia’s space industry with focussed activity in three key areas: advanced communications, intelligent satellite systems and next generation Earth Observation sensor technologies and analytics.</p> <p>UniSA&#39;s Dean, Industry &amp; Enterprise, Professor Andy Koronios, has played a key role in bidding for, winning and now establishing the CRC and is the CEO designate.</p>

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SFIA Category

Enterprise and business architecture (STPL) - 6

Keynote Speaker

Andreas Peter Koronios

Andreas Peter Koronios

North Terrace,Adelaide,SA,Australia