Be part of the evolving business of Micro Launchers
The demand of Micro Launchers has strongly increased the recent years, and this offers interesting business opportunities. The region of Norrbotten, with Esrange Space Centre and Space Campus as two unique nodes, provides state-of-the-art test environments and launch facilities on European ground.
Testbed Esrange is already today including tests of reusable rocket motors and launching small satellites in the near future. Customers are standing in line and there will be a need of regional suppliers in a variety of areas.
We will focus on how we can collaborate to develop the business opportunities around Micro Launchers, strengthen the space ecosystem and attract innovation, new establishments and investments.
The speakers list will include both national and international representatives from state-of-the-art space companies.
- Learn about the evolving space sector
- Meet representatives from the space sector
- Network and establish long lasting partnerships
- Get insight in how to make business with the space industry
Come join the conversation!
Who to attend
- Space industry
- High-tech suppliers for the space market
- Researchers in the field of space technology
- Space students building up their understanding of the space sector (special programme for students, contact us and we will send you the invotation)
|RIT2021 is organizing this event. |
RIT stands for “Rymd för innovation och tillväxt” which is ”Space for innovation and growth” in English.
RIT2021 is an EU funded project co-operated by Luleå university of technology (LTU) and LTU Business in collaboration with the Institute of Space Physics (IRF) and Arctic Business.
The aim of the project is to create regional growth in the space business, by strengthening R&D collaboration between Academia, the space sector and the innovation support system. The partners involved in the project belong to academia (LTU), Swedish Space Industry (SSC, GKN Aerospace and OHB Sweden), the regional innovation support system (LTU Business, Arctic Business) as well as the public sector (Kiruna and Luleå Municipality, Norrbotten County Council and Sparbanken Nord.
The conference is free of charge but a fee of 1 000 SEK will be invoiced in case of no-show.
Conference coordinator Anette Snällfot Brändström
+46 980 67542
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