Fleet Space Technologies, an Australian space startup company, is building a network of nanosatellites to deliver a global backhaul service for the Internet of Things. This service will enable the integration of devices in out-of-the-way places -- remote mines, ocean-going vessels, commercial forests, etc. -- into the world of cloud computing.
US-ATMC 25th Anniversary Series of Public Seminars: Theme for 2017is "The Rise of Commercial Space Businesses in Asia"
Thursdays, 4:30 – 5:50 pm
October 5 – December 7, 2017
Distinguished guest speakers present new trends among firms from Asia or targeting Asia with businesses related to outer space, including telecommunications, space debris removal, payload launch services, space medicine, etc.
Flavia Tata Nardini began her career at the European Space Agency as Propulsion Test Engineer, before she joined TNO to apply her technical knowledge to advanced space propulsion engineering projects. She rapidly became involved in project management and business development within the space and defence domain and after that she was assigned to developed international relations and identified business opportunities in the Middle East. After establishing the business in Qatar, she return to her love of space propulsion systems, and has successfully completed full lifecycle development of satellites and several micro thrusters currently flying on actual space missions (Delfi Program's CubeSats). During her time at TNO, she has filed two patents in both rocket and satellite propulsion and has written several papers on Micro Propulsion Systems and Space Debris Removal Technologies.