30th May 2023, Cornwall, UK
Cornwall Space Cluster, a dynamic group of businesses aimed at advancing the space industry in Cornwall, is excited to announce its presence at Space Comm Expo in Farnborough, on 7-8 June.
The Cluster brings together a diverse range of businesses, educational institutions, and research organizations with a common vision of driving innovation, research, and development in the Cornwall’s thriving space sector.
Cornwall Space Cluster aims to forge new partnerships, explore investment opportunities, and attract talent to the region. By leveraging the unique strengths and resources available in Cornwall, the cluster aims to contribute to the growth and development of the broader space industry.
At Space Comm Expo, the Cluster will demonstrate its commitment to fostering collaboration and driving growth in the space industry. With a dedicated stand at F18, the cluster and the businesses hope to engage with other businesses, industry experts, and potential partners to highlight Cornwall’s capabilities and potential in the space sector.
Find out about office, lab and satellite integration space at horizontal launch site, Spaceport Cornwall
Goonhilly Earth Station is expanding into the US and Australia.
Aspia Space will be promoting their ClearSky technology – which gives your business unprecedented, cloud-free Earth Observation data intelligence in near time.
Find out about Flann Microwave’s 70 year heritage as a market-leading designer and manufacturer of Antennas, Precision Microwave Components & Test & Measurement products operating between frequencies of 2 to 500GHz & above.
Come and chat all things space, skills and data with award winning consultancy & think tank Space Skills Alliance
Specialists in ultra-lightweight carbon fibre structures, Piran Advanced Composites is currently working with world leading tech & aircraft.
Using the latest manufacturing methodologies, Sellectronics provide flexible turnkey assembly solutions to the space sector.
Embedded software specialists and innovators Bluefruit Software.
Aerospace business Gravitilab tested their UAV and drop pod in Cornwall earlier this year, reaching 2000 ft and delivering a period of microgravity.
Gail Eastaugh, Director of Strategic Partnerships, Cornwall Space Cluster: “Space Comm Expo represents an opportunity for us to showcase the breadth of Cornwall’s space cluster. We are thrilled to be showcasing Cornwall’s supply chain activity and innovation happening within the sector.”