This year’s Reinventing Space (RISpace) Conference on 28-29 November promises to be particularly exciting, focusing on some of the most cutting-edge technologies in the industry – technologies that have the potential to be global game-changers, not only for the space community, but for all of humankind.
The conference will take place at the Aerospace Bristol Museum with presentations on the following topics:
Monday 28 November:
- Space Based Nuclear Power
- Satellite On-orbit Refuelling
- Novel Propulsion
- Multi-satellite Deployment Missions
- Orbit Data Processing
- Space-based Manufacture
- In-situ resource utilisation
- Reinventing the UK supply chain
- Solar System Communications
- Life sciences and microgravity
- Power Sats: The economics of beaming vs in-situ manufacturing
Tuesday 29 November:
- Space-Based Solar Power (SBSP)
- SBSP Concepts: CASSIOPeiA, SPS Alpha
- SBSP Technology: the challenges and opportunities
- Regulation and Finance
- International Collaboration
- The Space Energy Initiative
A parallel Student/Careers Day will also take place on Tuesday 29 November, run by the BIS NextGen Network and UKSEDS, supporting our future generation.
On the evening of 29 November, the Sir Arthur Clarke Gala Dinner and Awards will be hosted, recognising important achievements in the space industry during the previous year.
The RISpace conference and exhibition, organised by the British Interplanetary Society (BIS), is now in its 19th year and attracts some of the best minds, innovators and organisations in the space industry and provides an opportunity to share ideas and network with key players.