28 April 2020 Community news

Free live webinars for the small space sector during COVID-19 pandemic

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During this COVID-19 pandemic, ACCESS SPACE ALLIANCE (https://access.space) is organising free live webinars to sponsor the small space sector.

Next webinar on 29 Apr 2020, 14:00-15:30 BST, London. Please register in advance for this webinar and save to your calendar: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_EAQNCzDJRYSbf5daOQEKJQ

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Any questions please send to: tony@access.space.

Webinar Speakers

- Stefan Siarov (System Engineer @Valispace)
Stefan is currently working at Valispace as Systems Engineer as well as Business Development and Marketing Manager. Valispace is a browser-based software that enables engineers to collaboratively design better satellites, rockets and other complex hardware products. Since then, companies such as Airbus, Gomspace, DLR, LuxSpace, Momentus and others have become their customers

- Jean Koivogui (CEO and Founder @Nexafrik)
NEXAFRIKA, startup specialising in the development of geolocation, referencing and addressing solutions in African cities via mobile applications. The application (Mafrika.Online), intended for VSEs and SMEs, logistics and transport companies will be able to reference in a city, all brands or establishments of all categories (commerce, administration, culture, etc.) for make them geolocalisable and navigable via a GPS system.

- Phil Cooper (Account Lead EMEA @Amazon Web Services (AWS) Ground Station)
An established business professional with 19 years experience in the geospatial and EO industry with a broad range of knowledge on spatial software, data capture, geo solutions and implementation of Geo related projects. I have a highly competitive spirit and used to setting and achieving challenging financial and managerial goals, combined with an innovative approach to business always willing to consider the next idea.

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