What impact is Covid-19 having on the space technology supply chain?
With the world forced to adjust to a new reality we’ve been delving into the impact Covid-19 is really having on the aerospace sector. We reached out to the community and they responded allowing us to measure the impact Covid-19 is having on business operations and purchasing priorities across the space technology supply chain.
How can we ensure the investment climate remains strong and will continue to support (small) start-ups and larger organizations globally? Watch on-demand as our panel of experts give their opinions.
Meet your technical objectives by finding the latest services and technologies from across the supply chain for civil, military and commercial space.
Space Technology: Robotics • Satellite technology • Optical systems, Propulsion • Launch services • Small scale satellites Test & Measurement: NDT / Materials testing • Environmental • Electrical, Data acquisition • Sensors • Automation • Microscopy Satellite networking • Simulation & Modelling • Data processing• Cyber security Space Situational Awareness: GNSS evolution • Advanced GNC also on ground • Communications systems • Earth observation • Space debris • Space weather • NEO (asteroids, comets etc) • Protection systems Electronics: Manufacturing • Electronic design • PCB & IC (Inc. FPGA, ASIC etc) • Space qualified components • Interconnect • cable & wire • Electrical systems Mechanical: Precision machining • Additive manufacturing • Mechanical design • Tooling • Components (valves, filters etc) • Mechanical Systems Materials: Surface technology • Surface coating • Composites & lightweight materials • Metals & raw materials
Nikki Malcolm, Business Development Manager, Element Materials Technology
Al Tadros, Space Infrastructure & Civil Space, MAXAR Technologies
Dr Raymond 'Corky' Clinton, Associate Director, Science & Technology Office, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center