Australian Space Agency: Business Consultations

Consultations are ongoing nationwide – the Australian Space Agency wants to hear from businesses and organisations in the space industry as well as those in the broader economy, that is:

Organisations that could apply space applications and technologies in other sectors plus businesses that could contribute to the space sector.

Priority Areas Consultative Forums:
These forums are aimed at businesses with capabilities specific to the priority areas as identified below:

Robotics and Automation – 20 August, Brisbane
Communications Technologies – 24 August, Sydney

State and Territory Industry Consultative Forums:
Each forum session is aimed at businesses located within the specific state or territory:

ACT – 13 August, Canberra
NSW – 16 August, Sydney
SA – 17 August, Adelaide
QLD – 20 August, Brisbane
WA – 22 August, Perth
VIC – 23 August, Melbourne
NT – 27 August, Darwin
TAS – 29 August, teleconference
To register your attendance, visit: Australian Space Agency – State and Territory space industry consultative forums.

Whilst they appreciate that there is a lot of interest in the Australian Space Agency; these consultations are specifically for members of the space industry and those in the broader economy sectors described above and, as such, are not intended for the general public or members of the media.

For general enquiries relating to the Australian Space Agency, please visit space.gov.au or email: enquiries@space.gov.au

For media enquiries relating to the Australian Space Agency, please email: media@industry.gov.au or phone (02) 6213 6308.

 

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