Have you ever wondered, who owns space? Or maybe pondered about solutions for World hunger and climate change? Would you want to know what it takes to access the possibilities of space technology?
Future Female is back with a bang and what would be better than heading straight to space? During the meetup we will learn what space technology really is and what it could mean for us in the future.
17.15 Arrival & Registration
17.30 Complimentary drinks and snacks
18.00 Welcome by Reaktor & Future Female, introduction of the new network development team
18.15 Juha-Matti Liukkonen – Space technology: what, where and how?
19.15 Jaan Praks – How has space technology changed the world and where it can take
20:00 Networking, snack & drinks
21:00 End of Meetup
Juha-Matti Liukkonen, Director, Space & Robotics, Reaktor
Juha-Matti is a systems architect with broad experience in different ICT technologies and fields of application, with focus on open source technologies, security, and embedded solutions. Currently, he is keen on finding practical business solutions from robotics and space technology and making everyday business smarter. Juha-Matti has quickly become the go-to person for businesses looking for space related IoT services and radically better business solutions. He’s also a huge fan of common sense and wishes to spread Reaktor’s best practices to client companies as well.
Jaan Praks, Assistant Professor, Department of Radio Science and Engineering at Aalto University
Jaan Praks, the leader of Finnish Aalto-1 and Aalto-2 satellite projects, has been involved in Earth Observation and space technology topics for years (actually decades). He has been working with airborne imaging systems, spacebore and airborne radars and small satellite missions. He has been involved in creation of many missions and many space tech start-ups. Currently he is teaching Earth Observation and space technology at Aalto University. He is also a popular speaker on space technology topics
You do not want to miss this so sign up by 18th November.
This event is free of charge but you need to register in Eventbrite.