Frazer-Nash will be exhibiting at the 11th Australian Space Forum, taking place on 31 March 2021 at the Adelaide Convention Centre.
The bi-annual event brings together the best and brightest from Australia’s space industry and around the globe, and features keynote addresses from space industry leaders, and panels covering the national space landscape, quantum engineering and communication technology, advanced manufacturing and space science education. In 2021, the event will be delivered through both face-to-face and virtual sessions.
Australia’s Space Campaign Manager, Linton Smith said:
“Our systems engineering expertise helps space projects take flight. As one of the leading engineering firms supporting the burgeoning Australian Space industry, we are proud to be a planetary sponsor of the Andy Thomas Space Foundation and we’re really looking forward to taking part in the Australian Space Forum.
“We can help Australia’s space sector bridge the gap between its bright and brave ideas, and its successful, operational systems. Come and see us for a chat at our booth in the Exhibition Hall to find out more.”
In addition to showcasing Frazer-Nash’s space expertise at the Space Forum, the company will also be taking part in the Space Passport initiative, organised and run by the Advanced Technology Program. Space Passport provides an avenue for secondary and tertiary students to engage with exhibitors, learning about future career possibilities and being inspired to develop their scientific skills.
Linton invited students to come and meet the team, saying:
“Two of Frazer-Nash’s bright stars, Graduate Engineer, Marceline Overduin, and Senior Engineer, Henry Atkins, will be available at the event to discuss their experiences with visiting students, from starting their careers with Frazer-Nash to what the future holds for them.