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The Future of Space Manufacturing Tech Highlighted at CES 2019

8 Feb 2019, 19:20 UTC
The Future of Space Manufacturing Tech Highlighted at CES 2019
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Exploring Tech and Advanced Materials Innovation in Space SuperSession at CES 2019 [image credit: ISS National Lab]The Future of Space Manufacturing Tech Highlighted at CES 2019Made In Space presented at CES 2019 alongside the ISS National Lab and Hewlett Packard Enterprise.Space enabled manufacturing aims to leverage the microgravity environment to produce advanced materials for global markets that are only possible via manufacturing in space.The International Space Station is enabling commercial space companies to experiment and scale their business models thereby benefiting the emerging market in low Earth orbit.https://medium.com/media/8cfcb3556973278bf79e3d1bbfac70ac/hrefLast month, the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) took place in Las Vegas and captured the fascination of a global audience as major brands and innovators showcased the latest advancements in technologies. Amidst the glitzy wearables, LED screens, and next-gen robotics, the International Space Station (ISS) took center stage during the Exploring Tech and Advanced Materials Innovation in Space SuperSession.The session highlighted how innovative companies are leveraging the space station to enhance their tech and products. The panel featured Andrew Rush, CEO, Made In Space; Dr. Mark Fernandez, Americas HPC Technology Officer, Hewlett Packard Enterprise; and Dr. Liz Warren, Associate Program Scientist, International Space Station U.S. National Laboratory.Andrew Rush, CEO, @MadeInSpace details the ...

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