On May 25th and 26th in the beautiful historic setting of the Norman Swabian Castle of Mesagne, the third edition of the Global Space Economic Workshop (GSEW@Italy) entitled “Additive Manufacturing in Space to boost entrepreneurship, sustainability and economic growth” will take place. The event is organized by the Aerospace Technology District with the Italian Space Agency (ASI) and the European Space Agency (ESA) and is supported by the Region of Puglia and under the patronage of the Municipality of Mesagne and the Province of Brindisi.
The program involves leaders and high-level representatives from institutions, academia advocacy, and the space and non-space industry.
During the two days, the focus will be on opportunities arising from the use of 3D printing for space activities (building lunar modules, building satellites, engines, thrusters, rockets, etc.) and initiatives to support business generation. Additive Manufacturing already provides low-cost satellite production to lighter and more efficient rockets to carry cargo to orbit and, in particular, will play a key role in the future of space travel and interplanetary colonization.
GSEW will encourage the involvement of participants in networking actions for possible industrial and scientific collaborations, as has been the case in previous editions, in line with the challenges set by ASI and ESA.
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