HEAD Aerospace Attended the 68th International Astronautical Congress


   The 68th International Astronautical Congress was held in Adelaide, Australia from September 25th to 29th in Adelaide, Australia. Jason Zhou, the president of HEAD Aerospace, led a delegation to participate in this congress.

    In the meantime, the HEAD delegation held bilateral meetings with the European Space Agency (ESA), the Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales (CNES), the Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (ASI), the Netherlands Space Office (NSO), the National Space Research and Development Agency of Nigeria (NASRDA), the delegation of South Africa’s Congressmen, the Government of South Australia, the Airbus Defence and Space (ADS), the Italian company Sitael, the Belgian aerospace enterprises, the Australian aerospace companies, and other government organizations and business delegations.

    Especially, HEAD had in-depth communication with the above agencies and companies on the deployment of HEAD Skywalker constellation, the HEAD-1 satellite and follow-up ones that can provide application services for the global market, the construction of satellite data centers and ground stations, satellite remote sensing applications, advanced satellite platforms and application payloads.

    Other participants in the congress had expressed their admiration to HEAD Aerospace for its achievements and contributions made in the field of commercial aerospace in recent years, and had shown the keen interest in the launch of the HEAD-1 satellite on November 15th and the planned Skywalker constellation. Besides, they also voiced their strong desire for the cooperation with HEAD Aerospace in this sector and hoped to sign the relevant cooperation agreements as soon as practical, so as to first experience the expected benefits from the data brought by the HEAD-1 and promote it across the globe.

Jason Zhou, president of HEAD Aerospace and Mr. Johann-Dietrich Woerner, Director General of the European Space Agency (ESA)

Jason Zhou, president of HEAD Aerospace and Mr. Martin Hamiton-Smith, the Minister for Investment and Trade and the Minister for Defence Industries in the Cabinet of South Australia

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