HEAD Invited to Speak at UN Space Symposium

Beijing, Paris, Noordwijk, 08 June 2018 – China HEAD Aerospace Technology Co. Ltd (HEAD) presented at the Unispace+50 Symposium held in Vienna, Austria as the only invited private company from China.

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the event, executives and heads of space agencies, international organizations and private sectors come together to discuss how global cooperation could contribute to the peaceful use of outer space and achieve UN sustainable development goals.

Jason Zhou, president of HEAD, participated in the panel discussion themed Space and Space Industry along with CEOs from SCS Aerospace, Green Spin, Satellogic, Planet and Astroscale.

Jason (far right on stage) in Space and Space Industry Panel

“Innovation, cooperation and transformation” are the vision of HEAD. Integrated application based on HEAD's Skywalker constellation and Earth observation data is the strategy of the company to support the sustainable development of United Nations.

“International cooperation is the key factor in the company’s future success,” said Jason and “HEAD is looking forward to working with more international partners to build a space eco-system that will generate broader socio-economic benefits to our citizens.”

On-site photo

Heads of national space agencies



During the event, HEAD had meetings with national space agencies, organizations and private companies to have deeper exchanges regarding international cooperation, a true showcase of the company’s global vision and influence.

About China HEAD Aerospace Technology Co. Ltd (HEAD)

China HEAD Aerospace Technology Co. Ltd is a privately owned, independent company founded in 2007 and headquartered in Beijing, China with subsidiaries in Hong Kong, the Netherlands and France. The company has successfully assisted non-Chinese aerospace companies to commercialize their space products and services in China over the last eleven years. Driven by a high interest in the small satellite market, HEAD has been investing in a constellation of small satellites with multiple payloads dedicated to providing value-added services and applications. The HEAD-1 satellite is the first technology demonstration satellite as part of the "Skywalker constellation", a multi-functional AIS and Earth observation micro-satellite constellation.

Company website: http://en.head-aerospace.com

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