The UK and India in the Space Sector

The workshop was jointly organised by UK Science and Innovation Network, UK Space Agency, UK Trade and Investment, Dhruva Space and AcceleratorIndia on 10 March 2015 in Bengaluru.


Report on the UK – India workshop on Catalysing Commercial and Collaborative Opportunities between the UK and India in the Space Sector

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The UK Science and Innovation Network (UKSIN) , UK Space Agency, UK Trade and Investment (UKTI), Dhruva Space and AcceleratorIndia ran a workshop aimed at developing commercial opportunities between UK and India players in the Space Sector. The workshop was curated by Dr. Uday Phadke, Executive Chairman, AcceleratorIndia using the RiffStream# methodology to explore new ways of facilitating collaboration across this exciting sector in both countries as the basis for delivering commercial deals.

The focus for RiffStream#Bangalore-III was to build a detailed understanding of the rapidly evolving Indian space sector ecosystem and to identify real commercial opportunities within. To achieve this, players across the entire UK-India space sector value chain, including „upstream‟ satellite design and build, launch infrastructures, „mid-stream‟ flight management, control and systems, and „downstream‟ applications and services were engaged.

Published 31 March 2015