Register For SANSA’s SND Conference

South African Space Agency SANSA

After the resounding success of the inaugural Space for National Development (SND) conference in 2018, the South African Space Agency (SANSA) will again host SND week in November 2019 to gauge the state of the space landscape in South Africa.

The conference tagged: “The Future of Space in South Africa in the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution”, aims to showcase how investments made in the space can assist the national agenda.

Speaking about the event, SANSA’s CEO, Dr Val Munsami, said the conference’s target is to brief and address challenges and issues faced by stakeholders as well as learn of their requirements.

“For us, it is very important to keep the stakeholders briefed and to learn from them what their requirements and their challenges are. We want to understand the challenges that our stakeholders are facing so that we can start to address them as an agency,” said Dr Munsami.

The conference will hold from 12-14 November 2019 in Gauteng.

Interested participants are advised to register by 30 October 2019.

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