Up in The Air – Drones and Above
In this session we explore how technology is growing wings, or at least propellers and jet engines. Around the globe, flying drones are being tested for more efficient delivery of packages and disaster relief equipment.
A new space race has launched, this time between companies, not countries. Also, personal drones could soon become part of our everyday lives.
Adam Pruden, Frog Design
Senior Interaction Designer who’ll talk about drones in our everyday lives. He will discuss how future drones will interact with us at a very intimate scale by exploring the concept of wearable drones.
Karin Nilsdotter, Spaceport Sweden
Karin is an astropreneur and the CEO of Spaceport Sweden. In this session she will talk about why the sky is not the limit and why on earth we should go to space.
Mads Wilson, Copenhagen Suborbitals
Mads will talk about why it’s important to develop cheap access to space, and how this can be accomplished with off-the-shelf components.