Europe is no stranger to exploring new worlds and provding the funding for great ventures.
Now International and European Investors can provide seed capital for space startups and contribute to the financing of new space companies.
Europe is seeing a massive growth in new space companies, based on:
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The small satellite market is growing, based on research (e.g. Universities who wish to conduct experiments in zero gravity), and also the need for small nations to have their own orbital surveillance and earth observations capability.
Be it re-usable rockets or stratospheric balloons deployable anywhere in the world, low-cost launch services outside of the jurisdiction of the US will have a massive list of clients; developing countries that wish to launch satellites that cater to their geographical requirements.
This sector is more software than hardware, and includes companies that are improving navigation, interpreting downstream satellite data for new B2C and B2B applications, supporting NGOs in remote locations, and even building a new layer of sophistication into drones.
Industry 4.0 meets Space 2.0 is the mixing of autonomous robots operating in harsh space environments to build up and even repair space infrastructure, this includes satellite maintenance and observation, cleaning up space debris, and in time, building space bases.