We had a fantastic time at Goonhilly Earth Station
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Truro Penwith – TPC SW Dev Apprenticeship -Goonhilly
BBC Radio Cornwall – Feyaza Khan Reporting from Goonhilly
Listen Again – 1hr 8minutes
Interviews with Gail from AeroSpace Cornwall, Ian from Goonhilly Earth Station and Belinda Waldock from Software Cornwall.
Media Sponsored thanks to AeroSpace Cornwall
Photography thanks to Anna Burt, of www.exposurephotoagency.com
Interviews and Short Film filmed and edited by Giz Edwards
Live Streaming and Lightning talks thanks to http://stream-freedom.wixsite.com/streamfreedom
Event Schedule, outline :
Thanks to our sponsors
AeroSpace Cornwall – Headline sponsor – we are delighted to welcome AeroSpace Cornwall as our tickets, lunch and filming sponsor for this event.
The AeroSpace Cornwall project aims to increase the supply chain cluster in the Space and Aerospace sectors, create highly skilled jobs in Cornwall and launch new products into the marketplace.
AeroSpace Cornwall aims to increase activities in Aerospace, Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), and Space including upstream and downstream technologies. This can include, but not exclusive to, advanced engineering, data analysis and software companies.
Activities that will be delivered through the project to achieve this aim include;
- Match funding for projects with capital purchases and salaries. Typical projects receive a maximum of £150,000
- Up to 20 days of fully funded supply chain competitiveness support
- A team of R&D Technology Managers offering mentoring and support for collaborative RD&I projects with 25% – 80% funding and fully funded innovation vouchers (£5,000).
The South West Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications acts as a focal point for satellite data, technology and applications activity, linking the science and research base with industry, start-ups and SME’s in the South West. The Centre takes a leading role in driving economic growth through satellite applications and associated innovation engaging the wider end-user community and their supply chains. Partners include: Exeter University, Falmouth University, Plymouth University, Goonhilly Earth Station, Met Office, Rothamstead Research and Peninsula Innovations Limited.
Centre Director: Cathrine Armour
For more information: Email: s.g.s.Addinall@exeter.ac.uk
During May, Software Cornwall will be leading a collective campaign to raise the profile and promote Cornwall’s Tech community alongside the national Tech Nation UK campaign. The Tech Connect Cornwall event will complete the Tech Destination Cornwall campaign on the 31st May. The campaign and event will be run in-line with the Tech Nation UK programme which will be promoting the UK’s DigitalTech sector globally from May to October.