We are no longer talking about a dream. We are talking about a reality in which aerospace technology will mean a revolution that will improve life on Earth from space.
Why invest in this trend?
We will have ever more accurate information.There are many sectors that use information from space: agriculture and mining benefit from the use of more appropriate machinery. Even organ manufacturing research is being helped by reduced gravity.
Greater precision in forecasts and the evolution of climate change thanks to new technologies.Better control of effects, both on the climate and the atmosphere, also making it possible to monitor evolution of the world's forests and vegetation more accurately than from Earth itself.
Improved telecommunications.Corporates in the space industry have a positive impact on society. Their technology allows more isolated groups of people to be in communication more easily and so helps to reduce the digital divide.
Images and security.Images taken from satellites are getting ever more clear and offer a great tool in the fight against crime.
We have now left the 1960s behind us. Today, we no longer talk about the space race, but about the aerospace industry.
The current aerospace industry has a clear strategic character for its contribution to society and its capacity for innovation and the creation of value:
Before: Space 1.0There were no incentives to reduce costs, the pace of innovation was slow, launches were infrequent and, of course, no account was taken of criteria, environmental commitment or social responsibility.
Now: Space 2.0.The current model, which encompasses the most enterprising and visionary businesses – innovation without limit. Businesses that, unlike in the past, take into account the criteria of environmental, social and corporate governance responsibility.
Satellites in orbit around the Earth.
More growth, lower costs.
Space, a vital place for scientific development and a source of new technologies.
What do the experts think?
According to the International Energy Agency, in 2030 the world will need almost 60% more energy than in 2020. An energy production in which water is a critical element.