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Can your business benefit from new CSST satellite data?

Tuesday May 2, 2017

The Centre for Space Science Technology (CSST), based in Alexandra, is an exciting opportunity for Otago businesses.

 CSST's space-based information can help regional industries and their customers make smarter decisions, resulting in more competitive businesses and a more prosperous New Zealand. 

CSST's ambassador, Greg Bodeker, will be presenting at SIGNAL explaining how CSST can help your business access new and existing space-based measurements and how they can develop satellite data products and solutions specific to your needs.

Come along, be inspired and find out more about what CSST means for the region, and for you!

Date: Wednesday 10 May

Where: SIGNAL, 123 Vogel St, Dunedin

Time: 4.30 – 5.30 - Seminar @ SIGNAL

5.30 – 6.30 - refreshments  @ Gallaway Cook Allan

RSVP info@signal.ac.nz


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