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Space 2.0


Australia, your journey starts here

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Space 2.0


Australia, your journey starts here

Commercial Space just got really interesting

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Space 2.0: lightweight, 3-D-printed Nanosats. Low-cost, re-usable launch systems. Startups using smart sensors, machine learning, big data, autonomous robots... to create new products for their customers - in space.

Up to 2,750 Cubesats are forecast to be built and launched over the next 5 years, taking advantage of component miniturisation to dramatically lower build, launch, and operating costs – accelerating space innovation, unlocking new scientific, commercial and creative opportunities. 

By 2019, Microsatellites will be a $1.9bn market...Asia Pacific is expected to become the largest market surpassing North America...
— http://www.c4isrnet.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2014303280003

Space 2.0 is shorthand for a new global market in lower-cost commercial space services.

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Introducing delta-V


Australia's Space 2.0 Startup Accelerator

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Introducing delta-V


Australia's Space 2.0 Startup Accelerator

A new vision for the Australian Space Industry

Its a startup-led vision: an industry accelerator bringing talent, opportunity and product innovation together with mentors, investors and customers to bootstrap an export-focused hi-tech space services & manufacturing industry within the burgeoning global Space 2.0 marketplace.

Working with NSW Trade & Investment, four local space teams are stepping forwards to make this vision a reality – two startups and two from university:

First showcased in early-May at CeBIT 2014, (see press release)delta-V is in launch mode now. 

How will it work?

delta-V will guide, select and accelerate startup teams from universities and other talent pools to develop innovative new space-and earth-system solutions for customers and partners worldwide. 

  • A competitive business pitching and validation program will provide pressure, vetting, and valuable feedback to qualify and develop startup teams and their ideas.
  • Established supporting companies and mentors will provide ground level mentorship and guidance for the startups as well as operational support for the incubator.
  • Space-friendly angel and series-A investors will get first look at the best space startups deliver.
  • delta-V will also actively promote participating startups' products & services to local and international customers and partners, helping to drive space market validation and accelerate commercial traction.
Projections ... indicate between 2,000 and 2,750 nano/microsatellites will require a launch from 2014 through 2020.
— SpaceWorks Enterprises Inc. in their 2014 Nano / Microsatellite Market Assessment

delta-V Focus Areas

  • Space market validation & traction
  • Robotics & machine learning
  • Nano/Micro/Cubesat system design, rapid prototyping and lean manufacturing
  • Space-qualified 3-D & electronics printing


  • Space operations and diagnostics
  • Earth & space sensors and systems
  • Vehicle launch, retrieval, and de-orbit
  • STEM (Science | Technology | Engineering | Maths) education
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A Commercial SpaceHub


In Sydney, Australia

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A Commercial SpaceHub


In Sydney, Australia

Australia's First Space-dedicated Incubator

Space-dedicated incubators now exist in San Francisco, London, Colorado, Houston and Florida. Sydney is a rapidly growing startup hub with world-class universities, technical talent, business expertise, and capital.

delta-V will be located in Sydney’s global economic corridor allowing it to tap into Australia – and indeed the entire Asia-Pacific region’s – most successful and innovative universities, firms and talent to create a world-class space industry ecosystem.

NSW has some fantastic technology in this sector...we are quickly gaining worldwide recognition, particularly in the US.
— Dr Jason Held, CEO Saber Astronautics
 
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Creating a World-leading space-tech precinct and industry ecosystem.

Right here, in Australia. 

Hello, World!