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Data collected in space will continue to increase in value over the next decade as volume, variety, velocity and veracity increase. 

  • What are the opportunities for organisations on Earth to enhance their operations and become more predictive rather than reactive?
  • And with the quantity, quality and use of space data growing exponentially, how might this be regulated? 

In 2030, we expect to see the rapid uptake and use of space data by everyday people. Our hope is it will become a regular commodity.

Agnieszka Lukaszczyk



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Key predictions

Space data will become completely commoditised.

Space data will become completely commoditised.

We’ll operate assets remotely on the Moon like mines in the Pilbara.

AI will be commonplace in space.

Governments will conduct their census from space.

Governments will conduct their census from space.

An international regulatory body for space data will be established.

An international regulatory body for space data will be established.

Data will not be owned – rather shared.

Data will not be owned – rather shared.

Personal privacy will be challenged.

Personal privacy will be challenged.



The speakers

Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch
Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch - Senior Vice President, Government Strategy & Policy, Inmarsat Government Inc

Senior Vice President, Government Strategy & Policy, Inmarsat Government Inc

Dan Nevius
Dan Nevius - Co-founder and CEO,  Analytical Space

Co-founder and CEO, Analytical Space

Dr Amy Parker
Dr Amy Parker - Centre for Earth Observation, CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science

Centre for Earth Observation, CSIRO Astronomy and Space Science

Mike Greenley
Mike Greenley - Chief Executive Officer, MDA

Chief Executive Officer, MDA



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