In November’s Linqto Learn, we speak with Victor Aguero, Chief Technical Officer, Cambrian Works
About the Session
Space tech is a hot ticket – a lot of celebrity frenzy has finally placed space on the investment map. But in fact, in quieter quarters, the core nature of the space industry has been evolving for some time and the increased privatization of space activities has brought about a new generation of space companies that’s attracted several billion USD worth of investment. Thanks to a plethora of technological changes such as the miniaturization of components and cheaper processing power, you can expect many new applications both emerging in actual space and here on earth. Space can touch many different aspects of the economy; from agriculture, to shipping, to communications, tracking, logistics, pharmaceuticals. The list goes on. But it’s here that most people will find the business opportunity.
In this Linqto Learn Victor Aguero will talk to us about two opportunity buckets:
1.) Opportunities that bring value to a terrestrial economy by leveraging some aspect of space.
2.) Opportunities that bring value by being in space, which may or may not have a connection to terrestrial economy.
About our Guest Speaker
Dr. Victor Aguero is the co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of Cambrian Works, an innovative Silicon Valley venture focused on commercial business opportunities in space technology and infrastructure. Before founding Cambrian Works, Victor was a senior researcher and principal investigator at SRI International in Menlo Park, California. For over two decades at SRI, his primary research projects included space systems and advanced technology related to small satellites, satellite constellations, and space missions across a broad array of applications.
Victor’s most recent work has centered upon communications and networking architectures for Low Earth Orbit (LEO) constellations, new technology applications in space, and architectures for robotic space capability, cluster operations, and coordinated multi-spacecraft missions.
Dr. Aguero holds Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Aeronautics and Astronautics, Electrical Engineering, and Physics from Stanford and MIT.
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