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The Future of Space: Building Infrastructure for the Space Industry

Commercialization will, without a doubt, add a breath of fresh air into space. With more innovation and well planned strategy, we can build on the current momentum to move towards a new space industry that will be fully autonomous and self-sufficient. Although we may still have many years ahead of us before this can be fully realized, the opportunities and possibilities of such an industry will be out of this world when it becomes a reality.

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Joseph Kopser of Grayline Group is host of Catalyst TALKS. A series of live, interactive interviews with thought leaders, subject matter experts and operators with first hand experience in the skills needed to lead the workplace in a changing world. His talks focus on the technology, agility, leadership, knowledge, and strategy needed to build teams in a changing world. Joseph is also co-founder of the non-profit USTomorrow focused on workforce readiness. Joseph’s focus is to help people adapt to the changing future of work.

Grayline Group knows that technology is changing faster than business models, and globalization has magnified the threat surface for companies, investors, and governments. Change creates opportunity and risk. It requires the skills of new leadership and strategy in the workplace.

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The Future of Space: Building Infrastructure for the Space Industry

  1. 1. JOSEPH KOPSER BUILDING INFRASTRUCTURE FOR THE SPACE INDUSTRY JosephKopser.com•2020 01
  2. 2. Overview Commercialization will, without a doubt, add a breath of fresh air into space. With more innovation and well planned strategy, we can build on the current momentum to move towards a new space industry that will be fully autonomous and self-sufficient. Although we may still have many years ahead of us before this can be fully realized, the opportunities and possibilities of such an industry will be out of this world when it becomes a reality. Joseph Kopser02
  3. 3. THE FUTURE OF SPACE Private space flight The case for a commercial space New world, new markets 03 Joseph Kopser
  4. 4. Private Space Flight SPACEX CREW DRAGON: A NEW MILESTONE The recent exploits of SpaceX Crew Dragon bring us closer to space commercialization. 2014 contract between SpaceX and Boeing developed test commercial crew vehicles for initial flights to the Int'l Space Station. Years of back and forth challenges led Elon Musk to build SpaceX Dragon's Falcon 9, launched on May 30, 2020. 05Joseph Kopser
  5. 5. The Case for a Commercial Space The space industry will evolve from being government-backed to funded by private enterprises and investors. The gov't now hires companies (Boeing, SpaceX, etc.) to contract services and functions to commercial establishments. NASA has already started handing off responsibilities to outside companies signaling the beginning of this change. Joseph Kopser 06 SPACEX DRAGON'S FLACON 9 WAS A TURNING POINT FOR SPACE COMMERCIALIZATION AND PRIVATE COMPANIES
  6. 6. New World, New Markets Transportation Communication Human factors Supply chains Energy Just like the internet 30 years ago, private investing in a previously gov't owned/ controlled entity may seem risky to some. There are areas of opportunity for investment in several infrastructure projects: 07Joseph Kopser
  7. 7. We founded SpaceFund to both support and profit from this revolution. You may have even heard me talk about what is happening in terms of it being ‘the day before the internet.’ It is now dawn. And what will happen as this new day for space unfolds will be ever more exciting. -Rick Tumlinson, founding partner of SpaceFund 03 Joseph Kopser
  8. 8. Joseph Kopser is a serial entrepreneur and expert in energy and national security issues. Currently he serves as an Executive-in- Residence at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas. In addition, he is President of Grayline after he co-founded and served as CEO of RideScout before it was acquired by Mercedes. He served in the U.S. Army for 20 years earning the Combat Action Badge, Army Ranger Tab and Bronze Star. He is a graduate of West Point with a BS in Aerospace Engineering and also received a Masters from the Harvard Kennedy School. In 2013, he was recognized as a White House Champion of Change for his efforts in Energy and Transportation. In 2014, RideScout, won the U.S. DOT Data Innovation Award and co-authored the book, Catalyst. He is the Chairman of the Board of Advisors for the CleanTX Foundation, an economic development and professional association for cleantech. Joseph is also co-founder of the non-profit USTomorrow focused on workforce readiness. Joseph’s focus is to help people adapt to the changing future of work. Joseph Kopser, President - Grayline Group Joseph Kopser

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