We’re excited to welcome back Siemens Digital Industries VP for R&D Dan Staples to the main stage once more at this year’s DEVELOP3D LIVE on 20 September, and delighted that for 2023 Siemens is being joined by an exciting UK start-up swathed in experience, GravitiLab.
Gravitilab is a spacetech engineering business looking to democratise access to microgravity and space environments for research and testing – making zero gravity R&D conditions available to anyone via innovative drone and rocket technologies, for the benefit of all life on earth and ultimately life well beyond this planet.
In addressing this challenge, Gravitilab is also making Space more sustainable by significantly reducing the number of test vehicle emissions, as well as the associated build up of orbital junk that threatens the future of Space services.
Joining Dan Staples on stage at D3DLIVE will be Gravitilab Head of Design Engineering, George Morris, to explain how its software is enabling its devices so that scientists and engineers can wait less, pay less and discover more with every test drop.
Morris has led a distinguished career as a design engineer, bringing his experience in composite thermoplastic structures and vehicle design to Gravitilab.
Previous roles have included him being the design lead on supersonic land vehicle Bloodhound SSC, Williams Advanced Engineering and Formula 1, as well as Principal Composite Engineer for Arrival.