Satellite Launches, Technology, and the Manufacturing Millenial

Episode 11 October 14, 2022 00:48:47
Satellite Launches, Technology, and the Manufacturing Millenial
The Atlas Podcast
Satellite Launches, Technology, and the Manufacturing Millenial

Oct 14 2022 | 00:48:47

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Show Notes

Welcome back to the Atlas Podcast! For this episode we're discussing space news, namely the Start Me Up mission launching from Spaceport Cornwall. And, we look at the larger UK involvement in space.

We also wrap up our series on digital transformation with a look at how technology factors in. Specifically, we have an overview of the Top Strategic Technology Trends for 2022 report by Gartner.

Finally, we're joined by Jake Hall, AKA The Manufacturing Millennial! Jake has been making social media waves getting a younger audience interested in manufacturing. Enjoy the interview and make sure you check out his YouTube channel.

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