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Interview: CEO of Deep Space Industries, Daniel Faber

4 May 2016, 10:01 UTC
Interview: CEO of Deep Space Industries, Daniel Faber
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Daniel Faber, CEO of Deep Space Industries presenting at the Disrupt Space Summit. Image credit: Disrupt Space



With long-term plans for in-space resource extraction in the form of asteroid mining, Deep Space Industries (DSI) is offering an exciting business opportunity. It is aiming to change the economics of space by providing the technical resources, capabilities and systems required to harvest, process, manufacture and market in-space resources. DSI is already generating revenue from commercial contracts, as well as government and university research projects.The Disrupt Space summit brought together a large number of entrepreneurs from around Europe and the world who are intent on reinventing the space industry. A panel of judges chose Deep Space Industries as the winner among five finalists in a start-up pitch.Spaceoneers caught up with Daniel Faber, Deep Space Industries’ CEO at the summit to hear about the company’s long-term plans and the exciting business opportunity in asteroid mining.Spaceoneers: Tell me a little about yourself and what you do at Deep Space IndustriesDaniel Faber: I grew up in Australia. I've now lived and worked in several countries around the world on four continents. I've worked on a lot ...

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