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Pangaea Wire

The world is experiencing a time which holds no precedent, we are facing challenges and creating opportunities at rates never seen before. In times like these it is important to have a trusted, clear and reliable voice that can add value to your understanding by making sense of the data and who can also provide the resources and access to those who can make a difference to you and your mission.


New speaker representation partner announcement 

Pangaea Wire Group is pleased to announce that we will be represented exclusively with Speakers Associates Ltd for all our global speaking engagements. We look forward to a long, successful and mutually beneficial relationship with them throughout the years. 


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Space Law: What Space Sovereignty Means for Operating Safely in The 4th Domain.

As space has become more contested, congested and competitive the need to maintain effective situational awareness in the 4th domain is more critical than ever. With this in mind, SMi are set to host the Military SSA forum to bring together key stakeholders across the military, government and industry sectors to discuss approaches and strategies for providing a holistic approach to Space Situational Awareness (SSA).

Exploring space debris, space sovereignty, security, space surveillance and tracking (SST), space weather, the impact of new mega-constellations and international partnerships in space – this remains a key calendar date for anyone involved in the satellite sector.

Conference dates: 1st, 2nd and 3rd April 2019. 

Pangaea Wire will be leading a space law and sovereignty workshop on the 3rd April 2019 titled: 

Space Law: What Space Sovereignty Means for Operating Safely in The 4th Domain.

In association with SMi Events.

Click below to learn more and buy tickets.


Lecture at the Institute of Physics 

Our relationship with space has grown increasingly closer, with opportunities to use space to benefit the world growing in tandem to our abilities to use space as an extension of the industrial military complex. The technological abilities of powers such as the United States, China, and Russia amongst others are at a level where debates on outer space sovereignty and military capability must be highlighted and brought to the forefront of policy debates in order to create a legal framework and a code of conduct to encompass these new capabilities. 

Date: 7th February 2019


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