2011 Space Activities Survey

 

2011 Space Activities Survey 

In 2010 the Space Policy Unit, through the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR), commissioned Asia Pacific Aerospace Consultants (APAC) to conduct a review of space activities in Australia. DIISR found the input from the 266 respondents invaluable in understanding the nature and extent of Australian Space-Related Activities and they have used the information as a factual analysis of the Australian space scene upon which to base planning for the industry. The executive summary of the 2010 survey report is available to download.

DIISR has commissioned a repeat survey in order to flesh out the 2010 results and to invite other organisations, since identified as having Australian Space-Related activities, to participate. If your organisation contributes in any way to Australian space activity you are encouraged to complete the survey by Thursday 21st April to ensure your input is included in the report to Government.

With this link, Australian Space Activities Survey 2011 you may enter your survey data over as many sessions as you wish. You can also go back and review/change your input. Please submit ONE response per organisation (or department if you work in a large complex organisation).

If you have any questions please contact APAC consultants Kirby Ikin on (02)9293 3872, 0402 132 546 or kikin@apac.com.au; or Bill Barrett on (02)9293 3873, 0407 505 388, or bbarrett@apac.com.au