Voyager Space Technologies announces our new strategic partnership with Amazon Web Services (AWS). We will be leveraging this partnership to develop the capability to conduct rapid trade studies. In addition, our partnership with AWS allows us to offer US-based customers access to Gov-Cloud for an extra level of security. This is just one way we take data security seriously.
Voyager Space Technologies was accepted into the Nex Cubed Accelerator Program, aerospace track. Nex3 will serve as a conduit for mentors, advisors, and investors. Darren Charrier, the CEO of Voyager said “that Nex3 provides a unique and exciting opportunity to position ourselves at the forefront of deeptech for hardware engineers and the space industry.”
Darren Charrier, Voyager’s CEO and Co-Founder won first place in ISDC’s New Space business pitch competition. While at the event, Charrier reconnected with UCSD’s Students for the Exploration and Development of Space student organization. Additionally, he had the opportunity to hear Captain Buzz Aldrin speak, an individual who holds a place in history as one of the 12 men who walked on the moon.
Voyager’s CEO Darren Charrier and Director for Business Development Executive Colby Tunick traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in the largest global satellite trade show. While there, Mr. Tunick pitched and won his group as part of the trade show’s ‘Startup Space’ Competition. The judges included Joel Vinas of NewSpace Chicago, Troy McCann from MoonshotX, Cary Jackson of Jack Industries, Maher Ezzeddine of Harvard Business School’s Alumni group, and Steven Jorgenson of Starbridge Ventures. Among the group’s contestants, Voyager cumulatively ranked highest for presentation, innovation, business model and investment potential.
CEO Darren Charrier traveled to the Wharton School of Business to compete in the second annual Penn Aerospace Pitch Competition. Charrier won first, with Voyager being only one of five teams invited to participate in this years event. This year, the judges included Daniel Lockney from NASA’s Technology Transfer Office, alongside other high ranking individuals from across the Space ecosystem.
After an intensive four-month program, Voyager Space Technologies has completed the LightSpeed Innovation’s Accelerator course. Led by Ellen Chang and Doug Davis, LightSpeed Innovation’s foci is companies in emerging technology as it relates to the Space and Aerospace sectors. The program included mentorship on company organization, market research and networking opportunities with LightSpeed’s extensive investor and partner network.
Darren Charrier and Faris Hamdi, Voyager’s CEO and CTO along Colby Tunick and Luke Liem from the business development team traveled to San Francisco to participate in the inaugural Space Tech Summit hosted at Draper University. CEO Charrier spoke alongside over 100 other speakers from Google, NASA, SpaceX, and more.The Space Tech Summit brought together hundreds of entrepreneurs, pioneers, and creatives under one roof to address humanity’s greatest challenges via space technology.
Darren Charrier, Voyager’s CEO has been recognized for his leadership by The Mars Generation, a non-profit which aims to promote humanity's future in Space. Charrier was recognized alongside “some of the brightest students and young people who are positioned to shape our future for the better,” according the The Mars Generation website. Charrier credits his time working at Moon Express and SpaceX to helping to shape his view of leadership. He also gives back by regularly mentoring local high school students in time management and public speaking all-the-while inspiring the next generation of visionaries to reach for the stars.