Deep Space Industries’ CEO, Daniel Faber will moderate a panel at SXSW discussing the future of Big Data in the Off Planet Era

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Daniel Faber, CEO of Deep Space Industries will moderate a panel at SXSW entitled “Beyond the Cloud: Big Data in the Off Planet Era”

Silicon Valley, CA – February 26, 2015.  Deep Space Industries CEO Daniel Faber will moderate a panel at this years’ South By Southwest (SXSW) Interactive Festival on the ramifications of big data in an era of breakthroughs in digital capabilities, space development, and medical innovations.  The panel, “Beyond the Cloud:  Big Data in the Off-Planet Era,” will be featured on Monday March 16th.

As the space industry is growing due to the rapid expansion of commercial space ventures, outer space is becoming more accessible to pioneers in many high tech sectors.  This unique cross over between the most cutting-edge industries makes the future of space utilization a dynamic topic for the tech-savvy audience of the SXSW Interactive Festival.

Panelists will include Martine Rothblatt, Chairman and CEO of United Therapeutics, who previously created SiriusXM Satellite Radio;  Rick Smith, CEO of Taser, who is working to create seamless integration of police body cameras with cloud storage; and Jeff Garzik, CEO of Dunvegan Space Systems.  Dunvegan is a DSI customer, focused on bringing decentralized, networked, open source design principles to spaceflight.  DSI and Dunvegan are working closely to develop innovative solutions to communications and data processing needs in space. With such a diverse group business mavericks, the panel is sure to spark interesting conversation and provide insights into humanity’s future beyond the cloud.

SXSW Interactive is an incubator of cutting-edge technologies and digital creativity. The 2015 event features five days of compelling presentations and panels from the brightest minds in emerging technology and an unbeatable lineup of special programs showcasing the best new websites, video games and startup ideas the community has to offer. From hands-on training to big-picture analysis of the future, SXSW Interactive has become the place to preview the technology of tomorrow, today.

To read more about the panel or purchase tickets to attend, please visit “Beyond the Cloud:  Big Data in the Off-Planet Era,” on the SXSW Interactive website. If you are already planning to attending SXSW, you can find Daniel on SXSW Social here.   Follow DSI on Twitter to get further updates on #SXSW #OffPlanet.

Daniel will be available to discuss the company’s current work and future directions during SXSW. To schedule an interview with him in Austin, between March 13th and 18th, please contact Media@DeepSpaceIndustries.com.

Deep Space Industries is developing innovative spacecraft for long-duration deep space missions, including the Firefly- and Dragonfly-class vehicles. The Dragonfly is designed to capture and transport resources of various shapes and sizes.

Deep Space Industries is developing innovative spacecraft for long-duration deep space missions, including the Firefly- and Dragonfly-class vehicles. The Dragonfly is designed to capture and transport resources of various shapes and sizes.

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