October 6, 2022

In-Space’s expansions bring on board a new Chief Technology Officer – SatNews

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The new appointment comes as In-Space Missions expands its business, adding 40 new staff in the last year and opening new office and cleanroom space at their HQ site in Alton, Hampshire.

In-Space Missions appoints Matthew Angling as Chief Technology Officer (CTO) to lead the use of new technologies and processes, and to develop innovative space products for customers. 

Matthew joins In-Space Missions from Spire Global where he was Director of Space Weather.  He has a wealth of experience in space enabled C4ISR, space technologies and the space environment, having worked previously at QinetiQ where he led the ionospheric modelling team, and the University of Birmingham where he was Head of the Space Environment Group.  Matthew has an MA in Physics from the University of Oxford and a PhD in Electronic Engineering from the University of Leicester.

Matthew Angling, In-Space Missions’ Chief Technology Officer

Matthew Angling said, “I am looking forward to driving the use of new space technologies and applications for the In-Space range of spacecraft, and to helping scale up our production processes for cluster launches. I will be working closely with the team here to further develop our flexible approach to delivering complex, innovative and diverse missions that enable our customers to get their technology on orbit more quickly.” 

Doug Liddle, co‐founder and CEO of In‐Space added, “Matthew joins In-Space at an exciting time of growth for our company, as we expand the business and launch new digital “plug and play” services for our worldwide customers. Matthew’s previous experience in the sector will be invaluable in developing and implementing innovative solutions for our missions and services.”

Matthew Angling takes over the CTO role from Tony Holt, co-founder of In-Space Missions, who has been appointed into a new role of Chief Sales and Innovation Officer.

The new appointment comes as In-Space Missions expands its business, adding 40 new staff in the last year and opening new office and cleanroom space at their HQ site in Alton, Hampshire.



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