Volodymyr Usov is the new head of ??Ukraine’s State Space Agency – Державне космічне агентство Українию In 2014 in Odesa he launched Kwambio, a startup working in high-precision 3D printing, which quickly progressed and struck contacts with General Electric – GE, Coca-Cola Ukraine, and Stanley Black & Decker, and also consulted NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Tesla, and Airbus?.
?Today his team is reforming the ?Agency aiming to make space the biggest trademark of Ukraine?:
✅ “The agency, meanwhile, must shape and perform: developing a space program, digesting cutting-edge technologies, international cooperation, procurement of innovative technical solutions.”
✅ “Ukraine is blessed to be still having two valuable things: unique space technologies, such as the full circle of production of rockets, and talented engineers with ideas.
✅ “My goal is to turn Ukraine into a nation making a big contribution in creating stable life support infrastructure in space — for all mankind.”
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Volodymyr Usov, the head of Ukraine’s State Space Agency, keeps a bust of the 35th U. S. President John F. Kennedy at his former office in Odesa. “I got it from the JFK museum in Dallas,” he says. “I’m a Kennedy fan, and I begged the museum to sell me that sculpture. They refused. B…