The exhibition showcases “Technology for a Better World” through four themes and 23 pioneering worldwide firms, laboratories, and pioneers.
Beyond Earth, For Earth, co-curated by astronaut and space educator Tim Peake, will examine space transportation, research, and “space as a service” ideas. Space exploration, research, and technological development also help Earth.
Tim Peake stated, “I’m thrilled to be heading to the Festival of Speed this July and to be a part of Future Lab. I loved co-curating the spatial parts of this fantastic show, and I believe people will be blown away by the diversity and ingenuity on display this year.”
Beyond Earth, For Earth exhibitors: James Webb Space Telescope (NASA), Argonaut Large Lunar Lander (ESA), SMART Tire Company, Gravitilab Aerospace Services, SaxaVord Spaceport, and RM Technology.
Future PowerThis crucial topic will propose ideas to power the future effectively, cleanly, and quickly, from new fuels and propulsion technologies to address global transportation needs to large-scale sustainable energy sources and fast computing improvements to revolutionize global enterprises.
Powering the Future exhibitors: Culham Centre for Fusion Energy, IBM Quantum, BAR Technologies, Peak Evolution by Terren Electric Drive Systems, AutoNaut, NamX Group with Pininfarina, Lilium with eVolare.
Mission mobilityNew mobility solutions may help industry, keep humans safe, protect the planet, and improve humanity’s connections and understanding through pioneering technologies that solve issues, negotiate difficult circumstances, and break new barriers.Mobility on a Mission exhibitors: Indy Autonomous Challenge, Muddy Machines, Skyports Drone Services, Academy of Robotics, Roam, Climb-E by Italdesign, EasyRain.
Virtual WorldsThe zone will examine how virtual platforms may improve industry, culture, education, and health through better creative and production processes, digital twinning and collaborative platforms, immersive learning settings, and virtual haptic sensation.
Epic Games, Valkyrie Industries, Dimension Studio, KEYi Tech, Visualskies, Simulated Worlds.
“The companies and pioneers invited to exhibit this year represent some of the most ground-breaking advances in technology and science out there today, so we’re thrilled they’ll be joining us in Future Lab,” said Lucy Johnston, who has curated Future Lab for seven years. They were chosen to let visitors explore this year’s themes and reinforce our aims of revealing the future and inspiring the next generation of engineers, scientists, and designers.”
Randox will present its RABTA diagnostic equipment. Their new, most modern healthcare diagnostic testing system, the RABTA, can continually output patient findings from a Biochip every minute. Each Biochip can save 49 patient findings.
Randox’s EveryMan, EveryWoman test uses one biochip to screen for a wide range of health issues in record time. Visitors will learn about the RABTA machine, how it works, and the benefits of getting a health check during the event.
Fun facts, inspirational anecdotes, and hands-on STEM activities are common exhibitor activations. The Festival of Speed has a STEM curriculum and itinerary for schools and educational organizations. The Festival of Speed promotes STEM and allows visitors to find incredible information, exhibitions, and individuals that may inspire a career.