Jul 28, 2014

Satellite Masters Conference 2014: Forward-thinking applications for Galileo and Copernicus, 23 - 24 October, Berlin

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The first Satellite Masters Conference is much more than just a networking event: It is a unique marketplace for sharing innovations based on satellite navigation and Earth observation capabilities and connecting with the world’s leading network for downstream satellite business.

Taking place from 23-24 October 2014 in the start-up hub of Berlin, the event will feature an outstanding blend of conference sessions, workshops, and round-table discussions.

The sessions and workshops will be centred around leveraging satellite-derived data and other space solutions for sectors as diverse as:

  • Mobile and mobility solutions
  • Health and sport
  • Smart and sustainable urbanisation – cities of the future
  • Agriculture and food security
  • The upcoming Galileo Public Regulated Service
  • Oil, gas, and robotics

High-level round-table discussions will also concentrate on:

  • Supporting growth and entrepreneurship
  • Big business with big data from space

In addition, snapshots of trending topics will address:

  • Radar vision in the new Sentinel era
  • Small satellites, high resolution

Together with ESA space solutions , the conference will focus on entrepreneurial spirit and the impact of space technologies on business and society.

The event will cap off the joint Awards Ceremony of Europe’s major innovation competitions for space applications – the European Satellite Navigation Competition and Copernicus Masters.

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ADDITIONAL OPPORTUNITY

Business matching (23 & 24 October, all day)
The Satellite Masters Conference will provide an excellent opportunity for individual meetings with other conference participants. All participants are invited to register for the Business Matching to pre-schedule one-on-one meetings with their peers

REGISTER NOW

To attend the Satellite Masters Conference and Awards Ceremony 2014, free registration is required. Please use the online registration from at www.satellite-masters-conference.eu before 10 October.