Highlighting the Vital Drivers that Strengthen and Maintain Europe’s Future Sustainable Position in Space
Thursday 29 June 2023//3PM CEST
Stela Tkatchova - European Innovation Council and SMEs, Executive Agency (EISMEA), European Commission
Patricia Mounayer - Co-host of OGL Podcast, SGAC
Álvaro Alonso Ruiz - CEO, Leanspace
Europe has been a main player in space for decades and continues to contribute to key research and development for in-space and downstream applications. In November 2021, it was estimated that the European space economy was the second-largest in the world, with an approximate worth of between EUR 52-63 billion.
Europe has been taking actions to establish itself further in the global space industry, and is currently leading efforts on space debris mitigation and environmental monitoring while also implementing a secure satellite communications network. Meanwhile, like many other industries, the space technology supply chain is digitalising while it’s facing the challenge of an aging workforce.
This webinar shines a spotlight on the key drivers within Europe’s space industry, and what these developments mean for agencies, primes, SMEs and start-ups alike.
Topics to address:
Space debris mitigation
Space for Earth
Strong and diverse workforce and supply chain
You can watch our previous webinars on-demand.
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As the need for internet communications and connectivity increase in the everyday activities of the government, military, commercial and personal interactions, satellite communication systems are the key to the future growth. The combination of the elements from legacy cellular networks and new wireless technologies are creating opportunities to provide universal broadband mobility via new Low Earth Orbit (LEO) satellite networks, ground station and terminals, as well as, development challenges. LEO satellite constellations, ground station and terminal system developers are facing major challenges in testing their systems and their operations to ensure successful operation, communication and security. Simulation technology has provided a solution to these challenges that can save time, lower costs, provide metrics and performance.
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