Mark your calendar for the fourth edition of the European Space Solutions conference, 30 May – 3 June 2016 in The Hague, The Netherlands.
The fourth edition of the European Space Solutions conference is set for 30 May through 3 June 2016 in The Hague, The Netherlands. Under the auspices of the 2016 Dutch Presidency of the European Council, this five-day event will highlight how space-based services and technologies are the key to providing the efficient, effective and sustainable services that European society demands.
The conference will bring together leaders and representatives of the public and private sectors from Europe and across the globe, along with users, developers and thought leaders for a wide-array of presentations, panel discussions, workshops and a unique hands-on showcase of innovative space solutions.
Top Five Reasons to Attend
- Listen to European policy makers discuss how to harness space in tackling Europe’s tough challenges
- Get inspired by extraordinary speakers from international industry, research and institutional entities.
- Discover innovative, effective and efficient solutions in the areas of Agriculture and Food, Water, Mobility, Climate Change, Health and Safety, and Energy
- Meet entrepreneurs, start-ups, industry leaders, space stakeholders, investors, researchers and policy makers and network with more than 2,000 professionals coming from across Europe and beyond.
- See a showcase of the latest space-based applications in Earth observation, satellite navigation, and European space research
Don’t miss this opportunity for an inside look at the possibilities space applications offer to a wide range of businesses and sectors.
While in The Hague, you can also visit the European Space Expo, which is set to touch down in The Hague’s Old City Centre from 27 May – 5 June. Join the over 900,000 European citizens who have already visited this unique, hands-on showcase of Europe’s space programmes.
More information, preliminary agenda and pre-registration for the European Space Solutions conference is available here.
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