4th EU-Japan Satellite Positioning Roundtable set for 14 March

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07 January 2019
The roundtable will be an opportunity to explore GNSS business cooperation between Europe and Japan.
The roundtable will be an opportunity to explore GNSS business cooperation between Europe and Japan.

The Cabinet Office of the Goverment of Japan and the European Commission, in cooperation with the European GNSS Agency (GSA), will organise the 4th EU-Japan Satellite Positioning Public-Private Roundtable in Tokyo, Japan, on 14 March 2019.

At the roundtable the EU-Japan GNSS Mission, led by the European Commission, will consist of representatives from European industry, SMEs and start-ups. The National Space Policy Secretariat, from the Cabinet Office of the Goverment of Japan will host the delegation, arranging site visits and meetings with Japanese companies in the field of Automotive, Agriculture, Drones and other GNSS technologies.

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During these site visits, the participants will have the opportunity to see demonstrations of autonomous driving, smart agriculture and drones and meet with value-chain makers, application developers and end users.

Opportunity to explore business cooperation

The programme for the event, a final version of which will be announced in January 2019, also includes an overview of the Japanese Space Programme, an update on EU-Japan GNSS cooperation and a networking reception.

The event will provide companies from the EU and Japan with an opportunity to explore potential business cooperation in the application of GNSS technologies.

Registration to participate in the Mission is scheduled to open in mid-January 2019. For more information contact: com@gsa.europa.eu.

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Updated: Dec 08, 2022