Following two years of online only editions, EU Space Week – Europe’s premiere space event – is back. Happening 3 – 6 October, the 2022 edition will be held as a hybrid event, meaning you can join either online or physically in Prague, the heart of the EU Space Programme.
This not-to-be-missed event is set to bring together the entire EU space community, from policy makers, industry, start-ups, public authorities, investors and end users. The packed agenda will span the entire spectrum of the EU Space Programme.
“As the hallmark event for the European space sector, EU Space Week is a unique opportunity to see first-hand how European businesses – and society in general – are benefiting from the EU Space Programme,” says EUSPA Executive Director Rodrigo da Costa. “It’s particularly exciting to be able to host this year’s edition in Prague, the home of EUSPA headquarters.”
A ‘New Space’ for space
With the theme of ‘New Space’, sessions, plenaries, events and demonstrations will cover everything from current and future trends, market forecasts, business opportunities, space-application demonstrations and updates on the EGNOS, Galileo, Copernicus and GOVSATCOM programmes.
The event will also host the annual User Consultation Platform, where users from a range of market segments present their needs and requirements and help shape the evolution of the EU Space Programme and its services. Other highlights include the Copernicus Networks General Assembly, a CASSINI matchmaking event and sessions on Space for EU Resilience and Autonomy, EU Space for Secure Communications, Horizon Europe and Space 4 Equality – to name only a few.
As always, there will be ample opportunities for networking and knowledge sharing.
Ready to join over 1,200 representatives from Europe’s dynamic space sector? Then don’t delay, reserve you spot at EU Space Week 2022 by registering today at https://www.euspaceweek.eu/.
EU Space Week 2022 is jointly organised by the European Commission and EUSPA and is being held under the auspices of the Czech Presidency of the Council of the EU and the City of Prague.
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