Organised by the EU Agency for the Space Programme and the European Commission, under the auspices of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of the European Union, the EU Space Week 2023 is taking place in Sevilla from the 7th to 9th of November. The top European Union space conference is a unique opportunity to get an up-close look at how European businesses – and society in general – benefit from the EU Space Programme.
"The EU Space Week is the hallmark of the European space sector, bringing together top policy and decision makers across the EU, scientists, space industry experts and entrepreneurs from all walks of life. It’s a platform where actors involved or interested in the EU Space Programme can share knowledge, experiences and reflect on how we can improve the services currently offered by Galileo, EGNOS, Copernicus and GOVSATCOM/IRIS2. I am excited to announce that the registrations for the EU Space Week 2023 are officially open as of today! I look forward to welcoming you all in Sevilla" remarked EUSPA Executive Director Rodrigo da Costa.
What to expect?
While more details will be revealed in the coming weeks, here’s a sneak peek of what awaits you:
- Keynote speeches by Diana Morant, Minister of Science and Innovation and Thierry Breton, European Commissioner for Internal Market
- New and insightful sessions including sessions on Space Traffic Management and Space Security
- New ways to do space and innovate
- Live demonstrations of applications powered by the EU Space Programme
- Social events and networking opportunities
Latitude: 37.40347465 Longitude: -5.93310621
The EU Space Week will be hosted at the Fibes Conference and Exhibition centre, just two kilometres from the picturesque city of Sevilla.
To find your way to the conference centre use your Galileo-enabled, mobile phone or wearable.
Can’t make it to Sevilla? No worries, we will be livestreaming the event.
The EU Space Week is jointly organised by the European Commission and the EU Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) and held under the auspices of the Spanish Presidency of the Council of European Union.
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