Space Tech Expo Europe set to attract over 8,000 visitors in November

May 23, 2024

May 23, 2024

The 7th edition of Space Tech Expo Europe will take place from November 19-21 in Bremen, Germany (Courtesy Space Tech Expo Europe)
The 7th edition of Space Tech Expo Europe will take place from November 19-21 in Bremen, Germany (Courtesy Space Tech Expo Europe)

The 7th edition of Space Tech Expo Europe is scheduled to take place from November 19-21 in Bremen, Germany. The event organisers anticipate that over 8,000 industry professionals and 700+ exhibitors will attend the three-day show. There will also be more than 150 speakers across four conferences: Industry Conference, Smallsats Conference, Connectivity Conference, and Exhibitor Technology Forum.

The Industry Conference is intended to offer insights into the latest developments and trends within the European (and beyond) space sector, guiding the future of our thriving industry. Key topics will include launch, investment, space debris mitigation, satellite servicing, digitalisation.

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The Smallsats Conference focuses on advancing small satellite capabilities and how to attract new, non-space sectors to enhance Earth applications. It also covers scaling up, optimising Earth observation, data analysis, security, and small launch capabilities.

The Connectivity Conference unites pivotal stakeholders from satellite operations, ground segment operators, service providers, and mobility end-user markets, encompassing sectors such as aviation and maritime industries. Topics include autonomous European satellite infrastructures, inter-satellite communications, optimising ground stations, and ensuring signal and cyber security.

The Exhibitor Technology Forum is where industry companies unveil solutions and showcase their latest projects to a focused audience.

To register for the event, click here.

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