Under the auspices of the 2016 Dutch Presidency of the Council of the EU, the fourth edition of European Space Solutions is coming to The Hague. Taking place at the World Forum Convention Centre from 30 May to 3 June 2016, the major 5-day conference will bring together business and the public sector with users and developers of space-based solutions. Registration is free-of-charge but mandatory.
Get inspired by extraordinary speakers from international industry, research, and institutional entities
Topics include Agriculture & Food, Water, Smart Mobility, Climate Change & Environment, Health & Safety, and Energy
Expand your network with more than 2,000 professionals attending from across Europe and beyond
Discover the latest applications of Earth observation and satellite navigation
Meet entrepreneurs, start-ups, industry leaders, space stakeholders, investors, researchers, and policy makers
Monday, 30 May
Official opening of the 4th edition of European Space Solutions Exploring how the European Union's navigation and Earth observation programmes can deliver innovative solutions to real-life challenges.
European space policy focus A gathering of leaders from the public sector and industry discuss how space serves as a powerful tool in tackling today's economic, social, and environmental challenges.
Tuesday, 31 May
Opening of European Space Solutions exhibition For the first time, European Space Solutions will feature a hands-on showcase of over 50 innovative space applications, technology solutions and cutting-edge research results from across Europe, including a special focus on space applications in The Netherlands.
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Add to Calendar2016-05-30 14:00:002016-06-03 18:00:00Europe/BerlinEuropean Space Solutions 2016Mark your calendars for the fourth edition of European Space Solutions! This major 5-day conference will bring together business and policy makers with users and developers of space-based solutions. Don't miss the opportunity to learn about innovations that harness information from the European flagship space programmes, Galileo and EGNOS (satellite navigation) and Copernicus (Earth observation), and the EU's Horizon 2020 research programme, for a wide range of applications and services, gather insights about current developments, and discuss what is possible and needed in the future. www.european-space-solutions.euWorld Forum, Churchillplein 10, 2517 JW The Hague, The Netherlandsinfo@gsa.europa.eu