Organized by our members at the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) together with the Centro de Investigación y Difusión Aeronáutico-Espacial (CIDA-E) the 2018 edition of this event will bring together representatives from the space sector, academia and industry to share their latest views, analyse current challenges and find collaborative solutions on topics such as democratization of space data, preservation of natural resources, detection and study of climate change, as well as applications for maritime and agricultureto name a few. Plenary Sessions and Keynotes are all on the agenda and available on the event's website.
Events organised by Eurisy and/or those we contribute to.
Hosted by Eurisy's member, the InterBalkan Environment Center (I-BEC), in the context of GEO-CRADLE, a Horizon2020 project aimed at promoting the uptake of GEO and Copernicus satellite data in the region, the two-day workshop will bring together local and regional stakeholders to exchange on a roadmap for the future implementation of GEOSS and Copernicus beyond 2020. Climate change, food security, water extremes, solar energy and raw materials are among the adressed themes.
The Committee of the Regions (CoR), the European Space Agency (ESA) and Eurisy jointly organise this workshop to analyse the needs of the energy sector, assess the possible contributions of space assets to respond to such needs, and discuss best practices to make space-based data and services available to potential users operating in the energy sector.
This workshop is organised within the EU Sustainable Energy Week (EUSEW).
The Toulouse Space Show is a major global forum dedicated to novel Space solutions, future trends and the new Space economy. Eurisy will host a session during the forum. The session will present three different applications of satellite data and signals to improve cities’ efficiency and sustainability. The experiences of use satellite applications will be presented by local authorities and private companies providing key services in cities.
The session is organised in the framework of the Eurisy’s “Space for Cities” initiative and in cooperation with CNES and NEREUS.
The event will gather a worldwide delegation of the leading innovators, policy makers, industry leaders and entrepreneurs in Algiers to assess global Smart City growth strategies and partnership opportunities. Eurisy will be present to showcase its "Space4Cities" initiative and highlight success stories from cities relying on innovative satellite-based services.
European Innovation Partnerships (EIPs) are European Commission initiatives driven by known challenges, and focusing on societal benefits and a rapid modernisation of the associated sectors and markets. Separated into clusteres and working around 11 priority areas raning from urban mobility to business models, the EIP Smart Cities and Communities Partnership bring together cities from across Europe to build opportunities in the EU marketplace for smart cities. Eurisy Secretary General, Mr Toby Clark, will be joining the General Assembly to talk on Eurisy's "Smart Cities" initiative.
The European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories will be organising its 5th Joint Workshop on using remote sensing data to improve urban spaces. Eurisy will be joining the workshop to talk on its "Space4Cities" initiative and hands-on bottom-up user feedback on the challenges faced by local administrations and SMEs to access and use satellite data and signals.