Eurisy works with partner organisations across Europe.
AER (Assembly of European Regions)
The Assembly of European Regions is the largest independent network of regional authorities in wider Europe, bringing together nearly 230 regions from 35 countries along with 15 interregional organisations.
Established in 1985, AER is a forum for interregional co-operation and a lobbyist for regional interests on the European stage.
Aerospace Valley is a non-profit created on July 13, 2005 to grow the competitiveness of the Midi-Pyrénées & Aquitaine regions’ Aeronautics, Space, and Embedded Systems sectors on the national, European and international levels. Aerospace Valley was certified a “Worldwide Cluster” from its inception.
AEBR (Association of European Border Regions)
The AEBR works on behalf of the European border and cross-border regions with the aim to:
• highlight their special problems, opportunities, responsibilities and activities;
• represent their common interests vis-à-vis national and international parliaments, bodies, authorities and institutions;
• initiate, support and coordinate cooperation between the regions throughout Europe;
• promote exchanges of experience and information with a view to identifying and coordinating common interests among the diverse range of cross-border problems and opportunities, and to propose possible solutions.
Communautés de Compétences Techniques (CCT)
The Communautés de Compétences Techniques (CCT) was established at the initiative of the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) in 1998. It acts as a ‘knowledge hub’ for both space and non-space actors. CCT aims to promote the dissemination of space technologies to other sectors. To achieve this, CCT facilitates dialogue and best practice exchange through events and conferences and contributes expertise and know-how.
CoR (Committee of the Regions)
The Committee of the Regions is the voice of regions and cities in the European Union. It is comprised of 353 members - regional and locally elected representatives from the 28 EU countries, as well as 6 commissions covering competences in the following policy areas based on the EU Treaties:
• Employment, vocational training, economic and social cohesion, social policy, health.
• Education and culture.
• Environment, climate change, energy.
• Transport and trans-European networks.
• Civil protection and services of general interests.
EARSC (European Association of Remote Sensing Companies)
The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) is the European organisation which – on a non-profit basis – coordinates and promotes their member's activities in the area of services based on the delivery of geo-information products on customer demand.
Enterprise Europe Network Aeronautics & Space
Entreprise Europe Network gathers more than 600 organisations in 54 countries. The network helps SMEs make the most of business opportunities in Europe and beyond. Its Aeronautics & Space Sector Group organises company missions and match-making events for players in these two sectors.
ESPI (European Space Policy Institute)
The European Space Policy Institute (ESPI) provides decision-makers with an informed view on mid- to long-term issues relevant to Europe’s space activities. In this context, ESPI acts as an independent platform for developing positions and strategies.
EUROGI (European Umbrella Organisation for Geographic Information)
EUROGI is the European umbrella organisation for geographic information which aims to ensure good governance, economic and social development, environmental protection and sustainability, and informed public participation, by maximising the availability, effective use and exploitation of GI (geographic information) throughout Europe. This requires EUROGI to stimulate, encourage and support the development and effective use of GI and relevant technologies and policies, and to act as channel of the voice for the European GI community, private and public sectors alike.
ESOA (EMEA Satellite Operator's Association)
ESOA is the world's only CEO-driven association, and leads a coordinated and impactful response to the global challenges and opportunities the commercial satellite communications sector faces. Today the association represents 21 satellite operators from the EMEA region. Thus it offers a unified voice for the world's largest operators and important regional operators towards all international, regional and national organisations and regulators.
Galileo Services is a non-profit organisation founded in 2002 as a major partner for the European GNSS programmes, Galileo and EGNOS, and GNSS application development. Its mission is to support and assist the programme implementation and to stimulate GNSS downstream technology and business development (terminals, applications and services) as well as contribute to partnerships, advertise EU Industry competencies all over the world, support EU institutions as needed and express industry views.
Having merged with OREGIN (the Organisation of European GNSS Industry of equipment and services) in 2009, the Galileo Services network represents now more than 180 member organisations (from Europe, North America and Asia) ranging from SMEs to large companies.
A Horizon 2020 funded project, GEO-CRADLE is first and foremost an exciting opportunity to interconnect a regional community of geo-information actors covering the Balkans, Middle East and North Africa. The project aims to enable a better utilisation of Earth Observation (EO) data by bringing together a wide range of stakeholders. From academic and research organisations to SME, the project seeks to connect diverse and sometimes contrasting actors, within the data value added chain.
Established in 2005, GEO is a voluntary partnership of governments and organizations. GEO Member governments include 101 nations and the European Commission, and 95 Participating Organizations. Together, the GEO community is creating a Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) that will link Earth observation resources world-wide across multiple societal benefit areas.
NEREUS, the Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies, is an initiative by regions from all over Europe which share as Full Members its governance. Emphasis is placed on the use of space technologies. The network aims to explore the benefits of space technologies for Regions and their citizens and to spread their applications. NEREUS is a strong voice for the regional dimension of European Space Policy and programs as well as end-user needs.
Regions4GreenGrowth was an initiative of EU regions who had defined high sustainable energy ambitions. The overall objective of the project was to equip these regions with regional policy instruments, mechanisms and approaches to improve access to finance and speed up investments in sustainable energy projects (e.g. renewable energy generation capacity, energy efficiency measures) in their territories.
The purpose of the SABER Thematic Network was to create a long term, sustainable environment in which stakeholders interested in tackling the Digital Divide could contribute to the roll out and take up of broadband for all. Furthermore, its scope has been to create the conditions for the most efficient and effective contribution of satellite systems to support the achievement of the objectives set in Europe 2020 and subsequently in the Digital Agenda for Europe (DAE).
Born out of the merger of Pole Pegasus and Risks, as a COSPACE initiative, for the French region of Alpes-Côte d'Azur, the cluster brings together around 600 members. Companies, research and training organisations make up a network of know-how around experts in digital services and spatial data. The platform aims to promote innovation hubs and support the development of new business and services.
As the European SME umbrella organisation, UEAPME incorporates around 80 member organisations from 34 countries consisting of national cross-sectorial SME federations, European branch federations and other associate members, which support the SME family.