SPIE Space, Satellites + Sustainability (S3) - Organised by the University of Edinburgh and SPIE, this interdisciplinary meeting will highlight newly operational satellite systems providing new sensors supporting sustainability. Advances in the processing of big satellite data will be presented alongside novel analytics, including those producing actionable sustainability intelligence.
In this third session, we reflect on the role that geospatial intelligence plays in supporting the delivery of positive change. From addressing global challenges to delivering a new framework for responsible investment, we showcase how geospatial is at the heart of building a digital ecosystem for planet Earth.
The RSPSoc2020 theme is measure the world. From monitoring our changing climate, counting aircraft at airports, checking the progress of construction to documenting wildlife migration patterns. We know that remote sensing and photogrammetry are enabling measurement of our world at an astonishing scale, pace and detail. Whether your interests focus on data acquisition, processing, analysis, dissemination or insight we are confident that this year’s conference will provide you with an exciting and engaging technical programme.
Join us for a fast-paced event exploring the future of manufacturing in space, hosted by the Satellite Applications Catapult and Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult. We will be joined by representatives from across government, industry and academia to discuss how current manufacturing could be applied in space, and how the space environment could enhance future manufacturing capabilities.
To explore the challenges and opportunities presented by geospatial intelligence, KTN and Ordnance Survey have collaborated on a thought leadership publication that explores the changing landscape of location intelligence and what it means for business as usual. To launch the publication, KTN will be running a series of four webinars exploring the innovation landscape, the economic opportunity and the role of geospatial insights in building a more sustainable, resilient future.
Explore how Microgravity can provide valuable research and commercial opportunities for many sectors. This introductory knowledge-sharing webinar will raise awareness of Microgravity, and showcase associated beneficial services and applications, followed by a Q&A Panel and informal networking session.
Meet key players in the UK space industry and find out about the region’s space activities. Midlands Space Networking is back for an online networking session. We seek to build and strengthen the UK space community by organising a regular meetup to connect businesses, academics, organisations and individuals interested in space. Come along to our virtual networking event to share and discuss the latest space news/industry trends.
Satellite Applications Catapult are hosting this webinar to promote the capabilities of UK launch vehicle companies and facilitate introductions. The event will include an introduction to both well-established companies and organisations in the early stages of innovation in the provision of launch to give a wide overview of the sector as a whole.
The webinar will focus on how the Space Sector has adapted during COVID-19 and discusses the challenges of remote working, from team communication and productivity to keeping safe under the increasing number of cyber threats. Our aim is to promote collaboration between industry partners, and also provide a clearer picture of the world-wide effect over the Space Industry during the current challenges. Panel includes: Kristina Tamane - Space and Satellites Business Development Executive, University of Edinburgh
ONLINE - Satellite data services are integrated into many aspects of our lives, from satellite navigation through to environmental monitoring. A panel of experts will discuss the broad range of ways in which space technology is used and how Scotland is helping lead the way in developing the space technologies of the future.
ONLINE - Westcott Space Innovators is a monthly networking event for those that work in the space sector. Join us on the 29 April for a fantastic presentation from several space industry experts. This month, we will be joined by Mike Curtis-Rouse, Head of Manufacturing for Space at the Satellite Applications Catapult in addition to Adam Watts who works in Business and Strategic Development at Nammo Space. Make sure to register for the webinar now to avoid missing out.
ONLINE - We are inviting engineering and manufacturing businesses in the North East to join us on an online briefing of an exciting new supply opportunity for companies wanting to break into the space sector. With funding from the UK Space Agency and Cornwall Council, Virgin Orbit is now developing a UK supply chain for a Transportable Ground Operating System (TGOS) for their LauncherOne rocket that is going to revolutionise the launch capability of small satellites.
Now being delivered online by Ross Burgon, in this session you will find out more about the space sector and have the chance to explore how the technologies and innovation you are developing in your business could be enabled and enhanced through space data and technologies or could open up new market opportunities within the space sector. You’ll also discover more about the great funding and support initiatives available to your business to help turn your innovative ideas into market-ready products and services.
CANCELLED - UK Space Agency Business Support Showcase, in collaboration with Satellite Finance Network and Alden Legal, will celebrate the success of the UK Space Incubator Network so far and its potential. The event will incorporate awareness of Space Regulatory requirements and how further advice can be sought.
In association with the Open University, we are pleased to present an exclusive event on the UK Space Sector. Join us for this morning event to not only learn about the UK Space Sector, but most importantly the opportunities that exists for advanced engineering companies to become part of the supply chain.
The UKSEDS National Student Space Conference,, is the premier event for students interested in space, uniting them with academics and professionals from across the country to network, share knowledge, and discuss the challenges facing the sector. It is open to all, and features talks by leading space science and industry figures, a careers fair, and opportunities to take part in discussions and networking events.
We're delighted to draw on the vast experience of our innovative speakers from various sectors, who will share their learning and how it can be transferred to the challenges facing ocean energy and the engineering sector. This event will also explore Industry 4.0 offshore and the use of virtual and augmented reality in offshore environments.
At this month’s Space Innovators we will be joined by John Vesey, Business Development Lead for Health and Wellbeing at the Satellite Applications Catapult. John will be discussing the new Ambulance Living Lab Prototype facility that will be built at Westcott. Come along to hear about this new facility and let us know if you have ideas and services to offer from a connectivity provision or from a healthcare supplier provision.
The only event of its kind to bring the Space Applications sector together under one roof to network and connect across the community. Give you the opportunity to meet new companies, organisations, and individuals who are innovating at the forefront of the Space Applications sector, as well as others new to this journey.
The London Space Network is organising monthly happy hours across London to build and strengthen the UK space community. Do you work/aspire to work in the space sector? Are you looking to meet people from across the space industry? Come along to our monthly networking to share and discuss the latest space news/industry trends.
This event will bring together the organisations involved in looking after infrastructure assets through their lifetime (including infrastructure companies, local authorities, government agencies, insurance companies etc) with geospatial and space data companies who have novel capability applicable to solving the challenges faced in maintenance.
The national CAN DO Innovation Summit enables full immersion into the innovation journey to help businesses embrace the possibilities of tomorrow. SMEs will learn how collaborative innovation can help you to spark new ideas to drive productivity and tackle challenges through creative solutions. Meet the innovators, entrepreneurs, academics and investors.
This year’s theme is focusing on “Space4Everyone” and how YOU can get involved with space. It will include interactive panel sessions and keynote speakers relating to this theme, as well as the usual “unconference" format of T-5s, grid sessions, discussion topics where you are invited to contribute YOUR ideas.
There is an increasing demand for geospatial information amongst various financial institutions for a range of different use cases. The Spatial Finance Initiative (SFI) is inviting the geospatial community to hear from key decision makers in the finance sector why they need better information and where they see most value for geospatial solutions.
GIS Day provides a forum for users of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) technology to demonstarate real-world applications that are making a differece in our society. Throughout the day we will be running a series of interactive workshops and demonstrations where you can discover and explore the benefits of GIS technology and meet like-minded GIS users.
Join us for Scotland's leading sensing, imaging and IoT event - a free day of top class speakers, exhibitors, debate and networking. Hear from challenge providers in the space / Meet exhibitors from industry and academia showcasing new technologies / Understand how businesses are delivering sensing, imaging and IoT solutions across a range of markets / Network and connect with key business people, policy makers and researchers
Highways UK is the flagship event for and about roads for a modern and connected Britain. Whether your interest is in local authority and urban roads or the Strategic Road Network, Highways UK brings together the people and organisations involved in their planning, designing, building, operating and future-proofing.
Scotland’s space sector is growing and could be worth £4 billion by 2030. With growth comes opportunity and Equate Scotland have partnered with Skyrora, an Edinburgh based space technology company to deliver Equate’s October MeetUp. Join us if you’re a woman in STEM (Science, Tech, Engineering and Maths) and are interested in hearing about the opportunities in Scotland’s expanding space sector.
Ross Burgon is hosting this interactive session to help you find out more about the space sector and how the technologies/innovation you are developing in your business could be enabled/enhanced through space data/technologies or could open up new market opportunities within the space sector. Discover more about the great funding and support initiatives available to your business to help turn your innovative ideas into market-ready products and services.
SPRINT is thrilled to be supporting The London Space Network to build and strengthen the UK space community. Do you work/aspire to work in the space sector? Are you looking to meet people from across the space industry? Come along to the monthly networking to share and discuss the latest space news/industry trends.
Are you an SME or large organisation working in Artificial Intelligence, AR/VR, Digital, Health, Transport, Construction, Utilities, Energy etc? Could you be leveraging space technology and data for the benefit of your business? This event is designed for those companies who may not consider themselves to be in the space sector, but have the potential to use the space assets such as Satellite Navigation, Earth Observation data and Satellite Communications to their commercial advantage.
The theme of September’s ‘Innovation Friday’ will be: funding for research and innovation projects. In addition to the usual networking opportunities, there will be information sessions focusing on four specific sources of funding equally of interest to companies looking to de-risk and subsidise innovation projects as to academics looking to translate their research into social and economic impact. Come and hear about SPRINT from our Innovation Adviser Dr Stephen Wright at 1:30pm
Wales will play host to the 2019 UK Space Conference (24-26 September). This biennial flagship event brings together the entire space community, including government, industry, academia, research and financial communities. The conference will offer the space community unrivalled opportunities to meet, network, do business and shape the landscape for the coming years.
SPRINT is proud to be one of the sponsors of the Food Security and Resilience Copernicus Hackathon. Calling all coders, researchers, scientists, designers, storytellers, problem-solvers, and anyone enthusiastic about addressing challenges faced by us all. Over an exciting 48 hours, teams will work collaboratively using Copernicus data “coding experience” practically to develop solutions to address global and local needs applicable to us all based on specific food security challenges.
Stephen Wright is a guest speaker at this workshop which has been organised to create links between businesses, government and academics with the aim of producing some grant proposals for funded projects related to AI and connected services in cities of the future. This is a half-day session during which we will hear about cutting edge smart-city research, funding available for projects in this area, and generate ideas for future projects.
PUBLIC is excited to present its latest report: Time For Launch. With a panel of industry experts and policy representatives we will discuss what more needs to be done, especially in the context of Brexit, to support the adoption of space and satellite solutions to public sector challenges across government.
There will be 30 of the 89 Harwell Space Cluster organisations demonstrating new technologies and applications, which will drive future demand for space-derived products and services. This will be a great way to find out about the latest developments in the UK space industry, as well asthe strength, diversity and success of the innovative space organisations that are located at Harwell Campus.
Network and learn how SPRINT funding could help you. The SPRINT Programme funds new collaborative projects, which will drive forward University commercialisation and increase collaboration to boost economic growth. For SMEs, it is an opportunity to access support for creating new products and services to transform their commercial future.
Realising the opportunities of Satellite Applications from the South Coast. The South Coast Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications brings together academics, industrial, government and third sector partners to form a world leading cluster in satellite applications, delivering widespread technological and economic benefits for the South Coast region.
Introducing businesses across North West England & North Wales to the space sector. Designed for companies who may not consider themselves to be in the space sector, but have the potential to use the assets of space, such of GPS, Satellite Communications, or Earth Observation data, to their commercial advantage, 'Your Business Powered by Space' will demystify this rapidly growing resource and introduce you to the advantages and opportunities on offer.
With the expansion of access to satellite data and applications there are now more opportunities for Northern Ireland based industries than ever. The Your Business Powered by Space - NI event is for all enterprises who are curious in discovering how satellite data and technology can help your organisation to grow.
The Satellite Finance Network (SFN) is a network of individuals and organisations from the finance, legal, insurance, government and space technology and applications communities, from start-ups and small companies to industry leaders, with a common interest in delivering satellite and space-enabled projects to domestic and export markets around the world.