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  • 6th Annual ScyLight Conference

    You are invited to participate in the sixth edition of the annual ScyLight Conference on 15 and 16 May 2023, and a Workshop on the future of Quantum Technologies on 17 May 2023.

    The conference will be hosted jointly by the Ministry of Digital Governance, General Secretariat of Telecommunications and Post and ESA.

  • Space2Connect 2023

    Space2Connect is a place to explore and discuss emerging space-based solutions for today’s and tomorrow’s digital economy. Giving an outline across the whole satcom upstream and downstream business value chain, we aim to foster partnerships and inspire new strategies for technology development and market growth.

  • UKSA ARTES Telecoms Webinar

    The ESA 5G/6G Team & UK Space Agency will announce significant funding linked to space-enabled 5G solutions, opening opportunities for industry to develop innovative services related to hybrid terrestrial-satellite communication. 

  • Civil Security From Space Industry Day

    Europe is facing increasingly significant challenges to cope with humanitarian crises, climate change, cybercrime, and geopolitical instability. The World Economic Forum’s 2021 Global Risks Report puts extreme weather events and cybersecurity failures as the third and fourth most clear and present dangers to the world, ahead of any other economic, environmental or geopolitical risks..

  • ESA Investor Forum in Lisbon

    The ESA Investor Forum is a high-profile event for space-related investment opportunities. It connects start-ups and scale-ups from the ESA network with International investors. The 24th edition of the ESA Investor Forum will be held in Lisbon, in October 31st.

  • 1st ESA Workshop on Satcom in VLEO - Telecommunications in Very Low Earth Orbit

    In recent years, there has been a notable increase in interest in constellation initiatives, bringing Satcoms to orbits progressively closer to Earth. Whilst this brings with it amazing opportunities, such as very low latency and direct-to-handheld communications, flying in VLEO comes with several challenges.

    The 1st ESA Workshop on Satcom in VLEO event aims to identify the key technologies, concepts and solutions for the design and implementation of Satellite Communications constellations to fly in Very Low Earth Orbit.

  • OPS-SAT VOLT & Lunar Communications Industry Day

    The UK Space Agency (UKSA) and European Space Agency (ESA) will be running a joint optical and lunar communications industry day in Bristol on 14th September 2022.

    The focus of the day will be the launch of two parallel competitions. The first competition, OPS-SAT VOLT, will be to develop the next generation optical and quantum payloads, alongside developing the platform and ground segment. The second competition will be the UK’s first dedicated commercial lunar communications call.

  • Space for Inspiration: Business Edition 2022

    Sign up now to join the growing community to discuss the future of commercialisation in exploration. This event is a must for key players in commercialisation ranging from private industry, to public organisations and space agencies to financial stakeholders and investors.

  • ScyLight Industry Day - France

    The “Fourth Industrial Revolution” comes with an increasing pace of development and digitalisation, driven - and enabled by vast amounts of data. Already today, the limitations of conventional networks impact the deployment and end user service capacity, and today’s Satellite Communication Market must innovate in an ever more digital and connected global market. 

  • ESA-Oxford University Course: Satellite Communications and Navigation: Technologies, Markets and Applications

    This 5-day course gives a complete introductory overview of satellite communications and navigation. The target audience is graduates and young professionals with an engineering and/or financial background and senior professionals wishing to expand their background towards satcoms systems and services. The course has been developed by specialists from the European Space Agency (ESA) in conjunction with leading industry experts.