Satellites are a crucial part of today's space industry, making it top 1 priority according to your needs from the previous editions. They are used for a wide range of purposes such as GPS, internet and radio communications, weather forecasting and television broadcasting.
They are capable of having a large view of earth. This makes them more effective at collecting data than other instruments on the ground making them essential in today’s communication.
Large groups, governments, space agencies will be able to discover new technologies and concepts for:
- Satellite payloads, mission systems and equipment
- Satellite propulsion and power systems
- Satellite materials and components
Launchers are the second largest area of space-manufacturing activity in Europe after commercial satellites, boosting European industry, and making it a priority in Paris Space Week (PSW).
You will meet key accounts (Investor, R&D, Purchasing, Project Leaders etc.) who are always looking for innovation and to present the launchers program from National Space Agencies.
Their main goal at our event is to:
- Discover new technologies and services integrated in their new launchers program.
- Identify and find partners in R&D who could also respond to their actual needs.
- Develop their corporate network.
- Find suppliers who offer their services or product to develop the European space sector in the launchers (rocket, cargo, and other)
Whether travelling near Earth or deep in our Solar System, every spacecraft is supported by a sophisticated 'ground segment' comprising computer systems, software, telecommunication networks and other resources that enable engineers and scientists to send up commands and receive data from on board instruments.
Following your recommendations, in this event you will have the opportunity to meet major actors related to this field of activity including specialists who establish ground control systems and equipment and/or ground systems control services).
Space applications related to Earth observation, telecommunications and global navigation can play a vital role in supporting disaster risk reduction, response, and recovery efforts, by providing accurate and timely information for decision-makers
Paris Space Week (PSW) is the opportunity to find new concepts to improve the accuracy and timing of the information that the space applications provide (data collection, 3D simulation, numeric models ...)