The countdown is on! Registration for the first Satellite Masters Conference closes on 10 October, so don't miss your chance to discover the emerging market for downstream space applications in a wide variety of sectors.
Connect with high-level representatives from leading institutions such as the European Space Agency, European Commission, European GNSS Agency, European Patent Office, EU Committee of the Regions, Federal Ministry of Transport and Digital Infrastructure, German Aerospace Center, and NASA, as well as major industry players like Airbus Defence and Space, European Space Imaging, Hisdesat, Garmin, Nokia, Skybox Imaging, TomTom, T-Systems and many more. A multitude of exciting start-up companies from the European Space Agency's Business Incubation Centres (ESA BICs) and other award-winning entrepreneurs will also be in attendance.
Taking place on 23 - 24 October 2014 in the start-up hub of Berlin, the event will feature an outstanding blend of conference sessions, workshops, and round-table discussions. Meanwhile, the Satellite Masters Conference is much more than just a networking event: It is a unique marketplace for sharing innovations in space-based technology and infrastructure and connecting with the world's leading network for downstream satellite business. Become part of this unique constellation!
Awards Ceremony (23 October, 18:30)
The Conference will cap off the joint Awards Ceremony of Europe's major innovation competitions for space applications - the European Satellite Navigation Competition and the Copernicus Masters.
Business matching (23 & 24 October, all day)
The Satellite Masters Conference will provide an excellent opportunity for individual meetings with other conference participants. All participants are invited to register for the Business matching to pre-schedule one-on-one meetings with their peers.
To attend the Satellite Masters Conference and Awards Ceremony 2014, free registration is required. Please use the online registration form at www.satellite-masters-conference.eu before 10 October.