Data.Space 2018

 

Address:

Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC)
99 George Street
Glasgow G1 1RD

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Start:

31/01/2018 -

End:

02/02/2018 -

Event Background

Space-enabled data is an increasingly important means of observing our Earth. It offers solutions for the betterment of life alongside a wealth of new and unimagined business and science opportunities.

One of the key drivers of DATA.SPACE 2018 is to raise awareness of the commercial opportunities that will be created by the democratisation of space, providing a platform for thought-leaders across start-ups, investors, and decision, policy, knowledge, and data makers to network and discover our tomorrow, today.

This major international conference will attract delegates drawn from a broad spectrum of global academia, government and industries across many sectors, including energy, marine & maritime, sustainable cities, agriculture & aquaculture, life sciences, transport, and so much more.

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Our Involvement

Our CEO, Stuart Martin, will be speaking at the event, and we will be exhibiting with a few of our key projects and services:

  • In-Orbit Demonstration (IOD) – This programme offers opportunities to develop a bespoke CubeSat mission launched from the ISS to test new commercial satellite products or services.
  • Climate, Environment and Monitoring from Space (CEMS) – A unique, purpose-built service offering space-based climate change and Earth observation (EO) data and services in conjunction with Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud-based computing.
  • Sentinel Data Access Service (SEDAS) – An online portal enabling end-users to search and download data from Sentinel 1 & 2 satellites.
  • Data Discovery Hub – A unique tool which is being updated to provide a business opportunity to non-satellite experts to search for different satellite datasets.

More Information

If you would like to get in touch with us to discuss any of the above projects, or our involvement in this event, please email us at marketing@sa.catapult.org.uk.

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