A global space revolution is being fuelled by the exploration and exploitation of new data sets enabled by satellites to deliver data products in response to user needs, and for the betterment of life on Earth. This data is yielding insight into corporate policy and industrial activity around the globe; from corporate supply chains to oil production, and onto shipping and maritime activity and so much more.
To create a network and focus for this expanding activity, the Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications is hosting an international conference at the Technology & Innovation Centre in Glasgow. This 2-day conference will focus on the use of such satellite data and information to developing solutions. It will bring together data users from across the economy with data generators from the space sector, as well as pooling innovators and entrepreneurs from academia and the commercial sector with regulators, legislators, and venture capitalists.
Come and find out how satellite data can support and advance your company’s growth and innovation by hearing about how other companies are already using satellite data to develop processes and find solutions to challenges you face in today’s changing world.
Date: 1st – 2nd February 2017
Time: 8.30am – 5pm
Venue: Technology & Innovation Centre, 99 George Street, Glasgow G1 1RD
See the flyer for more details and more details about exhibition and sponsorship can be found on the website.
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