The Scottish Space Symposium will explore the benefits that Space technology can provide to businesses across all sectors, as well as uncovering future partnerships and opportunities.

Innovative new uses will undoubtedly continue to be developed. This Symposium brings together industry, research groups and other stakeholders to promote the benefit of Space-enabled services, identifying potential end user requirements and explore opportunities for joint working between and among providers and users.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to hear first hand about the Technology Strategy Board-funded Satellite Applications Catapult Centre, a technology and innovation focused initiative designed to reduce cost barriers and help UK businesses new products and services delivered by satellites.

Confirmed speakers include senior figures from:

European Space Agency
UK Space Agency
Technology Strategy Board
UK based Space Primes Contractors
Potential end users from the transport and energy sectors

Information provided from Space will be a significant growth area over the next decade and beyond, not only for companies developing platforms and systems to deliver it, but for companies able the use the data to develop new products and services.

The global Space market is worth over $250 Billion per annum, with the UK industry growing around 10% annually – driven by commercial and consumer services. Satellite data is increasingly being used in a range of industries including transport, financial services, agriculture and broadcasting.

The Scottish Space Symposium is organised by University of Strathclyde, Advanced Space Concepts Laboratory – with the support of Scottish Enterprise.

To find out more and to register click on the link: Bringing Space Down to Earth