The Netherlands Space Office, TNO and Enterprise Europe Network Netherlands invite you to the Space-MATCH Brokerage Event 2014. This event aims to establish a bridge between the special world of space research and successful commercial business development on Earth. Given the theme of ‘Space Data Utilization’, this year’s event will focus on the use of satellite data for a large variety of applications, ranging from navigation, safety and security to agriculture, subsidence and air quality.
The Keynote lecture during the event will be given by Ed Parsons (Google).
Ed Parsons is the Geospatial Technologist of Google, with responsibility for evangelizing Google’s mission to organize the world’s information using geography, and tools including Google Earth, Google Maps and Google Maps for Mobile. In his Keynote Ed Parsons will share his thoughts on how the European Space Sector can become more relevant to the citizens of Europe, by making technology and information more accessible.
Space-MATCH will target a wide spectrum of companies and specialized research centers interested in sharing project ideas, meeting partners, fostering collaboration and identifying new business opportunities in the area ‘Space Data Utilization’.
There will be special focus and exclusive workshops
on the following topics:
Therefore we specifically invite companies
from the following sectors to attend:
Costs: Free of charge
Space-MATCH 2014 intends to make entrepreneurs more familiar with technologies developed within the European space programs. The underlying idea is that this know-how can also be used successfully outside the space domain and contribute to innovation and new business generation in many different areas. Thus, Space-MATCH 2014 may help you to turn high-end knowledge into a commercial success for you company.
Space-MATCH can look back on nine successful editions. The tenth edition will be held on November 27, 2014 at the Faculty of Aerospace Engineering of Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands. The event will have an international scope through the collaboration with Enterprise Europe Network and its Aerospace and Space Sector Group.
|Registration||2 Oct – 24 Nov|
|Meeting Selection||1 Nov – 25 Nov|
|Costs||Free of charge|
|Venue||Faculty of Aerospace Engineering, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.|