The INGV (Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica e Vulcanologia) is a public and autonomous Research Institute (1999).
INGV was meant to gather all scientific and technical institutions operating in Geophysics and Volcanology and to create a permanent scientific forum in the Earth Sciences.
INGV cooperates with universities and other national public and private institutions, as well as with many research agencies worldwide in the larger frame of several European and International programs.
INGV is currently the largest European body dealing with research in Geophysics and Volcanology.
Among the most recent branches Remote Sensing applied to investigate earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, natural and anthropogenic disasters. Such activities are carried on thanks to Copernicus data among the others.
Eng. Massimo Cocco
Eng. Marco Moro
Telespazio, a Leonardo and Thales 67/33 joint venture, is one of the world’s leading operators in satellite services.
Its activities range from the design and development of space systems to the management of launch services, from in-orbit satellite control to Earth observation, from integrated communications, satellite navigation and localisation services to scientific programmes.
Telespazio plays a leading role in the reference markets harnessing technological experience acquired over the years. Since its establishment, the company has participated in major European space programmes such as Galileo, EGNOS, Copernicus and COSMO-SkyMed.
> In 2016, Telespazio generated sales of EUR 577 million while employing approximately 2,500 people in eight countries.
|Registration||25 May – 6 Nov|
|Meeting Selection||6 Nov – 17 Nov|
|Event||21 Nov – 24 Nov|
|Costs||Free of charge|
|Venue||Italian Space Agency|
|Republic of Macedonia||1|
|United States of America||1|