Special Guest of the Toulouse Space Show 2016 : India

Associated events at a glance:

Detailed information about each event below

Please note you must register to the associated events to attend them:
https://it.cborg.info/TSS2016/index.html

 

EventDateLocationRegistration
1- Open conference: Best success of technology transfer Officers from spatial agencies (NASA, ESA, JAXA, DLR, CNES,…)Tuesday 28 June 2016 – 10:30 >> 12:00Room Ariane1 et 2 (Level 1)Online registration
2 - French semi-final and final of ActInSpaceTuesday 28 June 2016 – 14:00 >> 18:00Room Ariane 1&2 (Level 1)By invitation
3 - International semi-final and final of ActInSpaceWednesday 29 June – 10:00 >> 17:00Room Ariane 1&2 (Level 1)By invitation
4 - Conference for the Space Agency Technology Transfer OfficerThursday 30 June – 09:00 >> 17:00Room Argos (Level 1)By invitation
5 - EUROCAE WG-62 Meeting 4128 > 30 June 2016 – 09:00 >> 17:30Room Guillaumet 1 & 2 (Level 2)By invitation
6 - Breakfast « Doing business with India – Special guest: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) »Wednesday 29 June – 8:15 >> 9:35Room Caravelle 2 (Level 0)By invitation
7 - Vers une nouvelle dynamique pour le marché des nanosatellitesWednesday 29 June - 9:30 >> 18:00Room Spot
(Level 1)
By invitation
8 - 3rd e-KnoT Technology Road Show - SPACEThursday 30 June – 9:00 >> 13:00Room Spot
(Level 1)
By invitation
9 - Atelier PME : quelles opportunités à l'export ?Thursday 30 June – 13:30 >> 16:30Room Spot
(Level 1)
Online registration
10 - « NetSat » Day, satcom technical workshop on network and accessThursday 30 June - 8:50 >> 18:20Room Ariane 1 (Level 1)Online registration
11 - Women in Aerospace Europe Toulouse – Get together with Claudie HaigneréThursday 30 June – 11:30 – 13:00Room Ariane 2 (Level 1)By invitation
12 - L’Observation de la Terre en Afrique, enjeu de développementThursday 30 June - 14:00 >> 18:00Salle Cassiopée (Niveau 1)Online registration
13 - Galileo and EGNOS: Key advantages for ITS applications provided by the European Navigation Systems. Tutorial for ITS developers
Thursday 30 June – 8:30 >> 17:30 Room Daurat (Level 3)Online registration
14 – SME4SPACE General AssemblyWednesday 29 June - 14:00Room Daurat (Level 3)By invitation
15 – Conférence Polar PodThursday 30 June - 11:00 >> 12:00Room Cassiopée (Level 1)Online registration
17 – Réunion des membres de la communauté des villes ArianeWednesday 29 June - 16:30 >> 18:30Room Argos
(Level 1)
By invitation
18 – 1986-2016 Earth Observation: 30 years of innovationsFrom 28 to 30 JuneRoom Concorde (Level -0.5)

 


Detailed information:


1 – Open conference: Best success of technology transfer Officers from spatial agencies (NASA, ESA, JAXA, DLR, CNES,…)

Tuesday 28 June 2016 – 10:30 >> 12:00 – Room Ariane1&2 (Level 1)

This conference will highlight the benefits of technology transfer from space to earth potential spin-in success stories. This will give usual attendees of the Toulouse Space Show, but also specialists in technology transfer, young entrepreneurs, students, business leaders, developers, artists, jobseekers, Research and Development institutions and larger corporations,   the opportunity to think outside the box and learn more about the potential stemming from the space industry.
The Space Technology Officer of the most prestigious Space agencies (NASA, ESA, JAXA, DLR, CNES, ..) will present their best technology transfer stories or how technology transfer is organized in their agency, and how other institutions or enterprises could benefit from these approaches.

Free access but registration required.

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2 – French semi-final and final of ActInSpace

Tuesday 28 June 2016 – 14:00 >> 18:00 – Room Ariane 1&2 (Level 1)

actinspace_01ActIAIS MapnSpace is an event organize by CNES (French National Center of Spatial Studies), ESA (European Spatial Agency) and ESA BIC Sud France.
This event will bring together young entrepreneurs, students, business leaders, developers, artists and jobseekers, over the weekend of 20/21 may. Together they will form teams composed by more or less 5 persons to meet in 24h one of the challenges proposed by the organisers. The topic is the use of spatial technologies in ordinary life. 12 French towns will participate and the winner of each town will be invited to the French final which will occur during this event. The first price was invitations to a rocket launch in french Guyana.

This associated event is private and reserved to the candidates, the members of the jury, the organisers and the persons who will coach during the ActInSpace week-end 20/21 of May.

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3 – International semi-final and final of ActInSpace

Wenesday 29actinspace_02 June – 10:00 >> 17:00 – Room Ariane 1&2 (Level 1)

AIS Map All the selected teams in each country for the international final of ActInSpace will compete on the 29th of june. The semi-final will occur on the morning and the final the afternoon. The first price was invitations to the weightlessness experience of free floating in the air like an astronaut during a flight in the W310 of Novespace.
This associated event is private and reserved to the candidates, the members of the jury, the organisers and the persons who will coach during the ActInSpace week-end 20/21 of May.

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4 – Conference for the Space Agency Technology Transfer Officer

Thursday 30 June – 09:00 >> 17:00 – Room Argos (Level 1)

As a continuation of the Meeting held in ESTEC and organized by ESA in September 2015, CNES organizes the 2nd SATTO (Space Agencys’s Technology Transfer Officer) Meeting in the framework of the Toulouse Space Show. We believe it is a good opportunity for the Managers of the Technology Transfer activities from several international agencies to get together, in order to continue the discussions  on best practices, trends and potential collaboration.  

This associated event is private and reserved to the Space Agencys’s Technology Transfer Officer.

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eurocae 5 – EUROCAE WG-62 Meeting 41

The European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment
L’Organisation Européenne pour l’Equipement de l’Aviation Civile

From 28 to 30 June 2016 – 9:00 >> 17:30 – Room Guillaumet 1 & 2 (Level 2)

WG-62/Galileo is tasked to act as a forum to foster the earliest introduction of GALILEO based services for aviation, but it is also a venue to share technical concerns between aviation SBAS users and service providers.

GALILEO, future European navigation satellite system including ground, space and airborne elements, was expected to be integrated (with GPS) in the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) by 2008. WG-62 is preparing recommendations on the operational use of GNSS, airborne GPS/Galileo/SBAS receiver equipment (MOPS), precision approach to Cat I, II, IIIB for a combined Galileo/GPS system (MOPS), and the use of SBAS L5 signal in space (ICD). A revision of the Terms of Reference of WG-62 is on-going.
WG-62 works in coordination with RTCA SC-159 Global Positioning System.

Chairperson: Pierre Bouniol, THALES AVIONICS

Secretary: Pierre Durel, GSA

Attendance to this meeting is for EUROCAE members only.

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LRMP6 – Breakfast « Doing business with India – Special guest: Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) »

Wednesday 29 June – 8:15 >> 9:35 – Room Caravelle 2

With more than a hundred rocket launches and satellites placed in orbit from its Sriharikota launch base, India is now a confirmed player in the space sector and is a special guest of the 2016 edition of the Toulouse Space Show.
The Languedoc Roussillon Midi Pyrenees Region and Madeeli, in partnership with CNES, are offering regional companies direct access to representatives of ISRO, the Indian Space Agency, who will present their current space programmes during a Breakfast Event organised especially for discussions between ISRO and businesses in the Region. This event will also provide an opportunity to show ISRO the excellence to be found in our region in this flagship sector of the local economy. Regional companies will be able to showcase their technological achievements within the space sector, concerning both applications and infrastructures, on 29 June from 8.15am.

 

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This event will be in English.

By invitation, for Indian and regional companies only

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7 – Vers une nouvelle dynamique pour le marché des nanosatellites

Wednesday 29 June – 9:30 >> 18:00 – Room Spot (Level 1)

Le Club « Nano » vise à structurer et dynamiser l’écosystème national  en matière de développement de nanosatellites (1 à 50 Kg)

Son objectif et de mettre en place un réseau fédérant les acteurs industriels et académiques du secteur, en jouant sur les complémentarités et les domaines d’excellence propres à chacun.

Toulouse Space Show permettra à ces acteurs de se réunir, de se présenter, d’échanger et de contribuer aux orientations qui permettront de conduire le Club vers la voie d’une réussite collective.

En langue française, sans traduction.

Sur invitation.

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e-KnoT8 – 3rd e-KnoT Technology Road Show – SPACE

Thursday 30 June – 9:00 >> 13:00 – Room Spot (Level 1)

The goal of the 3rd e-KnoT Technology Road Show is to enable a dynamic and creative GNSS product, service and application development in space sector. The event aims to raise awareness and support capacity building by providing deep insights in new research results in space domain and their potential for business.

The 3rd TRS will be a chance for companies to tap into the knowledge developed by universities and research institutes and to answer on a questions:

  • What are the new technologies developed within research institutes and universities?
  • Where do they derive from and how could they be included?

By providing research results on dedicated topics from space domain to companies (with a special focus on SMEs) the Technology Roadshow will initiate an important knowledge transfer.

For more information please visit: www.eknotproject.eu or contact organisers.

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9 – Atelier PME : quelles opportunités à l'export ?

Thursday 30 June – 13:30 >> 16:30 – Room Spot (Level 1)

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Le CNES, en lien avec Business France, les pôles de compétitivité Aerospace Valley, Astech et Safe Cluster, les maîtres d’oeuvres industriels Airbus Defence and Space et Thales Alenia Space et la Chambre de Commerce et d’Industrie de Toulouse organisent, le 30 juin 2016 à 13h30, un atelier PME sur le thème de l’export, en événement associé du Toulouse Space Show au Centre de Congrès Pierre-Baudis de Toulouse.
Cet événement a pour objectifs :

  • Soutenir le développement économique de PME innovantes à l’export (hors Union européenne et pays membres de l’Agence spatiale européenne),
  • Informer les PME fournisseurs stratégiques du domaine spatial des opportunités de marché à l’export et des dispositifs d’aides pour s’y préparer individuellement.
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En langue française, sans traduction.

Accès libre mais inscription obligatoire.

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10 – « NetSat » Day, satcom technical workshop on network and access

Thursday 30 June – 8:50 >> 18:20 – Room Ariane 1 (Level 1)

The aim of this day is to provide an opportunity for discussion and exchanges about satellite « high layer » technical topics, based on the presentation of a selection of current works.
In telecommunications networks as a whole, satellite telecommunications have been largely marginalised to commercially profitable TV broadcasting applications. The interactive services represent open issues on their integration in terrestrial networks. This meeting will focus on all networking technologies that can facilitate the integration of satellites in the constantly changing telecommunications environment and increase the overall performance of satcom systems.

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This event will be in English.

Free access but registration required.

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WIA11 – Women in Aerospace Europe Toulouse – Get together with Claudie Haigneré

Thursday 30 June – 11:30 >> 13:00 – Room Ariane 2 (Level 1)

Claudie Haigneré

This event with Claudie Haigneré  will bring together pupils and WIA-E Toulouse members for a discussion on growing opportunities in the Space sector for women and how gender diversity in science and technology can be a strong lever for developing innovation and performance. Claudie Haigneré will share impressions of her career and the WIA-E Toulouse network will present their goals and action plan.  This will be followed by an informal and open discussion. This unique opportunity aims to encourage young people to take up scientific paths and inspire professional women to develop their leadership in their various fields of expertise of the space sector.

WIA-E Toulouse is a network of passionate women and men promoting Gender Diversity in the aerospace sector as a key lever for improving innovation and performance. WIA-E Toulouse local group chaired by Catherine Lambert (CERFACS director) has been created in November 2014 and gathers 50 members and more than 100 followers.

En langue française, sans traduction.

By invitation.

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12 – L’Observation de la Terre en Afrique, enjeu de développement

30 juin – 14:00 >> 18:00 – Salle Cassiopée (Niveau 1)

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L’objectif de l’événement associé est de discuter des enjeux du développement de l’observation de la Terre en Afrique, opéré en partenariat entre l’action publique française, le secteur privé français ou européen, et les acteurs africains. L’événement sera structuré en deux sessions qui illustreront à l’aide d’exemples les actions menées par les acteurs publics et privés, suivies d’une table ronde rassemblant des représentants du monde public et privé dont l’objectif sera de dessiner la voie d’une meilleure articulation des rôles des différents acteurs .

En langue française, sans traduction.

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13 – Galileo and EGNOS: Key advantages for ITS applications provided by the European Navigation Systems. Tutorial for ITS developers

Thursday 30 June – 8:30 >> 17:30 – Room Daurat (Level 3)

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Organized by GUIDE GNSS

The Jupiter project will offer a one-day training session tailored for ITS application developers. The training will provide an overview on the most relevant aspects of European GNSS – EGNSS technology. The focus will be on the new European satellite navigation system Galileo, on the EGNOS augmentation system and on the impact of satellite navigation technology on the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) domain including its evolution.

The Jupiter training sessions will be provided by GNSS experts from some of the most relevant competence centres on GNSS technology in Europe: Istituto Superiore Mario Boella (Italy), GNSS Usage Innovation and Development of Excellence (France), Thales Alenia Space France (France). All the experts have a strong background both from the scientific and industrial point of view and will explain how GNSS and EGNSS technologies will improve the way ITS developers create and manage ITS applications.

Main topics:

  • European GNSS – EGNSS principles
  • Characterisation of EGNSS performance in relation to application requirements
  • Exploitation of Galileo, EGNOS and EDAS for road applications
  • Successful projects and case studies

JUPITER project is funded by the European GNSS Agency (GSA) under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 R&D programme.

JUPITER aims to promote the European GNSS satellite navigation technology – EGNSS, in particular in the field of Intelligent Transportation Systems. The project will present EGNSS applications able to highlight EGNSS added value and advantages at several events with international relevance, above all the 2015 ITS World Congress in Bordeaux, France and the 2016 ITS World Congress in Melbourne, Australia.

For more information please visit: www.guide-gnss.com or contact organizers

This event will be in English.

Subject to availability

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SME4SPACE_Logo14 – SME4SPACE General Assembly

Wednesday 29 June – 14:00 – Room Daurat (Level 3)

During the Toulouse Space Show 2016, SME4SPACE will celebrate its annual General Assembly.

SME4SPACE is a not for profit Association, gathering 13 European Space SME Associations and 5 SMEs so far, both from EU and ESA Member States.

This is the second time that SME4SPACE organises its General Assembly at Toulouse Space Show, highlighting the relevance of this event for the overall space stakeholders in Europe.

Attendance to this meeting is for SME4SPACE members only.

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logo_polarpod201615 – Conférence Polar Pod par Jean-Louis Etienne

Thursday 30 June – 11:00 >> 12:00 – Room Cassiopée (Level 1)

PPOD-vertical-visuelPolar Pod est un projet porté par le célèbre explorateur français Jean-Louis Etienne. L’objectif est d’effectuer un tour du monde dans l’océan le plus inhospitalier de la planète, l’océan Austral. Pour ceci JL. Etienne et son équipe se sont inspirés de la plate forme de la Navy, le FLIP, pour proposer un navire vertical, dont la stabilité est assurée par des lests plongés dans les masses d’eau profondes. D’une hauteur totale de 120m, dont 20 au dessus de la surface, le Polar Pod disposera des outils de mesures les plus performants. La dérive complète autour du continent Antarctique est prévue pour durer de 2 à 3 ans durant lesquels des scientifiques vont se relayer à bord. Ils effectueront un ensemble inédit de mesures en toutes saisons qui permettront de caractériser cette région extrêmement riche en biodiversité et principal puits de carbone de la planète.  Le Polar Pod est une plateforme scientifique énergétiquement autonome, zéro émission, conçue pour être stable face aux courants et pour dériver sans propulsion externe.

PolarPod se veut une aventure humaine, scientifique et technologique hors‐norme, digne de Jules Verne, pour l’exploration de l’immense océan Austral qui représente l’une des dernières frontières de la planète !

etienneLe CNES a suivi Jean Louis Etienne lors de ses précédents défis : en été 2002 pour la mission Banquise lorsqu’il dérive en solitaire sur la banquise de l’océan glacial arctique à bord du  Polar Observer, puis de nouveau en avril 2010 pour l’expédition Arctic observer lorsqu’il effectue le survol en ballon de l’océan arctique. Le CNES s’intéresse aujourd’hui au nouveau défi de JLE pour, en particulier,  la collecte de mesures in situ dans l’immensité de l’océan austral. Ces mesures, vérités terrains indispensables à toutes observations satellites, permettront la validation des estimations des courants, de la couleur de l’eau, des vents, de la hauteur des vagues et de la salinité… Elles seront ainsi un complément tout particulier au programme CNES CFOSAT (coopération Franco-Chinoise) dédié à la mesure des vagues et du vent, le satellite devant être lancé en 2018 comme le PolarPod. Elles seront également un élément de préparation du programme SWOT (coopération France USA) dédié à la mesure haute résolution de la circulation océanique. Toutes ces mesures sont attendues par la communauté scientifique mais aussi par les agences travaillant sur la sécurité en mer et le routage des navires. De plus, Jean louis Etienne qui s’est toujours beaucoup investi auprès du public et des scolaires, envisage pour cette nouvelle aventure, un projet pédagogique international.

 

 

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This event will be in French with translation in English.

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17 – Réunion des membres de la communauté des villes Ariane

Wednesday 29 June –16:30 >> 18:30– Room Argos (Level 1)

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30ans_spot18 – Exhibition on
1986-2016 Earth Observation:
30 years of innovations

From 28 to 30 June – Room Concorde (Level -0.5)

After thirty years, the launch of the Spot 1 satellite by Ariane, on the 22nd of February 1986, is still considered as the first step of the French industrial and commercial success into the Earth Observation domain. France now occupies a leading position at a worldwide level. The successors or followers of Spot 1 are many at French and European levels: Spot 2 to Spot 5 of course, but also Hélios, ERS, Envisat, Metop, Pléiades and Sentinel 2. Next to come are CSO and THR-NG, the latter aiming at a 25 centimeters resolution.

To celebrate this anniversary, CNES with the support of the main French industrial actors of this story proposes the exhibition "1986-2016 Observation of the Earth: 30 years of innovations".

This is an invitation to travel through the magnificent images of our planet delivered every day by the observation satellites . A journey back in the past, through the glances by the eyes of these satellites on some historical  milestones of these last 30 years.

These views are getting  more and more precise and the exhibition also emphasizes the technological jumps performed in terms of image quality, resolution and capacity of acquisition. Finally, this journey shows spectacular evolutions of some landscapes, reminding us, if needed, that our planet is a fragile treasure.

On this occasion, a randomly generated digital painting based on space imagery has been created by the artist Charles Giulioli and will be also presented at the Toulouse Space Show.

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Tue 28 June: 8:00 - 20:00
Wed 29 June: 8:00 - 18:00
Thu 30 June: 8:00 - 18:00


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