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Driven by the success of the Toulouse Space Show 2018 edition, come and participate in the
on Friday 19th and Saturday 20th June 2020

to be held during the official opening of Toulouse’s new Exhibition & Convention Centre: MEETT

Outstanding success for the 6th edition of the Toulouse Space Show!

The 2018 TSS set a new record:
25% increase in attendance with 3700 participants

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2018 highlights


Insightful debates on the latest trends in the space sector and their impact on society:  the increasing importance of satellite data and the revolution on Earth Observation business models, the quick development of downstream applications, the rise of NanoSpce projects and the latest challenges for the space industry.

China as guest of honor

Opening ceremony in presence of M Yulong TIAN, General Secretary of the Chinese National Space Agency and the Chinese delegation .

Space Climate Observatory

Official launch of the Space Climate Observatory (SCO) during the “Space Climate Observatory: Toward a World Observatory on the Impacts of Climate Change” round table




Startups Village with around 60 startups from all over the world – 16 countries represented


ActInSpace Hackathon

The International Prize went to Wright Team Incorporated from Australia for their tamper-proof registration and identification system for drone operators. The technology used is built around a CNES patent based on Galileo.

ActInSpace Hackathon

The French National Prize was awarded to the Cannes team for its Lycie project, a free mobile application that improves the safety of road users and saves them money. This project is based on a CNES patent enabling detection of unusual behaviour.



Closing address by Frédérique Vidal

The Toulouse Space Show ended with the closing address made by Frédérique Vidal, French Minister of Higher Education, Research and Innovation

Living and working in Space

The last day was open to a non professional audience with the presence of Thomas Pesquet as speaker in the round table “Living and working in Space”.

Space in my Future

More than 600 lucky pupils have had the opportunity to meet Thomas Pesquet and Sylvestre Maurice, two reknown scientific personalities and give their personal vision of the future thanks to the development of space technologies

A large exhibition floor for fruitful exchanges, demonstrations and business workshops – B2B meetings

They were there

The Toulouse Space Show is organised in partnership with:

About ESOF Toulouse 2018

The biennal European event, EuroScience Open Forum (ESOF) will take place in Toulouse, “European City of Science” from 9 to 14 July 2018. “Sharing science: towards new horizons” will be the motto of this ESOF 2018 edition, a 6-in-1 event including various sections “Science”, “Science policy”, ‘Science to Business”, “Careers” and “Media & Science Communication” and a “Science in the City” programme dedicated to the general public. A series of themes covering all fields of science and their relations with society are covered by this multidisciplinary event through conferences, exhibitions and satellite events.


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