Entreprenariat et intraprenariat dans le spatial, Women In Aerospace – Toulouse

Mercredi 27 juin 2018, 10:00 - 12:00
Salle: Spot

Le groupe toulousain du réseau Women In Aerospace – Europe organise une rencontre sur le thème de l’entreprenariat et l’intraprenariat dans le spatial, qui donnera la parole à toutes les actrices et acteurs de l’écosystème : entrepreneuses, gestionnaire de fond, responsable innovation ouverte et intrapreneurs au sein de grands groupes, association étudiante. L’événement mettra en lumière des parcours remarquables d’entreprenariat et intraprenariat dans le spatial. Au travers d’interventions et de tables rondes, il permettra à chacune et chacun d’être inspiré par un écosystème en ébullition.

Cet évènement sera en français.
Sur invitation uniquement.

Pour obtenir votre invitation, merci de contacter votre groupe WIA-E Toulouse :

Journée CNES Industrie 2018 "Satellites et Applications"

Mardi 26 juin 2018, 9:00 - 16:30
Salle : Guillaumet 1&2

Le CNES organise cette journée de rencontres avec l’industrie spatiale des Satellites et Applications. Des aspects stratégiques et financiers (Accès aux programmes du CNES, de l’ESA, au programme H2020 de la Communauté Européenne, opportunités pour les entreprises françaises, grands équilibres du plan à moyen terme, plan d’action PME, nouveau fond d’investissement, …) mais également pratiques (consultations à venir, dématérialisation des marchés publics français, évolution des processus et politiques achats, retour d’expérience d’acteurs industriels du domaine, …) y seront présentés. Des sessions interactives permettront d’échanger sur ces thématiques et d’interroger des responsables institutionnels européens, nationaux et régionaux.

Cet événement sera en français.
Accès libre mais inscription obligatoire.

Cet évènement est dédié aux industriels français. Il s’adresse à tout type d’entreprises, Grands Groupes, ETI, PME, TPE et Startups.


Tuesday 26 June 2018, 10:00 - 17:00
Room: Spot

The TSS 2018 Navigation Day is a one day event focusing on satellite navigation technologies to be held on the 26th of June 2018 at Baudis Conference Center. It is based on programmatic and technical presentations given by European invited speakers.

This event will be in English.
By invitation only.

Space Forum

Mardi 26 Juin 2018, 9:00 - 12:30
Auditorium Saint-Exupéry

Cet événement sera en français.

Space QKD
Quantum Key Distribution: a game changer in IT security ?

Tuesday 26 June 2018, 13:45 - 18:00
Room: Argos

Space Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) allows dispatching a secret crypto key between a satellite and a ground site or vice versa, while insuring an absolute security thanks to quantum physics and information theory. This session will adress a tutorial, new trends, space experiments and applications to come in this area, part of the rising optical space communications domain ! A panel of international satellite QKD experts will present their research activities in the area. Technical questions to better understand QKD and compare different techniques are expected from the audience.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration requested.

Venµs Session

Tuesday 26 June 2018, 9:00 - 12:00
Room : Ariane 2

Venµs is a joint space system venture for Earth observation (EO) of the Israeli and French governments, executed by their respective national space agencies (ISA and CNES). Venµs is designed to provide close and regular monitoring of vegetation on Earth’s surface. It was launched on August 1st, 2017 from Kourou.Venµs unique features are to acquire high resolution (5m), multi-spectral (12 bands) images every second day over 110 sites of interest all around the world.

The session is organized in three stages:
- The Venµs mission, the results of the commissioning phase, doing science with Venµs
- Introductive presentation to the round table
- Round-table “Biosphere and climate, from diagnosis to adaptation: the role of space observations”

This event will be in English.
By invitation only.

India – Opportunities in an Emerging Space Journey

Tuesday 26 June 2018, 10:00 - 12:00
Room: Argos

Pursuant the well-received publication of the study “India in Space: Between Utility and Geopolitics” in January 2018, the European Space Policy Institute (ESPI) has initiated a follow-up activity on “The State and Potential of Cooperation between Europe and India in Space Activities”. In the context of these new ESPI activities, this side-event aims to shed light on the ever-growing engagement potential between Indian and European stakeholders in the space sector and to facilitate the identification of concrete cooperation opportunities at both government-to-government and business-to-business level.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration requested.


Wednesday 27 june, 09:15 - 17:00
Room: Guillaumet 1&2

NanoSpace is an event dedicated to nanosatellites (up to 50kg). NanoSpace objective is to take stock of the economic rationale underlying both the new launch offers and the “nano-projects” fundraising. These topics will be discussed through roundtables bringing together relevant players in the field of nanosatellites.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration required.

French-Greek networking event

Wednesday 27 june, 17:00 - 19:00
Room: Spot

Organised by CNES, Hellenic Space Agency, Aerospace Valley and si-Cluster, this event aims to gather together French and Greek space actors around common endeavors.

The agenda of the event, as well as the speakers list, will be published soon here.

This event will be in English.
By invitation only.


Thursday 28 June 2018, 8:30 - 18:30
Room: Ariane 1

« NetSat » Day event provides an opportunity for presenting selected on-going work related to the « high layer » communication in SATCOM. This event thus enables fruitful discussions on open research challenges for network and access technologies that can facilitate the integration of SATCOM in a constantly changing telecommunications environment or improve the services offered by SATCOM infrastructures.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration required.

ESA BIC Sud France Renewal & ESA BIC Nord France opening ceremony

Thursday 28 june, 10:00 - 12:00
Room: Cassiopée

Since 2013, ESA BIC Sud France, managed by Aerospace Valley, has supported more than 55 young companies that promote space technologies and data in other economic fields. This event will highlight this mechanism, the members as well as the companies. ESA BIC Nord France, which covers the second part of France, will also be launched on this occasion.

This event will be in English.
By invitation only.

L'Open Innovation au CNES a 20 ans – Les Communautés d’Experts (COMET)

Jeudi 28 juin 2018, 9:00 - 14:00
Salle : Guillaumet 1

Les Communautés de Compétences Techniques (CCT) sont devenues les COMET. Venez célébrer cet événement et rencontrer les acteurs des COMunautés d’ExperTs COMET qui enrichissent l’expertise et préparent l’avenir. 20 communautés métiers à votre disposition, plus de 60 événements par an d’une grande diversité (séminaire, tutorats,…), des retombées techniques significatives… Les COMET sont au cœur de la stratégie d’ouverture et d’innovation du CNES, à la disposition de ses partenaires, académiques et institutionnels.

Cet événement sera en français. Accès libre.

Exchanging experience in using satellite applications to build sustainable cities.

Thursday 28 June 2018, 9:30 - 11:15
Room: Servanty

As growing urbanisation is challenging the way we live and interact with the natural environment, Eurisy launches the “Space For Cities” initiative to promote the use of satellite applications to make our cities healthier, cleaner, safer, and more efficient.
This Session will present three different applications of satellite data and signals to improve cities’ efficiency and sustainability. The experiences of use satellite applications will be presented by local authorities and private companies providing key services in cities. Representatives from the Municipality of Toulouse and contacting companies will be invited to express their needs and to evaluate the transferability of the experiences presented to the Toulouse’s context.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration requested.

The Research and User Support (RUS) Service: a New Expert Service for Sentinel Data Users 

Thursday 28 June 2018, 14:00 - 16:00
Room: Spot

The RUS Service aims to promote the uptake of Copernicus data offering cloud computing environments, a helpdesk of EO experts, on-site training sessions, webinars, and online materials. In the context of the advent of the Copernicus DIAS, the event will be an opportunity to present and discuss the RUS services through presentations, demonstrations and feedback experience from users. The RUS Service is funded by the EC, managed by ESA, and operated by Communications & Systèmes – Systèmes d’Informations (CS SI) and its partners: Serco SPA, Noveltis, Along-Track, and CS Romania.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration requested.

The CFOSAT Mission
« A Chinese/French human, scientific and technical challenge dedicated to ocean/atmosphere interactions understanding, in view of the on going climate change

Thursday 28 June 2018, 9:00 - 10:30
Room: Spot

The ocean plays a major role in our planet climate through interactions between ocean and atmosphere. Ocean and atmosphere exchanges energy (heat and mechanical momentum) and matter (water, gazes and aerosols). Wind and waves are the key drivers of this interaction and it is then of the highest importance to monitor sea state at global scale to get a clear understanding of the physical processes involved. This understanding will provide the ability to get the modelling of these phenomenon that is required to provide accurate maritime meteorology forecasts (better security at sea and at sea shore, better efficiency of maritime human activities) and climate projections accurate enough to allow the required decision making.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration requested.

The SVOM Mission
The Deep and Transient Universe:
New Challenges and Opportunities

Thursday 28 June 2018, 10:30 - 12:30
Room: Guillaumet 2

Centuries after humanity discovered that objects in the universe are not static but moving, we are now entering the era of the “catastrophic universe” : Giant cosmic fireworks from astronomical origins send various “messengers” towards us, from the visible light to tiny vibrations of the space-time frame. Will we be able to decipher these messages? This session will provide a glimpse on our current knowledge, and what answers we can expect from upcoming projects such as the Chinese-French space mission SVOM.

This event will be in English.
Free access but registration requested.