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OpenIQE Satellite Applications Innovation Camp

13th October 2014 @ 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Do you have the capabilities to create the next technologies in space? Come and find out! Building on the success of our first OpenIQE Collaborative Innovation Camp, we have joined forces with the Satellite Applications Catapult to bring you a unique event to help you explore new opportunities in satellite systems and applications, where you will get out what you put in! We are working with experts to understand the emerging technologies and markets over the next 10 years. On the day, we will share with you a list of key market- and technology-driven opportunities for you to explore these with other like-minded innovators, engineers, scientists and decision-makers. Our aim is help you to walk away with exciting potential opportunities that you can take forward. There is nowhere better to explore these opportunities than the Satellite Applications Catapult, where you will find a pool of support and expertise that you can tap into as you dive deep into the journey of open innovation. Come along to:

  • Learn about exciting new opportunities in satellite systems and applications
  • Meet other innovators, engineers, decision makers and visionary thinkers
  • Find out if and how you could collaborate to develop new technolgies and products
  • Learn techniques to drive successful collaborative innovation
  • Find out how the Satellite Applications Catapult could help you
  • Be part of a new network of collaborators
Technologies that feed into satellites systems and applications is truly vast. If you work within industry or academia and have capabilities and experitise in communication systems, product design, solar CPV, software, imaging, photonics, electronics and semiconductors, but you’re not sure whether you can contribute effectively to satellite technologies? Then why not come along to find out? The satellite industry is at an exciting inflexion point, where advances in relevant technologies are likely to open up new applications within communications, navigation and earth monitoring. The global space sector is forecast to be worth ¬£400 billion by 2030 and this is absolutely the right time to get involved! For further details and to register for this event, please visit¬†]]>


13th October 2014
9:00 am - 5:00 pm


Satellite Applications Catapult
Electron Building
Harwell, OX11 0QR
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