09:00 - 10:45 CET

Horizon Europe, Investing in Research - Upcoming Opportunities

Following up on the session presenting the successes of the EU Research and Innovation Horizon programme, this session will be an information session about the 2022 calls managed by EUSPA that will open a few days later in October.

It will also give a snapshot of what can be expected for the 2023 calls, in terms of areas and topics. Attendees will also benefit from learning how they can get their space-based research project funded.

11:00 - 12:15 CET

Space 4 Equality

Inclusion matters, and space can help! The EU Space community can have a significant role making society more inclusive and welcoming for everyone!

This session will also showcase some applications already developed thanks to Galileo and Copernicus.

Engaging with Public Authorities for a Stronger Uptake

The session will explore the current use of European space data and services in public administrations, discuss barriers inhibiting their uptake and present the pre-commercial procurement, a new innovative funding tool for the development of applications based on European space data and services tailored to public authorities.

13:30 - 15:00 CET

Side Session: Supporting Copernicus through Big data and Artificial Intelligence

The four European projects CALLISTO, DeepCube, CENTURION and GEM  funded from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the DT-SPACE-25-EO-2020 call, are inviting you to their event organised within EU Space Week. Should you be interested in Earth Observation, Copernicus, Artificial Intelligence, Big Data and Machine Learning, you are welcome to join us and exchange ideas and learnings in this domain.

14:00 - 17:00 CET

Side Session: Space & the Metaverse

2022 is the year of metaverse and Web3.0, these two terms made it to the top technology keywords. What does it have to do with space? Participate in a dedicated workshop to find out and be inspired by the sea of opportunities around space data in the metaverse. Be it creating biomes for gaming, virtual environments in 3D that are based on the real world, flight simulators, digital twins of ancient cities or space travel in the metaverse: all these links to space and geospatial data. But metaverse is not only fun. It opens up a whole new world of economic prospects, from virtual events to NFT-based products. Join this side session to become part of the EU metaverse and space community of start-ups, entrepreneurs, corporations and tech think tanks.