SPRINT is thrilled to be supporting The London Space Network to build and strengthen the UK space community. Do you work/aspire to work in the space sector? Are you looking to meet people from across the space industry? Come along to the monthly networking to share and discuss the latest space news/industry trends.
Are you an SME or large organisation working in Artificial Intelligence, AR/VR, Digital, Health, Transport, Construction, Utilities, Energy etc? Could you be leveraging space technology and data for the benefit of your business? This event is designed for those companies who may not consider themselves to be in the space sector, but have the potential to use the space assets such as Satellite Navigation, Earth Observation data and Satellite Communications to their commercial advantage.
The theme of September’s ‘Innovation Friday’ will be: funding for research and innovation projects. In addition to the usual networking opportunities, there will be information sessions focusing on four specific sources of funding equally of interest to companies looking to de-risk and subsidise innovation projects as to academics looking to translate their research into social and economic impact. Come and hear about SPRINT from our Innovation Adviser Dr Stephen Wright at 1:30pm
Wales will play host to the 2019 UK Space Conference (24-26 September). This biennial flagship event brings together the entire space community, including government, industry, academia, research and financial communities. The conference will offer the space community unrivalled opportunities to meet, network, do business and shape the landscape for the coming years.
SPRINT is proud to be one of the sponsors of the Food Security and Resilience Copernicus Hackathon. Calling all coders, researchers, scientists, designers, storytellers, problem-solvers, and anyone enthusiastic about addressing challenges faced by us all. Over an exciting 48 hours, teams will work collaboratively using Copernicus data “coding experience” practically to develop solutions to address global and local needs applicable to us all based on specific food security challenges.
Stephen Wright is a guest speaker at this workshop which has been organised to create links between businesses, government and academics with the aim of producing some grant proposals for funded projects related to AI and connected services in cities of the future. This is a half-day session during which we will hear about cutting edge smart-city research, funding available for projects in this area, and generate ideas for future projects.
PUBLIC is excited to present its latest report: Time For Launch. With a panel of industry experts and policy representatives we will discuss what more needs to be done, especially in the context of Brexit, to support the adoption of space and satellite solutions to public sector challenges across government.
There will be 30 of the 89 Harwell Space Cluster organisations demonstrating new technologies and applications, which will drive future demand for space-derived products and services. This will be a great way to find out about the latest developments in the UK space industry, as well asthe strength, diversity and success of the innovative space organisations that are located at Harwell Campus.
Network and learn how SPRINT funding could help you. The SPRINT Programme funds new collaborative projects, which will drive forward University commercialisation and increase collaboration to boost economic growth. For SMEs, it is an opportunity to access support for creating new products and services to transform their commercial future.
Realising the opportunities of Satellite Applications from the South Coast. The South Coast Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications brings together academics, industrial, government and third sector partners to form a world leading cluster in satellite applications, delivering widespread technological and economic benefits for the South Coast region.
Introducing businesses across North West England & North Wales to the space sector. Designed for companies who may not consider themselves to be in the space sector, but have the potential to use the assets of space, such of GPS, Satellite Communications, or Earth Observation data, to their commercial advantage, 'Your Business Powered by Space' will demystify this rapidly growing resource and introduce you to the advantages and opportunities on offer.
With the expansion of access to satellite data and applications there are now more opportunities for Northern Ireland based industries than ever. The Your Business Powered by Space - NI event is for all enterprises who are curious in discovering how satellite data and technology can help your organisation to grow.
The Satellite Finance Network (SFN) is a network of individuals and organisations from the finance, legal, insurance, government and space technology and applications communities, from start-ups and small companies to industry leaders, with a common interest in delivering satellite and space-enabled projects to domestic and export markets around the world.