Creating critical mass for Galileo applications and services -- Workshop in Munich on 25 October

October 10, 2006

Brussels, 09 Oct 2006

A workshop to discuss 'fostering cross-fertilisation between European satellite-space-based application and service providers, enablers and the development of lead markets' will take place on 25 October in Munich, Germany. The aim of the workshop is to launch a permanent and common platform to facilitate exchange and joint activities of the leading European regions and clusters engaged in global navigation satellite system (GNSS)-based applications and services. Stakeholders are invited to share their vision of the platform. Specifically, they will discuss:

- increasing the visibility of participating European SatNav/Space-based application and service regions;
- improving networking between relevant actors in the SatNav/Space area across Europe;
- creating a basis for joint activities of companies and organisations from the different regions.

The event is being jointly organised by three Europe INNOVA networks, CASTLE, FINANCE Space and INVESaT.

Further information:
http://www.europe-innova.org/index.jsp

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