Eurospace conference to examine computer applications for space

January 24, 2002

Brussels, 23 January 2002

A conference organised by Eurospace, the association of European space industry, will examine computer-based applications and technologies for aerospace applications.

The DASIA 2002 event, which will take place in Dublin from 13 to 17 May 2002, is being organised in cooperation with the European Space agency (ESA), the Centre national d'études spatiales (CNES), the Canadian space agency (CSA), Eumetsat and Eurocontrol.

The conference aims to encourage technological cross-fertilisation and cross-over with other applications such as telecommunications and transport, as well as the participation of academia and those from outside the space industry.

The themes covered will include development and integration issues, architectures, subsystems and components, applications and operations, and management and quality assurance.

For further information, please contact:

Rosy Plet
15 - 17, Avenue de Ségur
75007 Paris
Tel: +33-1-44420073
Fax: +33-1-44420079

CORDIS RTD-NEWS/© European Communities, 2001

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