News from Space Economy
Eric Morel de Westgaver, ESA Director of Industry, Procurement and Legal Services was interviewed at the New Space Economy Expoforum in Rome in December 2019. He talked about rapid growth in the space ecosystem and how investment in space brings solu...
ESA’s second Global Space Economic Forum (GSEF) was held in
the framework of the New Space Economy Expoforum (NSE) in Rome on 11 December
More than 25 speakers from industry and institutions could
exchange ideas on global challenges and inno...
On 11 December, during the Global Space Economic Forum, ESA together with Metalysis officially kicked off the first ESA Grand Challenge. Metalysis’ CEO, Ray Power announced the competition on during the event. The competing teams – jointly s...
From 10 to 12 December, ESA organised a special programme of
events at the New Space Economy European Expoforum (NSE) in Rome, Italy.
Organised in collaboration with Space Foundation, NSE Expo
Forum created an opportunity for existing and new indust...
Advancing the understanding and measurement of the societal benefits of Earth Observation [Nov/2019]
From 1 to 3 July 2019, ESA co-organised a workshop on “Advancing the
understanding and measurement of the societal benefits of Earth
Observation” and hosted it in ESRIN, its site located in Frascati
(Italy).The goal of this workshop was to ...
ESA Space Economy Brochure [Nov/2019]
As space becomes more integrated into the daily lives of citizens, the impact of space activities on the economy and society is growing stronger and reaching further. Investments in ESA programmes generate various impacts.These impacts can be:Economi...
On 10–12 December in Rome, ESA will be present at the New Space Economy European Expoforum (NSE) organised in collaboration with the Space Foundation. This event creates the opportunity to meet and exchange views with existing and new industri...
Space activities and capabilities fuel industrial competitiveness, economic growth and innovation and are today essential to the European economy, reaching well beyond the aerospace sector.
As space becomes more integrated into the daily lives of ci...
Measuring the Space Economy [Oct/2019]
Since Space is not recognised as a category in international standards of industrial classification, worldwide national space statistics differ in definition, coverage and methodology, generating a lack of international comparability. The structure o...
What is the Space Economy? [Oct/2019]
The Space Economy is defined by OECD as the full range of activities and the use of resources that create value and benefits to human beings in the course of exploring, researching, understanding, managing, and utilising space.
The Space Economy i...
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