News from Space Economy
ESA Technology Transfer Success Story - Powering a village from a shipping container: space structures to transform portable energy generation [Aug/2022]
Using ESA patented modular deployment technology, originally
designed to deploy very large support structures in space, Spanish firm POLAR
Developments (a spin-out from the company Comet Ingeniería) offers
near-instantaneous high capacity photovo...
ESA Technology Transfer Success Story - No such thing as a waste product: using space technology to recycle urine [Aug/2022]
URIDIS innovative electrochemical water treatment technology,
developed under ESA’s MELiSSA (Micro-Ecological Life Support System
Alternative) project is being used by Belgian company Hydrohm to treat urine on
Earth, saving water and recovering ...
Eurospace releases its annual Facts & Figures Report: The European Space Industry in 2021 [Jul/2022]
On 13 July 2022, the trade association of the European Space
Industry, Eurospace, announced the release of the 26th edition of
its annual report on the state of the European space manufacturing industry in
Eurospace has been publishin...
Earth Observation data carry a wealth of information that can
contribute to interpreting geophysical phenomenon. Raw data once transformed
into information can support agents solving problems by supplying actionable
intelligence that reduces the u...
On 4 July 2022, the European Centre for Space
Economy and Commerce was officially opened in Vienna following a successful launch
ceremony at the European Space Policy Institute (ESPI).
The well attended event was headlined by
keynote speeches ...
The European Space Policy
Institute (ESPI) published its annual Space Venture Europe report, addressing
trends of entrepreneurship and private investment in Europe for 2021.
In this report, ESPI
estimates a record amount invested in European sp...
official launch event on 4 July 2022, the European Centre for Space Economy and
Commerce (ECSECO) is launching its website www.ecseco.org and registration of the members is
From today onward, individuals professionally
Entrepreneurs, fledgling firms and established space
companies are to receive a boost with the launch of the European Centre for
Space Economy and Commerce.
The ESA centre aims to create jobs and prosperity in Europe
by fostering a fertile envi...
The OECD Space Forum launches second phase of research opportunity for students and academics on the Economics of Space Sustainability [May/2022]
The OECD Space Forum is initiating
the second stage of the Value and Sustainability of Space based Infrastructure
project. The Space Forum team is seeking involvement from students and
academics in disciplines such as economics, engineering, and c...
The European Association of Remote Sensing
Companies (EARSC) published its findings about the possible contribution of
Copernicus Sentinels data to environmental compliance assurance. This contribution
is analysed based on Sentinel data used acros...
is a central tool for policymakers to provide information on the outcomes of
policy and regulation. At the end of 2021, the European Commission reconfirmed the
importance of the tool by providing an updated version of its framewo...
Director General Josef Aschbacher announced the creation of the European Centre
for Space Economy and Commerce (ECSECO). The main objective of the ECSECO is to
provide a European platform for interdisciplinary discussions and research on
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