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Stand 7 - European Space Agency (onsite and virtual)

The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world.

ESA is an international organisation with 22 Member States. ESA's programmes are designed to find out more about Earth, its immediate space environment, our Solar System and the Universe, as well as to develop satellite-based technologies and services, and to promote European industries. ESA also works closely with space organisations outside Europe.


Stand 9 - Spire (On-site and virtual)

Spire is a global provider of space-based Earth data and analytics offering unique datasets and powerful insights from the ultimate vantage point—space—so organizations can make decisions with confidence, accuracy, and speed. Using our multi-purpose satellite constellation, we source hard-to-acquire, valuable data and enrich it with predictive solutions. We provide commercial and government organizations a competitive advantage to innovate and solve some of the world’s toughest problems with insights from space.

Stand 10 - CACI (On-site and virtual)

CACI Information Intelligence Group is a provider of software and technology consultancy services, specialising in delivering digital transformation projects for UK government agencies, including UKIC and Defence, and private companies managing critical national infrastructure.

We combine outstanding technical talent, engineering expertise, and agile software development techniques to deliver robust, reliable, secure and innovative solutions that your organisation and the people it serves can depend on.


Stand 18 - ESA SSA Space Weather Co-ordination Centre (On-site and virtual)

The ESA Space Weather Service Network aims to provide timely and reliable space weather information to end users. Individual products, reports, toolkits and user support are grouped into targeted services according to the needs of user communities from spacecraft operators through to power system operators. The online component of the SWE Services can be accessed via the SWE Portal.

These online services are complemented by the SWE Helpdesk run by the SSA Space Weather Coordination Centre (SSCC) which is located at the Space Pole in Belgium. The Helpdesk is available to respond to queries and requests for support from registered users. The SSCC is active in a number of user engagement activities such as providing dedicated tailored bulletins to high priority users, establishing a programme of high quality Space Weather training courses for professionals and promoting the ESA SWE Service Network to the Space Weather user communities.


Seibersdorf Labor GmbH (virtual stand)

Our teams provide service, know-how, and technology in the critical areas of "human and environmental protection“, as well as in the related field of "technological and process safety“.  Our guiding principle "competence driven services” describes the key driver of our work: a partnership with business characterized by a commitment to the highest level of professionalism and service.

The diverse fields of activity at Seibersdorf Laboratories affect several areas of life in our society: analytical chemistry, physicochemical testing, applications of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, and radiation protection.

Knowledge and technology obtained from many years of research and development are our contribution to ensure human and environmental protection. In the field of radiation protection, our group “Radiation Hardness Assurance and Space Weather” deals with space weather effects on human health and technical infrastructure.

We collaborate closely with clients and partners to develop efficient, safe and sustainable solutions supported by comprehensive services designed to save our clients’ time and money. We serve industrial firms that are active in international markets. We have long and successful business relationships with universities, various agencies at the federal, state, and local levels, the health care industry, emergency agencies, and international organizations.

The quality of our work is ensured by an array of accreditations and certifications that are subject to ongoing and strict monitoring by national and international agencies.


DH Consultancy BV (sponsor)

Dr. D. Heynderickx, self-employed through DH Consultancy BV, is a consultant in the domain of space weather research, applications and services.

Fair Stands

Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence (virtual)

The Solar-Terrestrial Centre of Excellence (STCE) brings together Belgian sun-space-earth research and services.
In 2017, the STCE teamed up with European scientific institutes, jointly creating the Pan-European Consortium for Aviation Space weather User Services - PECASUS. The STCE's expertise in solar observations and research combined with the experience of its GNSS and solar particle radiation group proved to be crucial to set up space weather services for civil aviation.


Stand 15 - LOFAR for Space Weather (LOFAR4SW) (hybrid)

LOFAR for Space Weather (LOFAR4SW) is an international Horizon 2020. (H2020) INFRADEV design study aiming to deliver the full conceptual and technical design for creating a new leading-edge European research facility for space weather science. The project will engage with stakeholders to prepare a facility which produces unique research data with key impact on advance predictions of space weather events affecting crucial technological infrastructures of today's society. A fully-implemented LOFAR4SW system will enable a wide range of solar and space weather research topics to be tackled and have unique strengths in several high-impact science areas: tracing the initial launch of a CME; detailed tracking of the solar wind and CMEs through interplanetary space; in-depth studies of micro- structure in the Earth's ionosphere.


Ionosphere Monitoring and Prediction Center (IMPC) (virtual)

The department Space Weather Impact of the newly founded DLR Institute for Solar-Terrestrial Physics investigates the influence of space weather on crucial systems and services such as GNSS or HF communication, as well as on ground and space-based infrastructures such as power grids or satellites. For this purpose, the institute operates the Ionosphere Monitoring and Prediction Center (IMPC) in cooperation with the German Remote Sensing Data Center of DLR. With its specific combination of scientific know-how, observation infrastructure and the use of modern data processing technologies, the IMPC offers an important contribution to the near-real-time detection and mitigation of the effects of space weather on today's technologies through the provision of a wide range of products and services.