04.03.2019

ESPI Resident Fellow Tomas Hrozensky participated at the 5th Annual Space Traffic Management Conference “Progress through Collaboration”, which took place on the 26th and 27th February 2019 at the University of Texas at Austin in Austin, TX, USA. The ESPI presentation providing an overview of the current ESPI research on space traffic management as well as video recordings of both sessions, to which Tomas Hrozensky contributed, are available online.

28.02.2019

As societal reliance on space infrastructure increases along with the sensitivity of many economic sectors to the effects of Space Weather (SWE), the all-round delivery of operational SWE services will become of crucial importance.

28.02.2019

In conjunction with the 56th session of the UN COPUOS Scientific and Technical Subcommittee, ESPI and ESA organized an evening event dedicated to the topic "Diversity as a Growing Priority for International Organisations".

25.02.2019

During her opening speech of the last European Space Policy Conference, Commissioner Bieńkowska stressed the “need to set in motion a process to define Europe’s vision for Space” and suggested the establishment of a “European Space Council attached directly to the European Council or its President” to achieve this goal. ESPI Executive Brief 29 proposes some perspectives on this interesting proposal.

18.02.2019

Our new report Space Venture Europe provides a complete overview of entrepreneurship and private investment trends in the European space sector based on indicators and statistics. With € 220 million invested privately in space start-ups in 2018, Europe hit a new record high and confirmed its position as a key actor of commercial space able to adapt and leverage new trends!

14.02.2019

On the occasion of the 56th session of the UNCOPUOS STSC, ESPI organized an Evening Event dedicated to an increasingly critical issue of Space Trafic Management. Insightful presentations were given by two invited international speakers: Moriba Jah, Associate Professor at University of Texas and Holger Krag, Head of Space Debris Office at ESA (slides are available for download).

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