Space + Spatial Value Chain

BACKGROUND

The space and spatial sectors have never been so crucial for the future of humanity. Both the sectors play a fundamental role in driving the development goals of nations, the growth of the economies, navigating the response to natural disasters and climate change, and so on. The space industry encompasses Satellites; Earth Observation (EO); Positioning, Navigation & Timing (PNT); and Communications, including the Internet, which sets up critical elements of communications and important content. At the same time, the geospatial industry provides the subsequent spatial data infrastructure, value-added services, analytics, and actionable insights to the end-users of various industries and across global societies.

These two sectors independently deliver a substantial benefit to support diverse user requirements. The combination of space and geospatial adds enormous value for social, environmental, and economic benefits, especially with the emergence of New Space, AI/ML, miniaturization of sensors, etc. There is a massive opportunity to integrate space capabilities into spatial services to provide new, incredible capabilities.

2-DAY SYMPOSIUM ON

SPACE + SPATIAL VALUE CHAIN AT GWF 2023

Geospatial World Forum 2023 shall host a two-day Space + Spatial Value Chain symposium to specifically deliberate with the key stakeholders of both ecosystems on actions that can be taken in the future to accelerate the growth of the space and spatial industries working together.

Topics to be covered

Integrated Space and Spatial Value Chain: Underpinning spatial applications ‘everywhere’
EO: National Missions, Strategy, and Programs
New Space & Commercialization in EO
Towards Resilient PNT
Space Data – Platforms, Products, & Applications
AI4EO: Next-Gen EO Community
Deadline: 30 November 2022

TARGET SEGMENTS

  • National Space Agencies
  • Satellite Operators
  • GNSS/PNT Service Providers
  • Infrastructure-as-a-service Provider
  • EO Data & Service Providers
  • Sensor & Image Analytics Companies
  • Space-based Startups
  • Research Institutions
  • Consultants
  • End Users