Technology Transfer you need to get your business off the ground
Can you imagine the power required to deliver Europe’s largest satellites into orbit? The Ariane 5 launcher, for example, has over 16,000 horsepower - the equivalent of two of France's high speed TGV trains travelling at maximum speed. Extremely intense noise, vibration and heat are generated during launch requiring solutions that offer an exceptionally robust architecture and extraordinary materials. Today, these same solutions are used in vibration absorbers for earthquake-proof houses as well as thermal insulation in racing cars. The transfer of advanced space technology to non-space applications brings significant benefits.
At the European Technology Transfer Conference organized by the MunichExpo and co-organised by the European Space Agency and The Bavarian Ministry of Economic Affairs, Infrastructure, Transport and Technology, you can learn just how this is achieved
Examples of successful transfers of technology to sectors such as Automotive, Medical, Energy, Textile, Security and Robotic will be discussed. Key note speakers from the European Space Agency will explain the advances that come out of their pioneering work in space exploration.
If you are an industry representative who is looking for high technology solutions or a member of the space industry looking to exploit your technology, don’t miss this unique opportunity to explore the opportunities available from space technology.