1 Aerospace business meeting Seville, October Encuentro empresarial aeroespacial Sevilla, 24 y 25 de octubre Space El Espacio An Asset of Mankind Un Activo de la Humanidad En colaboración con:
2 Programme Thursday, 24rd October 2013 > Shuttle bus from Hotel Meliá Los Lebreros to Aeropolis > Registration > Opening session >> Mr. José Sánchez Maldonado: Regional Minister of Economy, Innovation, Science and Employment, Government of Andalusia. >> Mr. Luis Valero Artola: General Secretary for Industry and SME, Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. >> Mr. Jean Jacques Dordain: General Director, European Space Agency (ESA). > Panel 1: Space in Europe >> Moderator: Mr. Luis Valero Artola: General Secretary for Industry and SME, Ministry of Industry, Energy and Tourism. >> Mr. Jean Jacques Dordain: General Director, European Space Agency (ESA). >> Mr. Jean-Max Puech: Executive and Vice-President. Arianespace. >> Mr. Jean Jacques Tortora: General Secretary, Eurospace >> Ms. Inmaculada Riera i Reñé: Spanish Congress. Spokeswoman of the Science and Innovation Commission. >> Moderator: Ms. Elisa Robles: General Manager, CDTI. >> Mr. Antonio Cuadrado Rua: Director, EADS CASA Espacio, and Chairman of the Space Comission of the Spanish Association for Defense, Aeronautics and Space Technologies (TEDAE). >> Mr. José Manuel García Sieiro: General Director, INTA. >> Mr. Antonio Abad Martín: Technical Director, HISPASAT. >> Mr. Luis Gómez Martín: CEO, Alter Technology Group. >> Mr. Antonio Valverde Ramos: CEO, IDEA Agency of Innovation and Development of Andalusia, and President of FADA-CATEC (Center for Advanced Aerospace Technologies). > Lunch > B2B meetings with Andalusian companies Or Panel 3: National Space Agencies >> Moderator: Mr. Fernando Doblas: Head of Communication Department, European Space Agency (ESA). >> Mr. Jean Yves Le Gall: President, Centre National d Études Spatiales (CNES). >> Mr. Rolf Densing: Programme Director, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR). >> Mr. Enrico Saggese: President, Italian Space Agency (ASI). >> UK Space Agency (UKSA). TBC. > Coffee-break > Shuttle bus from Aeropolis to Hotel Meliá Los Lebreros > Panel 2: Industry and Space > Welcome cocktail. Offered by courtesy of: >> Panel Introduction: Mr. Vicente Fernández Guerrero: General Secretary of Innovation, Industry and Energy, Government of Andalusia.
3 Friday, 25 th October 2013 > Shuttle bus from Hotel Meliá Los Lebreros to Aeropolis > Second day welcome session >> Mr. Álvaro Giménez Cañete: Director of Science and Robotic Exploration, European Space Agency (ESA) and Head of ESAC. >> Mrs. Vanessa Bernad González: CEO of Extenda- Trade Promotion Agency of Andalusia. >> Mr. Diego Canga Fano: Head of Cabinet of the Cabinet of Antonio Tajani, Vice-President of the European Comission Responsible for Industry and Entrepreneurship. > Panel 4: Science and Space >> Moderator: Mr. Álvaro Giménez Cañete: Director of Science and Robotic Exploration, European Space Agency (ESA) and Head of ESAC. >> Mr. Javier Gómez Elvira: Director, Astrobiology Centre (CSIC-INTA). >> Mr. José Juan López Moreno: Research Professor, CSIC, Institute of Astrophysics of Andalucia. >> Mr. Jan Tauber: Chief Researcher Mission Planck. >> Mr. Ernesto Páramo Sureda: Director, Science Park of Granada. > Coffee-break >> Mr. Carlos Gómez Camacho: Full Professor, Superior Technical School of Engineering, University of Seville. >> Mr. José Meseguer Ruiz: Full Professor. Director, University Institute of Microgravity Ignacio da Riva, Superior Technical School of Aeronautic Engineering, Polytechnic University of Madrid. >> Mr. Jordi Torra Roca: Full Professor, School of Physics, University of Barcelona. > Lunch > Shuttle bus from Aeropolis to Hotel Meliá Los Lebreros > Visit to CATEC Center for Advanced Aerospace Technologies (www.catec.aero) > Shuttle bus from Aeropolis to Hotel Meliá Los Lebreros > From Astrobiology to Mars exploration >> Mr. Javier Gómez Elvira: Director, Astrobiology Centre (CSIC-INTA) The conference will be held in Casa de la Ciencia. CSIC Delegation in Andalucía. Perú Pavilion. Avda. de María Luisa S/N Sevilla. > Panel 5: University and Space >> Moderator: Mr. Miguel Ángel Gómez Tierno: Director, Superior Technical School of Aeronautic Engineering. Polytechnic University of Madrid. >> Mr. José Antonio Vilán Vilán: Full Professor, Superior Technical School of Telecommunications, University of Vigo.
4 Space Industry Spanish and Andalusian companies have been involved with the European space programs for decades; Spain is a member of the European Space Agency (ESA), contributing subsystems to the launcher of the International Space Station. Today, Spanish and Andalusian companies and research institutions have a significant and growing presence in all major ESA scientific missions. Andalusia is the second strongest aerospace region in Spain, representing almost a third of the national aerospace industry. Spain itself is one of the top five European aerospace markets. The Andalusia aerospace sector has over 120 companies that satisfy the demands of the main contractors with companies well specialized. Some of those companies that have been creating new technologies for the aeronautic sector have turned their attention to space as well. Andalusian Presence in European Space Programs > Andalusia is a member of the ERA-STAR Regions (European Research Area Space Technologies Applications & Research). ERA-STAR is a network of public organizations which support programmes in the field of Space Applications. The ERA-STAR Regions network links research programmes from these regions with the objective of building the transregional critical mass in RTD capacity needed to meet the growing opportunities that space programmes and space-based services offer. > Andalusia also belongs to NEREUS (Network of Europeans Regions Using Space Technologies). The network aims to explore the benefits of space technologies. NEREUS is a strong voice for the regional dimensions of European Space Policy and programs. > Moreover, Seville belongs to the Community of Ariane Cities (CVA). The CVA brings together municipalities and groups of municipalities which possess common interests through European-related space transportation activities. Main figures, infrastructure and companies According to the Andalusian Aerospace Cluster Fundación Hélice, the space sector in Andalusia is composed of a dedicated workforce of about 450 people (including over 250 scientist) working on over 35 companies and institutions. The space sector in Andalusia had a turnover of 18.5 M in Companies Turnover (M ) Workforce Scientist High Skilled Workers
5 Main space infrastructure > El Arenosillo test Centre (CEDEA): Amongst other research projects, it carries out experimentation on new development rockets; and balloons atmospheric research. > AICIA: AICIA is a non-profit association for research associated with the Industrial Engineering School of Seville promoting developing industrial research in Andalusia, paying special attention to aerospace industry. > CATEC: The Center for Aerospace and Advanced Technology is provided with state-of-the-art technology laboratories at the service of different companies for their research and development projects, including prototyping and NDT. > Centro Nacional de Aceleradores: CNA is a Singular Scientific and Technological Installation dedicated to interdisciplinary research with ions accelerators. > Instituto de Astrofísica de Andalucía: The activities of the IAA (CSIC) are related to research in the field of Astrophysics and the development of instruments for telescopes and space vehicles. In addition to the public scientific institutions there are about 35 five companies working on the space industry developing and manufacturing components. i.e. Alter Technologies or Abengoa Hydrogen. Conclusions The Andalusian space industry has all the tools to consolidate its future. It has infrastructure, highly-skilled human resource potential to support all this development and it also has a strong commitment of the Andalusian Government to provide all the financial and technological support to enhance the competitiveness of the space industry through regional incentives programs designed to support company creation and modernization, promote business and encourage R&D. Andalusia has fast become one of the main aeronautic manufacturing hotspots, and in the future Andalusia will also consolidate its position as one of the biggest markets for the space industry as well. The space industry in Andalusia has a fascinating future ahead, full of opportunities and successes.
6 Community of Ariane Cities Essonne/Evry-Courcouroannes Charleroi Leuven La Cape/Vermon Les Mureaux Essonne/Evry-Courcouroannes Bordeux (C.U.) Tolouse Barcelona/Terresse Madrid Bremen Liége Hardthausen/Lampoldshausen Augsburg Ottobrunn, Taufkirchen Switzerland Salon de Provenze Cofferrera Seville French Guyane & Kourou Research and Studies Propulsion tests Integration of the launcher CSG facilities and operatións Launch complex Ariane 5 ME
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