Welcome to the
EU-Japan GNSS Roundtable in 2021
The EU and Japan are important space actors and key partners in the civilian use of Global Navigation Satellite Systems. The
EU-Japan Strategic and Economic Partnership Agreements foresee close industrial cooperation. Japan is the EU’s 6th most important trading partner worldwide and the EU is Japan’s 2nd biggest trading partners worldwide.
Organised by the European Commission and the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan, the 5th edition of the EU-Japan GNSS Roundtable continues to bring together public and private actors in GNSS, in joint efforts to tackle global challenges with innovative technology and to boost industrial cooperation.
You can expect to learn about latest system developments and market trends as well as exciting keynotes and panel discussions on GNSS for automotive unmanned mobility, emergency and innovative services. The European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) and GNSS.asia are proud cooperation partners. In addition, more than 10 companies from Europe and Japan will present how they create innovative solutions using GNSS.
Moreover, you will have the opportunity to showcase your products and services on a virtual marketplace, engage in networking by joining digital get-togethers and build new business collaboration partnerships.
For up-to-date agenda, as well as registration and additional information, please use the link below.
Organised by the European Commission
The Directorate-General for Defence Industry and Space (DEFIS) leads the European Commission's activities in the Defence Industry and Space sector. In the area of Space, DG DEFIS is in charge of implementing the EU Space programme consisting of the European Earth Observation Programme (Copernicus), the European Global Navigation Satellite System (Galileo) and the European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS).
Organised by the Cabinet Office, Government of Japan
The Cabinet Office is in charge of planning, designing and coordinating policies concerning space exploitation, implementing policies regarding development, maintenance and operation of the Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS). In accordance with the Basic Space Law, the Strategic Headquarters for National Space Policy was established to comprehensively and systematically promote policies related to the spacedevelopment and utilization.
Supported by EUSPA
The European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) is linking space to user needs. EUSPA’s core mission is to implement the EU Space Programme and to provide reliable, safe and secure space-related services. By fostering the development of innovative and competitive upstream and downstream sectors, EUSPA is driving innovation-based growth in the global economy and is contribuiting to the safety of EU citizens and the security of the Union and its Member States.
Supported by GNSS.asia
Via an assistance network of local representatives across Asia, supplemented with expert knowledge of local and wider technology trends, GNSS.asia has been driving industry collaboration on GNSS technology across continents for over a decade. The project has a significant outreach both in Asia-Pacific and in Europe. GNSS.asia is funded by the European Union within Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation, under grant agreement no 870296.