Space Tech Expo Europe 2021
Visit the Berlin Brandenburg joint booth P42 in hall 5 and talk to the representatives of the exhibiting companies.
- IHP Leibniz Institute for High Performance Microelectronics
- ST Engineering iDirect (Germany)
- TIWARI Scientific Instruments
+49 30 46302-451
The space sector in Berlin and Brandenburg is characterized by the segment of small satellites - with continuous growth. The companies and research institutes in the German capital region develop and build subcomponents as well as complete small and nanosatellites with a variety of application technologies. These include drive technology, lightweight components, electronics, optics, laser systems, power supply, measuring instruments, communication technology, sensors, simulation software, etc.
Berlin facilities for small and nano-satellites are among the pioneers in the world which have rapidly gained commercial importance in recent years. More than 70 companies and research institutes from the German capital region strive for space and with their various expertise and specializations, form a holistic, interdisciplinary center of competence for space technologies and applications.
Operation in space places extremely high demands on technology. What’s needed is the cooperation of highly specialized researchers and engineers from various fields. Berlin-Brandenburg has optimal conditions in this regard.
The extensive research landscape and strong business clusters, particularly in the fields of ICT, photonics, and aerospace, ensure that New Space businesses are able to thrive in an optimal environment.
About the event:
Space Tech Expo Europe is the continent's major dedicated supply-chain and engineering event for manufacturing, design, test and engineering services for spacecraft, subsystems and space-qualified components. The exhibition and conference draw attendance from thousands of industry leaders, decision makers, engineers, specifiers and buyers to meet manufacturers across the supply chain for civil, military and commercial space.
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