The world’s most important event in the space sector takes place from September 18 to September 22 at the Parc des Expositions in Paris with the participation of companies and organizations from around 70 countries. Over 7 thousand people take part in the meeting, including heads of space agencies, astronauts, engineers, students, and business representatives. 25 Polish companies will present their products at the stand of the Polish Space Agency at the congress.
Hosted in Paris by the French space agency CNES, IAC 2022 will offer you a unique set of opportunities:
– IAC is the one place and time of the year where all global space players come together. The most recent editions of the event have attracted more than 6,500 participants from more than 80 countries.
– France is one of the world’s most visited countries and easily accessible for delegates from all nations, offering an impressive range of opportunities for social and cultural activities and events. Paris itself has a wealth of worldrenowned museums and monuments that attract thousands of international visitors every year. (iac2022.org)
The stand of the Polish Space Agency presents, among others, following companies: Scanway Sp. z o.o., ELPROMA Elektronika Sp. z o.o., PIAP Space Sp. z o.o., Creotech Instruments S.A. , Łukasiewicz-Instytut Lotnictwa, Progresja Space Sp. z o.o., Cloudferro Sp. z o.o., Centrum Nauki Kopernik / ESERO, SatRev S.A., AGH University of Science and Technology, N7 Space Sp. z o.o., Astronika Sp. z o.o., European Space Foundation / Planet Partners, SYDERAL Polska sp.z o.o., Thorium Space Sp. z o.o., KP Labs Sp. z o.o., GMV Innovating Solutions Sp. z o.o., Blue Dot Solutions Sp. z o.o., Jakusz SpaceTech Sp. z o.o., SpaceForest Sp. z o.o., Wasat Sp. z o.o., Wiran Sp. z o.o., PILC Sp. z o.o., EUROTECH Sp. z o.o., Hertz Systems Ltd Sp. z o.o. – informs POLSA.
Just before the opening of the congress, French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne announced that the government would invest EUR 9 billion over three years in the space sector.
“The first strategy is to maintain our independent access to space with Europe, and for that we need strong resources and cutting-edge research,” she said.
The Polish Space Agency (POLSA) is an executive agency of the Ministry of Development and Technology established in 2014. Its task is to support the Polish space industry by implementing the priorities of the Polish Space Strategy. POLSA cooperates with international agencies and state administration in the field of space research. It is also responsible for the promotion of the Polish space sector in Poland and abroad.