Space Technologies for Consumer Solutions & IoT - EUSPA/EBN
Deep-dive into how space data can enrich IoT and Consumer Solutions startups, with EUSPA experts Justyna Redelkiewicz and Manuel Lopez
A webinar series for business advisors and experts working with Consumer Solutions and IoT startups, EUSPA highlights uniquely for EU|BICs how data from satellites can unlock new business opportunities for your clients. As an important source of information, space data continues to enable opportunities for non-existing use cases.
Data from satellites have become an important source of information unlocking new business opportunities and enabling non-existing use cases. EBN together with the European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) organises a series of webinars showcasing how space data enriching industries are already today. During the webinars, the EUSPA will introduce the EU Space programmes and activities towards entrepreneurs and start-ups, deep dive into how space data can enrich different sectors and examples of existing projects.
The second webinar will be focused on Space Technologies for Consumer Solutions and IoT and the benefits that EU Space Programmes bring to them.
During the webinar we will present:
- The latest market trends of Consumer solutions and IoT, existing and the most promising applications
- Added-value of Space programmes and how its differentiators can benefit the consumer market and IoT, such as GNSS Raw measurements as one of the high accuracy positioning techniques for the development of mobile apps, early warning system to support disaster management, signal authentication to prevent spoofing, additional frequencies for better accuracy in urban environments, and high accuracy service for more demanding applications
- How Copernicus earth observation data and services are used to provide quantitative information in-app such as weather conditions and forecasts, UV index levels, and water and air quality
The number of sold devices powered by Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) are forecasted to grow from 1.8 billion units in 2021 to 2.5 billion units in 2031! Consumer devices, such as smartphones, tablets, personal tracking devices, wearables, digital cameras and portable computers will represent more than 90 % of these devices. Additionally, the European earth observation (EO) programme Copernicus is the largest space data provider, currently delivering 16 terabytes per day. Consumer Solutions using satellite data comprise a multitude of applications, tailor-made to satisfy different usage conditions and needs (e.g. lifestyle, tourism, health).
Global uptake of IoT applications has been rapid and enthusiastic and by 2025 it is estimated that there will be around 27 billion IoT connections. With many interconnected devices in the IoT environment constantly on the move, there are applications that require or might at least benefit from knowing the precise location of a given device.
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About the experts
Justyna Redelkiewicz is the Head of Section Consumer and Environment at the EUSPA. EUSPA’s core mission is to provide reliable, safe and secure space-related services from European space programs such as Galileo, Copernicus and GovSatCom, maximising their socio-economic benefits for society and businesses. Within the Agency Justyna is leading the Cassini initiative, encompassing a set of support activities for EU start-ups, offering funding opportunities for the development of space downstream products and solutions. She is also in charge of the market and technology research at EUSPA, managing publications of annual reports on satellite navigation and Earth observation use in various industries. Prior to joining EUSPA, she held business management responsibilities in Toshiba, Comarch and Nestle. She has a Master degree in International Business from Poznan University of Economics, a Master in Business Administration from Leipzig Graduate School of Management (HHL) and she is also an alumnus of International Space University.
Prof. Dr. Manuel Lopez is Senior Technology Officer in the EUSPA, where he is supporting and fostering the adoption of EGNOS and Galileo in Waterborne and Emergency Response Applications. He has deeply contributed to the concept definition of the Galileo Emergency Warning Service, the EGNOS maritime service, the SAR Beacon Remote Activation Service. He received his PhD in System Engineering and Automation from the University of Seville in 2005. He got a permanent position as Associate Professor at the University of Seville in 2008, where he was teaching until he joined EUSPA (former GSA) in 2013 as a seconded national expert in the Market Development Department.
The European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) provides safe and secure European satellite navigation services, promotes the commercialization of Galileo, EGNOS, and Copernicus data and services and coordinates the EU’s forthcoming governmental satellite communications programme GOVSATCOM. EUSPA is responsible for the security accreditation of all the EU Space Programme components. By fostering the development of an innovative and competitive space sector and engaging with the entire EU Space community, EUSPA contributes to the European Green Deal and digital transition, the safety and security of the Union and its citizens, while reinforcing its autonomy and resilience.