1st Cycle 2022 Harmonisation Mapping Meeting

1st Cycle 2022 Harmonisation Mapping Meeting 1st Cycle 2022 Harmonisation Mapping Meeting
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The European Space Technology Harmonisation has been developed to achieve well-coordinated research and development (R&D) activities among all actors of the European space sector, establishing a strong technology base as a means of underpinning the worldwide competitiveness of European Industry and ensuring the success of future space missions.

For more information related to Harmonisation please visit: https://www.esa.int/Enabling_Support/Space_Engineering_Technology/Technology_Harmonisation

Invitation to the Meeting

The ESA Harmonisation Team is pleased to invite interested participants to the Mapping Meeting of the 1st Cycle 2022 Harmonisation.

The Mapping Meeting will be an opportunity to share information on national capabilities, on-going and planned activities, strategic interests, mission needs, and recommendations for defining the Harmonisation Roadmaps of the following space technology topics:

1. Array Antennas and Periodic Structures

2. Optical Detectors

3. Lidar Critical Subsystems

4. Printed Circuit Boards and Electronic Assembly Technologies

5. Automation and Robotics

The Mapping Meetings will be organised virtually using the WebEx software on 18 - 20 January 2022.

For more information, please consult the Programme.

*The Mapping Meeting is open to all Harmonisation stakeholders: ESA Member States Delegates forming the Technology Harmonisation Advisory Group (THAG), ESA Associate Member States and Cooperating States Delegates, European Institutions (European Commission, European Defence Agency, European Southern Observatory) as well as representatives of the European and Canadian space Industry, Research Organisations and Trade Associations.

**The event is limited to European and Canadian entities and insitutions.