Enabling & Support

Digital Technologies Working Days

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3 cutting-edge topics | 2 constructive days | 1 ESA

 

ESA’s GSTP, together with the Estonian Space Office, invite you to join our two-day Digital Technologies Working Days to discuss the main future innovations our technology programmes must address in three key areas:

  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cyber-safety/-security
  • Digital Engineering (Design to Produce).

The event will be held 18-19 June 2019 at the Nordic Forum Hotel, Tallinn.

During the event we will work with industry to facilitate industrial partnerships between European space and non-space actors through round table discussions.

The event will follow on from the results of the Digital Technologies for Space Call for Ideas, which you can submit proposals to now through ideas.esa.int

The Digital Technologies Working Days are open to industry, academia and SME's who would like to share in these discussions, which will focus specifically on space technologies in these fields. 

Registration

Participants who wish to attend will be required to register. 
To register please fill in the form here: https://atpi.eventsair.com/19m33-estonia-working-days/registration/Site/Register

Agenda

Please download the agenda using the icon on the upper right-hand corner. The agenda is liable to change.

Logistics

Social event

There will be a welcome drink on the 17th June from 18:30 in the atrium of the hotel. 

We will also be hosting a social event on the evening of 18th June - a walking tour of Tallinn's historical city centre, followed by a social dinner at restaurant, R14 (Rotermanni 14). Timings and meeting points will be shared closer to the event. 

 

Venue

The Digital Technologies Working Days are being held at the Nordic Forum Hotel at the heart of Tallinn, in Estonia. 

 

Transport

Travelling to Tallinn, Estonia:

You can take the ferry from Helsinki (several carriers offer fast ferry connections between Helsinki and Tallinn) or there are direct flights to Tallinn from London, Berlin, Munich, Dublin, Milan, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Riga, Helsinki, Warsaw, Vienna and more.

Travelling to the venue: 

The venue is 150 metres from the picturesque old town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, and 4 km from the airport. Taxi's cost around €10 from the airport to the hotel, or you can take Tram 4 to the city centre.  

For information about how to get to and from the venue please see the hotel's website

 

Accommodation

While we cannot help arrange accommodation, we can recommend these nearby hotels to stay in:

Nordic Hotel Forum - this is the same venue as the working days
Tallink City Hotel
Radisson Blu Sky Hotel
Swissotel Tallinn

Please contact us if you need further advice. 

 

Visiting Estonia

Learn more about what to do in Tallinn and Estonia from visitestonia.com and visittallinn.ee.

Contact

For further information please email gstp.management@esa.int

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