We are glad to announce the high-level event on GMES Governance (Global Monitoring for Environment and Security). It will take place in Brussels on Monday, 11th May 2009 with the title THE IMPACT OF GMES GOVERNANCE MODELS ON INDUSTRY and it is organised by the EARSC and EUROSPACE Associations in cooperation with the GMES Bureau and the European Economic and Social Committee, EESC.
GMES needs to evolve into full operational maturity. This requires a sustainable programme including long-term funding commitment; a suitable governance structure and a specific legislative and regulatory framework.The type of governance which will be adopted might have a strong impact on the structuring and future of the industry.
Recent challenges are to find new legislative and governance environment, new funding opportunities and to ensure appropriate business model, governance structure and longer-term financial sustainability as well as fostering downstream sector investments and pan-European level services.
This workshop will be an opportunity for all interested parties to expose possible governance models and to make a first evaluation of their impact on the industry. The presence and experience of all stakeholders is thus desirable to cover in the best way these issues in the workshop discussion. With this event Industry aims to accord recommendations of its vision on GMES Governance models.
|THE IMPACT OF GMES GOVERNANCE MODELS ON INDUSTRY|
|09h00 – 09h45: Registration|
|09h55: Opening by P. Kamoun (Eurospace WG on GMES)|
|10h00: Welcome by V. Moutarlier (EU – GMES Bureau)|
|Presentation workshop by N. Faller (EARSC) and O. Lemaitre (Eurospace)|
|10h15 – 11h30: SESSION 1: Governance models and Industrial Views|
|10h15 – 10h30 : Views from EARSC, A. Jadot|
|10h30 – 10h45: Views from Eurospace, J-J. Tortora|
|10h45 – 11h00: Perspective from EU, GMES Bureau, V. Moutarlier|
|11h00 – 11h15: Perspective from ESA , J. Aschbacher|
|11h15 – 11h30: Perspective from EUMETSAT, P. Counet|
|11h30 – 12h00: COFEE BREAK|
|12h00 – 12h30: SESSION 2: Industry Views|
|12h00 – 12h15: GMES Organisational and System Integration Scenarios, Z. Stott (Assimila)|
|12h15 – 12h30: Actual report on economy on downstream services, C. Jolly (OECD)|
|12h30-13h30: Round Table on Ocean-Atmosphere-Climate
Impact of GMES Governance on Space & Services Industry
Participants: C. O’Kelly (TechWorks), A. Pi-Figueroa (Starlab), A. Monsaingeon (CLS), C-A. Reix (TAS), P. Stephens (DMCii)
Moderator: C. Jacob (Eumetnet)
|13h30 – 14h30: LUNCH BREAK|
|14h30 – 16h00: SESSION 3: Industry Views|
|14h30 – 14h45: Impact of GMES Governance models on the future of Industry, G. Deane (BOSS4GMES)|
|14h45 – 15h00: GMES Governance – Legal Considerations, I. Baumann (BHO-Legal)|
|15h00-16h00:Round Table on Land – Emergency – Security
Impact of GMES Governance on Space & Services Industry
Participants: A. Kaptein (Infoterra), F. Mastracci (Telespazio), J. Dauphin( Astrium), L. Kucera (Gisat), W. Biefermann (RapidEye) tbc, M. Bello-Mora (Deimos), C. Hoffman (Geoville-Group)
Moderator: C. Pradham (EARSC Director)
|16h30-17h30:FINAL ROUND TABLE: “The impact of GMES governance models on Industry”
Participants: J. Chenet (TAS), A. Bories (OHB), M. Tondriaux (Spot Infoterra Group), P. Norris (Logica), P. Volk (GAF), M. Gross (Eurosense Hungary)
Moderator: P. Kamoun (Eurospace WG on GMES)
REGISTRATION: MAY 11th 2009, EESC – Building VM2, rue Van Maerlant 2 – 1040, Brussels
Please note the number of seats is limited, therefore we highly recommend that you register as soon as possible. If interested send us your contact details to firstname.lastname@example.org
-Describe participation interest at the workshop:
EESC Building: Please go to the entrance hall of building VM2 (rue Van Maerlant,2 – 1040 Brussels) Room:VM3 (second floor)
How to get to European Commission
When entering the building, visitors will have to mention the name of the EARSC event you are attending. You will be given a small card (called “laisser-passer”), which will allow you to access the second floor. The EESC will create the “laisser-passer” in accordance with the event (title, date, room, timing). On the second floor, the badges (and documentation) will be distributed to the attendees, outside the meeting room.
-From Airport: Brussels Airport Zaventem
-Transfer by Bus: There is a cheap (approx 3 Euros) shuttle bus (Line 12) from the airport to the City, get off at Schuman. See for further information.
-Transfer by Taxi: A taxi from the Airport takes about 10-20 minutes and costs 20-25 Euros.
-Transfer by Train: Take the shuttle from the airport to the Centre of Brussels to Central Station (Gare Centrale). The trains leave in intervals of approx. 15 minutes. Then follow the instructions from the Train Station, via the Metro to Schuman.
-From Train Station: Central Station (Gare Centrale) via Metro to Schuman: take the underground (Metro) in the direction of Stockel or Herrmann-Debroux; 5 stops on, leave the metro at Maalbeeck.
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There are no registration fees for this workshop
Stakeholder´s active involvement will help to discuss, with small and large industries as well as European and national institutions and users, the perspectives within GMES for the downstream services sector.
The organization should be most grateful if you would draw the attention of your colleagues and other interested parties to this workshop.
We look forward to welcoming you at the event.