Space means business. Space Talks with Justyna Redełkiewicz from EUSPA

Satellite navigation (GNSS) is not what you think it is. There are many applications of using it in various sectors of our life. And what is more important, there are many opportunities for you to do business on this system. Together with Justyna Redelkiewicz from European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA), we will try to inspire you with ideas, examples, and trends of both satellite navigation and Earth observations programs of the EU.

Justyna is Head of Section Consumer Solutions at EUSPA European Union Agency for the Space Programme. She’s fostering the use of Galileo, the European Satellite Navigation System, in smartphones, wearable devices, automotive, and across all IOT/M2M applications. Justyna also leads the start-up support initiatives of the Agency, of which we speak in this episode.

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Co-founder of the European Space Foundation. The originator of the European Rover Challenge project. Experienced dot-connector and communication consultant specializing in technology and innovation (data and content-driven communication). Owner of a PR consultancy working in the CEE region. Very committed space advocate. Author of articles and whitepapers on science and technology. Media pundit on the topics of space exploration and space technology transfer. Speaker and lecturer, organizer and moderator of conferences and events. In the past European Coordinator of The Mars Society and spokesperson of TMS in Poland. For his space advocacy work, Lukasz was awarded a unique award Tiuterra Crystal created by the Austrian Space Forum in collaboration with Swarovski. He joined the previous winners’ ranks, such as Head of SpaceX Elon Musk, former head of NASA Charles Bolden, or head of the UN space sector agency, Dr. Simonetta di Pippo and European astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti. After hours, he explores programming, viewing it as learning a new foreign language of the future.