Space technology on Earth? Space Talks with Frank Salzgeber from ESA

Applications of space technologies literally surround us. Even the Catholic Church has recently started a process of space technology transfer. And if you are interested in learning how to acquire such solutions for your new or existing business, this is the episode for you. And I will give you information from the first hand as my guest is Frank Salzgeber, Head of Innovation and Ventures Office of European Space Agency. Frank is overseeing the largest Space Entrepreneurship network in the world. His team has initiated over 360 industry transfers, supported nearly 1000 start-ups. He supports the exploitation of the ESA patent portfolio and promotes the ESA BA (Business Applications) offer of ESA, which have supported additional overt 600 business cases. So prepare a notebook as this episode will give you crucial information on boosting your business or an idea by using space technology.


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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.