25 April 2016 Community

GLIS 2016: Come and Learn More Than You Can Imagine!

Connecting the World via Space-Policies, Technologies, Applications

What is GLIS 2016?

GLIS 2016 is the Global Conference on Space and the Information Society. It will propose an optimal series of discussions addressing the issue of a worldwide connection allowed by Space through Policies, Technologies and Applications.

A detailed analysis on the impact that space policies, space technologies and space applications have on the daily life of people, organizations and governments communicating and exchanging information around the world will be undertaken.

Who is GLIS 2016?

GLIS 2016 is co-organized by the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU).

When is GLIS 2016?

The Space Conference will be held on Monday 6 and Tuesday 7 June 2016.

Where is GLIS 2016?

In the Headquarters of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) in the beautiful city of Geneva, Switzerland.

What more?

In addition, you can participate in the coolest unconference ?SPACE UP? for students and young professionals, which is being organized by the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) and the Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) the day before GLIS 2016. The delegates themselves decide what is presented and talked about. So, if you are a young space addict interested in either the space or information domains in areas such as technology, policy, science, regulation, security, development, etc. ?SPACE UP? is made for you!

REGISTER NOW on: http://www.glis2016.org/register.aspx.

For more information on GLIS2016, click here.

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