Gold Sponsor

The Netherlands Space Office (NSO) is the governmental Space Agency of the Netherlands. NSO's task is to advise upon and realise the national space policy.

The space policy of the Netherlands focuses on the added value of space on science, economy and society, and in particular the development of ground-breaking space technologies, and services based on satellite data.

NSO is representing the Netherlands in the programme boards of the European Space Agency (ESA). NSO supports and stimulates space companies and institutions in the Netherlands to start new collaborations with international partners. It reports, both financially and substantively, directly to a steering committee consisting of representatives of the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Climate Policy, the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management and the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO).


Silver Sponsor

Leveraging the best Very High Resolution (VHR) satellite imagery commercially available throughout all eras, European Space Imaging (EUSI) has led the earth observation sector in Europe for more than 20 years. They were the first European company to bring 30 cm resolution satellite imagery to the EU market and is subsequently the longest and most trusted provider of True 30 cm resolution imagery. With access to the Maxar WorldView constellation through their ground-station located at the German Aerospace Centre, and the ability for direct satellite tasking and local data downlink, the company delivers imagery in near-real time and continues to expand their European investments to lead VHR satellite imagery developments to ensure that the European VHR user community remain at the forefront of earth observation.


Silver Sponsor

The Remote Sensing team of the Rabobank brings the power of geo-data to the bank. They develop different products and services that contribute to various propositions – serving smallholder farmers, meeting sustainability goals, and mitigating risks – all using satellite and geo-data. Finding innovative ways to use technology and geo-data to reduce costs, increase impact, help people and protect natural resources all at the same time. Among others, the Remote Sensing team works on Rabobank’s Acorn proposition.

At Acorn they help smallholder farmers in developing regions to transition to agroforestry. This provides certified, nature-based carbon credits, which they offer to responsible corporates to help them reach their climate goals. With 80% of the sales revenue going straight to the farmers, it helps them adopt a more climate-resilient way of farming that improves food security, biodiversity, and financial independence. For more information, visit acorn.rabobank.com.

Bronze Sponsor










City of Amersfoort | www.vvvamersfoort.nl

Bronze Sponsor





Utrecht Region is a frontrunner in life sciences and health, digital media and sustainability. Our thriving economy focuses on smart solutions, green policies, innovation and health. Learn more about the business opportunities in your organisation’s key sector or sectors.


Silver Sponsor

John Deere is the global market leader for agricultural machinery and equipment. There is a strong focus on smart farming, which uses satellite systems, wireless communication and big data analytics to increase crop yields in a profitable and sustainable way to feed our growing world population.


Silver Sponsor

Compass Informatics location technologies and analytics solutions and services assist government and commercial organisations to deliver more efficient operations, protect their assets and meet regulatory requirements.

We combine tools including Geographical Information Systems, Earth Observation, analytics, and IT systems development to achieve this.


BioScope - agricultural data services

Many farmers and growers are interested in precision agriculture. Crop monitoring and soil maps, irrigation advice is then step one… But in reality, it is often challenging to obtain affordable, high-quality data that is also usable. BioScope delivers good quality data conveniently and affordably. We help farmers and growers to get started without large investments.




Silver Sponsor

Planet is the leading provider of global, daily satellite imagery and insights. Planet is driven by a mission to image all of Earth’s landmass every day, and make global change visible, accessible and actionable. Founded in 2010 by three NASA scientists, Planet designs, builds, and operates the largest earth observation fleet of satellites, and provides the online software, tools and analytics needed to deliver data to users. Decision makers in business, government, and within organizations can use Planet's data and machine learning-powered analytics to develop new technologies, drive revenue, power research, and make informed, timely decisions to solve our world's toughest challenges.

To learn more visit www.planet.com and follow us on Twitter at @planetlabs.

Bronze Sponsor

The aim of the project National Fieldlab Precision Farming (NPPL) is to accelerate adoption of smart technologies and applications in field crops. In this project, over 30 farmers, Wageningen University & Research, Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food, Ag. Universities of Applied Sciences and Misset work together. See www.proeftuinprecisielandbouw.nl for details. 


Media Partners


EARSC, the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies, is a membership-based, not for profit organisation which coordinates and promotes the activities of European companies engaged in delivering Earth observation-derived geo-information services. EARSC represents this sector in its broadest sense, creating a network between industry, decision makers and users and covering the full EO value chain from data acquisition through processing, fusion, analysis to final geo-information products & services.



Co-organising Partner





AeroVision is an independent procurement advisor of (geo-)information.

With our knowledge and experience, we support organisations during the procurement process of geo-information related data or software (mainly). We help our customer to make the deployment of geo-information in decision-making more effective. For each customer request, our experts find the right offer.
Our services will answer the following questions for you:
 How do you ask what you need?
 How do you get what you asked for?
 How do you use what you have got?

With our knowledge and expertise we can control a team independently, yet strongly involved and a fresh vision, and achieve results. Our experts help organisations to innovate and to implement this into the daily work environment. All stakeholders remain involved in this process. After all, they have an interest in the outcome.