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cosine remote sensing solutions at the Space Symposium

cosine will be participating in the 39th Space Symposium, in Colorado Springs, CO USA, from 8 to 11 April 2024. Dr Marco Esposito, cosine Remote Sensing Managing Director will be present at the event. Join us at the NL Space booth 641 to explore and discuss our cutting-edge remote sensing solutions tailored to meet the demands of modern space missions.

The Space Symposium organized by the Space Foundation serves as a gathering for the global space community providing collaboration, innovation, and education. Space Symposium attendees consistently represent all sectors of the space community around the world, from multiple spacefaring nations; to space agencies to commercial space businesses and associated subcontractors, as well as many others. Bringing all these groups together in one place provides a good opportunity to examine space issues from multiple perspectives, to promote dialog and to focus attention on critical space issues.

At cosine, we specialize in delivering remote sensing solutions optimized for scenarios where rapid response is critical. During the event, we will showcase our innovative technologies and products capable of facilitating near-realtime data acquisition from space. You can find more info about our remote sensing solutions on our website.

We invite you to join us at the NL Space booth 641, for engaging discussions on how our remote sensing solutions can enhance the success of your space mission. We eagerly anticipate the opportunity to connect with you and explore potential collaborations. Feel free to explore the brochure of the Dutch delegation for more information.

About cosine
cosine is a leading worldwide company in the development of space instrumentation, such as Silicon Pore Optics for astronomy and remote sensing solutions with onboard analytics for Earth Observation and planetary science. We combine physics and technology to bring out-of-the-box solutions to our clients. We have been developing and delivering innovative measurement systems for space and industrial applications since 1998. Our company operates 1,300 m² of cleanrooms and high-tech assembly facilities to build and test the systems we produce for customers at our headquarters in Sassenheim, The Netherlands.

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