Greek aerospace, innovation on display at Toulouse Space Show 2018

Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Greek aerospace, innovation on display at Toulouse Space Show 2018

si-Cluster, the Greek aerospace technology and applications cluster, and Enterprise Greece are jointly organizing a Greek delegation to participate in the Toulouse Space Show 2018, June 26-28, and are inviting participation from interested parties.

The Greek participation in the exhibition is being coordinated by Corallia, Greece’s umbrella body for the development of the country’s technology and innovation clusters, in collaboration with the Hellenic Association of Space Industry (EBIDITE), the Hellenic Information Technology and Communications Association (SEPE), the Association of Information Technology Companies of Northern Greece (SEPVE) and the Association of Mobile Application Companies (HAMAC).

The Greek pavilion at the Toulouse Space Show will be located at the center of the exhibition, an optimal location to promote Greece’s innovative products and services and to showcase Greek industry. Delegation participants will also have the opportunity to take part in B2B meetings and benefit from the support of the special si-Cluster Business Development Ambassador in Toulouse, who has been laying the groundwork for Greek participation over the last seven months.

The Toulouse Space Show is the industry's best-known trade fair in Europe, a global forum devoted to innovative space solutions and highlighting future trends in space technology. This year more than 3,000 visitors and 350 exhibitors from 46 countries are expected to attend.

Si-Cluster invites interested companies, research institutes and university laboratories to express their interest in participating by Tuesday, 15 May 2018 at Available spaces will be assigned strictly on a first come, first served basis.


The Hellenic Space Technologies and Applications Cluster (si-Cluster) is Greece’s first and only innovation ecosystem operating in the field of space technologies and applications. It is supported by the Corallia Unit of the Athena Research Center and the Hellenic Association of Space Industry (EBIDITE). The cluster is helping build an innovation ecosystem capable of producing and attracting high-level research, development and entrepreneurship that will allow Greece to compete at a European and international level in a rapidly growing market. It activities including bringing together large companies and startups, academics and research centers, national, regional and European authorities, as well as other private and public sector actors, to develop Greece’s rich scientific potential. By promoting international collaboration and synergies, the si-Cluster aims to strengthen the competitive advantages of its members, while serving other important sectors of the economy such as agriculture, transport, the environment and security. Cluster members have been recognized internationally for their innovative technologies and solutions. For further information visit: si-Cluster.