Canadian space companies discuss potential collaborations with German delegation

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The German Federal State of Bremen delegation, led by Senator Martin Günthner, Minister of Economic Affairs, Labour and Ports, during a meeting with the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) officials, including President Sylvain Laporte. (Credit: CSA)

On April 12, 2018, representatives of the Canadian space industry and officials from the CSA met with a delegation from the Free Hanseatic City of Bremen, Germany, at CSA headquarters in St-Hubert, Quebec.

Over 40 Canadian small and medium-sized enterprises had the opportunity to showcase their expertise in space-related applications to the German delegates and identify potential future commercial partnerships.

The Bremen delegation, led by Senator Martin Günthner, Minister of Economic Affairs, Labour and Ports, included representatives of major German space companies, such as Airbus Defence and Space, OHB and DSI Aerospace Technology GmbH. Officials from the German Aerospace Center (DLR), the AviaSpace Bremen industry association, Bremeninvest, TZI Institute, the Canada Meets Germany Network, and the Canadian Embassy in Berlin also participated in the discussions.

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