Information about Sponsors and Exhibitors

Honorary Patronage

Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation
Nowy Świat 6/12
00-400 Warsaw
Poland
tel. +48 22 583 86 70
e-mail: sekretariatBM@mgm.gov.pl
www.gov.pl/web/gospodarkamorska
The Ministry of Maritime Economy and Inland Navigation (MGMiŻŚ) is an office of government administration servicing the minister competent for the four branches of government administration: maritime economy, water management, fisheries and inland waterway transport.
Our main goal is to use the social and economic potential of Poland related to the location on the Baltic Sea and the management of water in our country. This objective is achieved in the following aspects:
• reconstruction and revitalization of the shipbuilding industry,
• development and expansion of polish ports,
• restoration of inland navigation,
• development and support of fisheries,
• rational water management,
• existence of strong maritime education centers.
Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology
Pl. Trzech Krzyzy 3/5
00-507 Warsaw
Poland
tel. +48 22 583 86 70
e-mail: kancelaria.mpit@mpit.gov.pl
www.gov.pl/web/przedsiebiorczosc-technologia
The Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology is an office which supports the Minister in the field of the economy. The Ministry’s focus is on developments within the business environment, helping bring real change for entrepreneurs.

Our goals include minimising administration barriers, keeping up to date information regarding export procedures and changes, allowing our entrepreneurs to develop as our partners and not to feel like customers. Our aim is to help entrepreneurs develop their businesses by making it as easy as possible for them to follow through on their ideas and carry out their activities in Poland.

The very nature and place of investments along with the quality of new jobs will be key factors to be considered in the process of granting tax allowances in the territory of Poland.

Technologically advanced projects are of particular importance for us, for example improving the quality of air in Poland by coordinating the “E-Bus” Programme for emission-free modern urban transport.

An important aim of the Ministry of Entrepreneurship and Technology is to keep increasing exports of Polish products to the Global Market by opening up new opportunities and developing current programs.

We are moving towards “Industry 4.0”. This is an opportunity for Poland to take the lead in the field of innovative industrial sectors. We support the development of new innovative ideas helping businesses during their early stages, under the dedicated Programme “Start in Poland”. With this in mind we encourage the utalisation of streamlined working procedures such as electronic forms of payment.
Polish Space Agency
Trzy Lipy 3 Street (Section C)
80-172 Gdansk
Poland
tel. +48 58 500 87 60
e-mail: sekretariat@polsa.gov.pl
www.polsa.gov.pl
The Polish Space Agency (POLSA), as a governmental executive body, fulfills the strategic space-related goals of the Republic of Poland by undertaking activities aimed at broadening the utilization of satellite systems and accelerating the development of space technologies for the benefit of public administration, science, economy and defence.
POLSA's primery goals include:
• coordinating Polish space activities at the national and international levels,
• representing the Republic of Poland in relations with international space organizations,
• fostering the growth and promoting the achievements and competences of Polish space companies and R&D entities,
• increasing the national security capabilities of the nation,
• expanding the use of satellite data by public administration.

The Polish space sector

The Polish space sector is comprised of a sizable group of nationally- and internationally-recognized research institutes, top technical universities and ca. 50 SME companies. Some of the large companies from the Polish aerospace and defense industry are also active in the field of space and satellite technologies. The total employment in the Polish space sector is estimated to be 1,000 employees and is constantly growing.
Space activities in Poland have been initiated by research institutes and higher education institutions, which have been conducting space research within international consortia since the 1970s. Space Research Centre (CBK PAN) and other national research institutes have so far participated in over 60 space missions.
The beginnings of cooperation between Poland and the European Space Agency date back to 2007, when the Program for European Cooperating States (PECS) entered into force offering domestic entrepreneurs new possibilities for participation in ESA projects. Poland's formaI membership in ESA in 2012 accelerated the development of the national space sector. Today, domestic entities actively participate in programs financed by the Agency, cooperating in all aspects of their successful implementation with the prominent European partners. Polish companies and research institutes have so far completed or are in the process of implementing over 330 contracts commissioned by ESA.
Fields of the Polish space industrial specialization and technological expertise include:
• electronics,
• mechanics,
• propulsion systems,
• robotics,
• software development,
• optics,
• optoelectronics.

Platinum Sponsor

EU satellite Navigation Programmes - Galileo & EGNOS
Avenue d'Auderghem 45
1049 Brussels
Belgium
tel. +32 2 295 64 00
e-mail: GROW-GALILEO@ec.europa.eu
www.ec.europa.eu/galileo
The European Commission has the overall responsibility for the Galileo and EGNOS programmes.
Galileo is Europe’s Global Satellite Navigation System. Since 2016, Galileo Initial Services are available for public authorities, businesses and citizens. The first services offered by Galileo include the Open Service, the Public Regulated Service and the Search and Rescue Service. The full and complete portfolio of Galileo services will be available by 2020, when the satellite constellation and ground infrastructure are complete.
EGNOS, the European Geostationary navigation Overlay Service and regional satellite based augmentation system, has been operational since 2009. It works to increase the accuracy of the USA‘s Global Positioning System and provides information on its reliability, making it suitable for safety-critical applications.

Gold Sponsor

Spirent
Aspen Way
Paignton, Devon, TQ4 7QR
United Kingdom
tel. +44 1803 546325
e-mail: globalsales@spirent.com
www.spirent.com/pnt
Spirent is the leading name in GNSS test solutions, with over 30 years’ experience in providing expert solutions to government, military, and commercial customers. From high fidelity flexible GNSS simulators, to high bit depth record and playback systems, Spirent hardware and software is the benchmark for excellence in the industry.

At ENC 2019 Spirent will be demonstrating the advancements in and benefits of environmental realism in testing, system flexibility for evolving test regimens, and the ease of integration with leaders in cutting edge industries. Find out how Spirent could advance your product development by visiting their booth at ENC 2019.

Gold Partner

LOTOS
135 Elbląska Street
80-718 Gdańsk
Poland
tel. +48 58 326 43 00
fax: +48 58 326 43 80
e-mail: lotos@grupalotos.pl
www.lotos.pl
LOTOS is a Polish capital group whose business is of strategic importance to the domestic and European energy security, as well as to Poland’s economy. It produces natural gas and crude oil in Poland, Norway and Lithuania. It owns a refinery in Gdańsk, one of Europe’s most advanced oil refining plants, where crude oil is mostly processed into high-quality fuels, including the LOTOS Dynamic premium brand.

LOTOS also operates a chain of close to 500 petrol stations conveniently located at motorways and expressways, in all large cities and many municipalities countrywide. As a retailer and wholesaler of fuels, it has nearly a one-third market share at home. It is also Poland’s second largest railway carrier. LOTOS is a leading manufacturer of road bitumens, motor oils and lubricants for cars, aircraft, rolling stock, vessels, as well as military vehicles.

Exhibitors

ENAMOR
Inżynierska 1
81-552 Gdynia
Poland
tel. +48 58 69 01 700
e-mail: enamor@enamor.pl
www.enamor.pl
Enamor is producer of electronic monitoring systems and devices for optimisation of vessels operation. Company specialize in modern technology integration for maritime and military market as well as in providing service. Enamor is authorized representative of producers of equipment for civil and military market.
Enamor activity includes:
• production of maritime electronics devices and systems,
• R&D works in maritime,
• delivery of electronics, navigation and automation devices and systems for maritime and aviation,
• delivery of special systems and devices for Navy, Land Forces and Border Guard,
• technical expertise,
• service, warranty and post warranty repairs.
LabSat by Racelogic
Unit 10, Osier Way
Buckingham
United Kingdom
tel. +44 1280823803
e-mail: Mark.Sampson@racelogic.co.uk
www.labsat.co.uk
Racelogic specialise in GPS simulators and high performance GPS data-loggers. Featured on the stand will be our latest GPS Simulator, LabSat, which re-produces GPS RF signals for bench testing. LabSat is the most affordable full-constellation simulator on the market, and can record and replay raw GPS RF signals, as well as user defined signals.
Pendulum Instruments
Lotnicza 37
80-297 Banino
Poland
tel. +48 58 6818901
e-mail: office@pendulum-instruments.com
www.pendulum-instruments.com
Pendulum Instruments is a supplier of solutions for GNSS simulation, calibration, measurement and analysis of time & frequency related parameters.

The company’s success is based on technological intuition enabling to provide products which have always been ahead of the market’s offer. They perfectly respond to the same basic needs of precision, usability and operational comfort, however they constantly surprise and win customers’ trust with innovations and improved quality.
SAPHYRION Sagl
Strada Regina 16
CH-6934 Bioggio
Switzerland
tel. +41 91 22 01 100
e-mail: contact@saphyrion.ch
www.saphyrion.ch
Saphyrion is a privately owned research and development company that specializes in the design and development of Space-qualified integrated circuits as well as instruments for GNSS data analysis. The rad-hard IC production supplies fundamental devices for space-borne GNSS receivers used in several ESA missions, and other chipsets for satellite microwave communications. For rad-hard IC manufacturing an agile, fabless model is implemented.

Saphyrion’s product line of GNSS data loggers and replayers offers innovative capabilities to the developers of GNSS receivers exploiting the new GALILEO and GPS signals, with particular reference to the wideband E5ab and L5 bands.

Established in February 2009, Saphyrion is located in Bioggio (near Lugano) southern Switzerland.
Skydel Solutions Inc.
1275 Av. des Canadiens de Montreal
Montréal H3B 0G4
Canada
tel. +1 438 680-8288
e-mail: marilou.beaulieu@skydelsolutions.com
www.skydelsolutions.com
Skydel is a Montreal-based company that offers GPS/GNSS test solutions to scientists and engineers who develop navigation systems.
SYNTONY GNSS
5 Chemin de Chevrefeuille
31300 Toulouse
France
tel. +33 5 81 31 99 19
e-mail: charlotte.clavieres@syntony.fr
www.syntony-gnss.com

SYNTONY
Headquartered in Toulouse, France, SYNTONY has developed an expertise and a technology in GNSS signals and location systems, in partnership with well-known aerospace leaders.
SYNTONY has become a game changer in the radio navigation industry through a unique combination of two complementary approaches:
- Use of extremely sophisticated and high-grade RF front-end elements
- Software implementation of the digital processing (Software Defined radio) allowing rapid functional iterations and improvements with reduced costs and efforts