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ATG Europe will be attending the Space Tech Expo 2021 in Bremen

Oct 28, 2021

Noordwijk, NL – Building on our commitment to the European market, ATG Europe will be exhibiting at the Space Tech Expo in Bremen, Germany on 16th-18th November. 

Located at Booth S40 – ATG Europe’s leadership, engineers and representatives will be available to discuss our solutions for space as key consultants. Our in-house developed technologies and applications will also be showcased, proven successful in supporting a growing client base. 

After a such long period of physical isolation but virtual interactions, we are very pleased to meet again in person with our Customers and Stakeholders to present our latest updates and learn about their potential and achievements”Gian Carlo COLETTA (CEO)  

At our Booth:  
ATG Europe will have its representatives and engineers available at the event. We fill feature our services and solutions from all our Lab’s and you can also meet our recruiters if you are interested in opportunities in our key sectors: Space, Big Science and Defense.  

About our LABs: 

Under the umbrella of SpaceLabs you will meet at Space Tech Expo:  


EngineeringLAB is a talented multi-disciplinary and deeply committed Business Unit part of the SpaceLabs’ division. The business unit is at the forefront of the European Space Industry offering specialised support in technical reviews, high-tech machinery and instrumentation, mechanisms, mechanical design, structural and thermal product development. In the main, we provide our clients and stakeholders with a variety of offerings from customised engineering services to fully engineered solutions and products. 


ATG CompositesLab will be presenting our patented technology of our ultralight high-stiffness lattice and grid-stiffened composite structure. Our technology and product are unmatched in their combination of properties. For suitable small-launchers and satellite applications we are delivering a considerable reduction in both costs and mass while preserving the compliance to requirements. We can achieve this by putting in place a highly efficient patented manufacturing process. The wealth of design and testing experience allows us to develop our products first time right and to achieve more accurate test results. 


ATG MediaLab creates communication products which visually explain complex systems and topics. We specialise in highly realistic three-dimensional animations and visuals.   Our Lab has many years of experience in developing graphic designs and motion graphics in support of two-dimensional visual communication products.

Check out a series of our videos here: 


At ATG VirtualLab, we develop virtual engineering tools that aim to reduce cost and increase efficiency in product and technology development by introducing new interfaces to existing engineering data and processes.  

We virtualise not only complex three-dimensional designs and assemblies but also all underlying project’s data related to the development process. This way we can create a true digital twin in a fully virtual environment, for the user to interact with. This offers increased understanding and insights into the product, and less room for misinterpretations and miscommunications. 

About ATG Europe 

ATG Europe believes innovation is key to maintaining a competitive advantage in a fast-evolving market. We constantly invest in research and innovation to bring disruptive technologies to our clients and accompany them in their path towards technological and economic growth. 

To learn more about ATG EUROPE and our services, please visit 

About Space Tech Expo 

Space Tech Expo Europe is the continent’s major dedicated supply-chain and engineering event for manufacturing, design, test and engineering services for spacecraft, subsystems and space-qualified components taking place in Bremen, Germany. 

The exhibition and conference draw attendance from thousands of industry leaders, decision makers, engineers, specifiers, and buyers to meet manufacturers across the supply chain for commercial, government and military space.

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