The NVR has concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with a number of sister organizations in the Netherlands and abroad. These MOUs contain agreements between the two organizations that provide benefits for the members. Below is an overview of organizations with which an MOU has been concluded:
The Dutch Partners
Space Society Twente
Space Society Twente is a student association for everyone who has an interest in space exploration, astronomy, space engineering and space policy. The two core philosophies of the Space Society Twente are that anyone can be involved in the opportunities and challenges of space engineering, and that space itself needs to become more accessible to research and industry. That binds our societies.
On Wednesday June 30, Space Society Twente’s chairman Egor Tamarin and Ton Marée, chairman of the NVR, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in order to express the will to work together more closely.
We are looking forward to a bright future together!
SpaceNed is the branch organization of the Dutch space companies. In SpaceNed, the Dutch space sector is broadly represented: large and small companies, familiar and new names, industries and knowledge institutions. The members represent approximately 90% of the Dutch space turnover. The NVR and SpaceNed signed a first Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on December 17, 2011.
STICHTING RUIMTEVAART MUSEUM
The Space Museum Foundation (SRM) manages a permanent space exhibition in the National Space Museum (NRM) at Aviodrome in Lelystad. She also has an extensive space travel archive. The NRM organizes a morning presentation on space travel or astronomy every first Saturday of the month. The MoU was signed on November 28, 2014.
LEONARDO DA VINCI
‘Leonardo da Vinci’ is the Aerospace Engineering Study Association of Aerospace Engineering students at Delft University of Technology. The NVR and VSV Leonardo da Vinci concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at our GMM on June 30, 2014.
NED. VERENIGING VOOR LUCHTVAART
De NVvL is een vereniging die een platform biedt voor al diegenen die vanuit hun professie of interesse zijn geïnteresseerd in luchtvaarttechnologie.
De NVR en de NVvL hebben bij onze ALV op 20 juni 2016 een ‘Memorandum of Unders
The NVvL is an association that offers a platform for all those who are interested in aviation technology based on their profession or interest.
The NVR and the NVvL concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at our GMM on 20 June 2016.
tanding’ (MoU) afgesloten.
Sipke Wynia is the Aerospace Engineering Study Association of Aerospace Engineering students at de Hogeschool Inholland in Delft.
The NVR and Sipke Wynia presented a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) at the space symposium of Sipke Wynia on May 18, 2017.
NEDERLANDS INSTITUUT VOOR NAVIGATIE
The NIN is an association that offers the platform for sharing knowledge and making contacts in the world of positioning, navigation and time measurement.
The NVR and the NIN concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) in the summer of 2020.
The Space Generation Advisory Council (SGAC) is a global organization that aims to represent students and young space professionals at the United Nations, space agencies, industry and universities. The MoU was signed at the 2014 IAC in Toronto.
WIA-Europe is committed to expanding women’s leadership opportunities and increasing their visibility in the aerospace sector. Members (m/f) benefit from mentoring programs, awards, grants, training workshops and networking opportunities with professionals through the local WIA-Europe associations. In addition, the regional and central events regularly feature speakers and panel discussions on a wide range of topics relevant to our industry. The MoU was signed at our GMM on June 28, 2017.
BRITISH INTERPLANETARY SOCIETY
Thanks to the Memorandum of Understanding that the NVR signed with the British Interplanetary Society (BIS) during the IAC 2013 in Beijing, we are pleased to announce that NVR members can now attend all BIS lectures and symposia for free (or on the rare occasions for a fee). , for the same rate as BIS members).
CANADIAN SPACE SOCIETY
The Canadian Space Society (CSS) is a Canadian non-profit organization established for professionals and enthusiasts pursuing the human exploration and development of the solar system and beyond. The MoU with CSS was concluded at the 2014 IAC in Toronto.