POLSA coordinates the participation of representatives of Polish programs of the European Union (EU), the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) and the European Defence Agency (EDA) in the field of space research, space technology and satellite technology.
The priority task of the Polish Space Agency is to provide security of the state and its citizens and to increase Polish defense capabilities through the use of satellite systems.
Polish Space Agency is to facilitate and enable the country administration at central and local government use of products derived through the use of satellite technology such as Earth observation, satellite navigation or telecommunications.
The task of the Polish Space Agency is to contribute to the growth of innovation and competitiveness of Polish companies from the space sector and to encourage effective high-tech sector entities or IT involvement in a technologically new area of economic activity, which the space industry represents.
In the field of space research Polish Space Agency is to actively support Polish scientific institutions and enterprises conducting R & D in the areas of raising funds for scientific research, industrial research and development work on space exploration, and development of space technologies.
Polish Space Agency will conduct educational activities in areas such as space technology, Polish space policy, the participation of Polish entities in space missions and experiments, addressed to all age groups and various communities.
Polish Space Agency (POLSA) was established by the Act of 26 September 2014. The task of the Agency is to support the Polish space industry by combining the world of business and science. We also help to get provision for entrepreneurs in obtaining funds from the European Space Agency (ESA). An important aspect of the Agency's activity is to promote the development of satellite technology that can be used in everyday life, including communication, navigation, environmental monitoring and weather forecasting.
The priority task of the Polish Space Agency is to take care of the security of the country and its citizens and to increase Polish defense capabilities through the use of satellite systems.