The Copernicus Masters 2020 is Europe’s leading innovation competition for Earth Observation, searching for outstanding applications, solutions, and services from future-oriented SMEs, startups, universities and individuals in the fields of business, research, and higher education that tackle important challenges faced by business and society. Expedite your submissions for Copernicus Masters until June 30, 2020! Key […]
Satellite Data Hackathon online? Never gonna happen, except now it will! A hackathon has be considered as an event of any duration where people come together and form groups for problem solving. And where the getting-together has been an important source of that special positive energy. The Covid-19 pandemic of the spring 2020 made it […]
Satellite data is a valuable source of information that can be taken as an advantage by many sectors. At present there are use cases in natural hazards management, agriculture, hydrological analysis, monitoring of forests, environmental degradation or transportation sectors. We found out cities do not use so interesting source of information about changes in urban […]
List your Earth Observation (EO) services including Copernicus services in upcoming BalticSatApps catalogue!
We are preparing as part of the BalticSatApps project a comprehensive Service catalogue covering: all Baltic Sea Region (BSR) on all existing and planned future services (started, in progress) on all kind of Earth Observation (EO) data including Copernicus services (www.copernicus.eu). If you would like to list your service(s) in the catalogue, please fill carefully […]
BalticSatApps has since 2017 increased awareness about the data provided by the European Copernicus Programme, improved access to the data, and stimulated demand and innovation through co-creation and iterative development methodologies. Project has also developed Acceleration Programs focusing on Earth Observation business. Now it is time to let the project initiated teams to tell about […]
Training course “Optical and SAR Copernicus data for land applications” held on 19–20 February in Tõravere, Estonia
University of Tartu Tartu Observatory in cooperation with Tartu Science Park hosted a training course “Optical and SAR Copernicus data for land applications” on 19–20 February 2020 in Tõravere, Estonia. The course was condacted by the European Space Agency using the RUS Copernicus resources. RUS Copernicus provided a two-day hands-on training session, where participants accessed […]
EDIT: The event is cancelled, and organizers are finding ways to organize it in due course because of the present state of Coronavirus epidemic. Emphasis is laid on online communications to compensate and get the message forward to the target groups. Thank you for your understanding, and wellbeing to all of you. Take part in […]
Space-enabled business is growing rapidly in Finland. Traditional sectors, such as shipping industry, are transforming with the help of the satellite infrastructure. Newcomers are no longer rocket scientists, but data scientists, who build data driven solutions with deep understanding about customer needs. Interested? Welcome to hear from Cloud Asset, Terramonitor and Zero Gravity about how they have entered the space […]
BalticSatApps SpaceUp Acceleration Program by Turku Science Park starts in March: apply by 26 February!
”In reference to space tech, we are referring to satellite data, satellite navigation or communication. It may also deal with technology transfer from space operations to down-to-earth applications. We also accept ideas directly targeting the space industry, such as building instruments or software for the spaceflights.” Are you ready for space business? At the beginning […]
The second edition of the BalticSatApps SpaceUp Acceleration Program, which is addressed to teams using satellite data, started in the Krakow Technology Park in the end of the year 2019. It’s now in full flow with the five teams that were qualified for the program. Teams will work with mentors and trainers for three months […]