Satellite-based Services for Disaster Risk Management

The workshop "Satellite-based Services for Disaster Risk Management" held on May 25th in Athens, aimed at creating a common understanding among Greek and European stakeholders of what satellite-based services can bring during the disaster management cycle and of how to facilitate the access and use of such solutions at national and regional levels.

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ESA announces winners of the Global Space Markets Challenge

The top three companies in the upstream and downstream categories of the Global Space Markets Challenge have been identified by the delegates in the Agency's online Industrial Policy Evolution Working Group and have now been granted the competition's awards by ESA's Director General Josef Aschbacher.

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Why your company should apply to the Global Space Markets Challenge

The Global Space Markets Challenge is a competition launched by ESA with the support of Eurisy. The Challenge aims at giving visibility to European SMEs which have internationalisation ambitions. The Challenge’s benefits are designed for both the upstream and downstream space sector. Completing the application process only requires a few steps, so there is still time to apply before the end of June!

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ESA competition to springboard SMEs into international markets

Today, ESA together with the operational and technical support of EURISY, launched its Global Space Markets Challenge. This competition is intended to be a springboard into international markets for small promising space-based companies in Europe, specialised in upstream and downstream activities.

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Eurisy as Regional Associate for the Copernicus & Galileo Masters 2020

As a Regional Associate 2020, Eurisy is proud to support the awarding of innovative solutions, developments and ideas that use EO and satellite navigation data to tackle challenges faced by business and society. As a regional associate we are part of the constantly growing EO community as well as the space business ecosystem.

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Disrupt with space!

When it comes to space -- and specifically, to the downstream sector -- can service providers using satellite data be just as agile and user-centric? Space is slow, it is generally assumed. That may be a limiting factor. But we argue that it is not. To the contrary, we believe satellite data-based services can be just as user-centric as any other digital services.

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