Events and news from Poland.
The 2017 editions of ESNC and Copernicus Masters were very successful to Polish entrants. This article describes three winners.
It will make the findings of the European space projects available to professionals in the field, interested citizens, journalists and educators. It will also help to form new partnerships, enable funding analysis, identify commercial opportunities that are created by the findings, generate interest in space exploration and science.
Would you like to learn more about climate change or possibilities of use of Earth observation data? If your answer is YES then discover the EO ClimLab Polska fanpage today.
Until the 31st of October technological startups can apply to the second edition of Space3ac accelerator. Qualified companies will receive up to 135 thousand PLN for the development of their technological solutions.
Between the 26th and 27th of May in Gdansk an EOVation event was held. This hackathon focused on the use of Earth Observation data for applications in the Middle East and South Asia.
The Polish Creotech Instruments company presented the new small satellite HyperSat platform.
On February 17th the resolution of the Council of Ministers regarding accepting the Polish Space Strategy was published on the Monitor Polski website.
The new agreement between Poland and the European Space Agency was signed on January 12th in Warsaw. The document was signed by Johann-Dietrich Wörner, Director General of ESA, and Mateusz Morawiecki, Deputy Prime Minister of the Polish Government.
Current state of Polish space sector has been described in a new “Reaching for the stars” brochure published by Polish Ministry of Development and Polish Agency for Enterprise Development (PARP).
This year, Polish regional edition of the Galileo Masters competition has been won by an aircraft anti-collision project. Awards were also given to a real estate market application and a maritime sports solution.