si-Cluster welcomes Thales

Athens, 20 June 2018: The si-Cluster welcomes a new industrial member, Thales Hellas, member of Thales Group, a global organisation with 62,000 employees in 56 countries which plays a key role in keeping the public safe and secure, guarding vital infrastructure and protecting national security interests.

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si-Cluster welcomes FMRS

Athens, 18 May 2018: The si-Cluster welcomes a new academic member, the Laboratory Forest Management and Remote Sensing (FMRS/AUTH), with educational and research activities that involve the use of Earth Observation data, Geographic Information Systems, and digital photogrammetry for developing products and services.

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Planetek Hellas delivers to ESA new web tools to exploit the Planck satellite’s Legacy Archive

Athens, 3 April 2018: Planetek Hellas has successfully delivered to the European Space Agency (ESA) the Planck Legacy Archive Added-Value Interface (PLAAVI). The PLAAVI consists of a set of added-value web tools that permit scientists to perform remote processing on the Planck products, which reside physically in the online ESA archive hosted at the European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC), in Madrid.

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si-Cluster welcomes LapUp

Athens, 27th March 2018: The si-Cluster welcomes a new academic member, the Laboratory of Atmospheric Physics of the University of Patras (LapUp), with educational and research activities that include Physics of the Atmosphere, Meteorology, Climatology and Environmental Physics.

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Copernicus Incubation Programme: Now Open for Applications

Earth observation and big data from the Copernicus programme offer unique insights into life on Earth, its environment and people. The Copernicus Incubation Programme launched by the European Commission supports European entrepreneurs and start-ups working with these data to create innovative, commercially viable products and services. This initiative is part of the Copernicus Start-up Programme.

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si-Cluster at Space Tech Expo Europe in Bremen, the "City of Space"

Athens, 26 October 2017: si-Cluster successfully participated at the top European space technology exhibition, the Space Tech Expo Europe, which took place on October 24-26, in Bremen, the German “City of Space” as it is called due to the large concentration of aerospace activity in the region. The Hellenic business mission was organized by si-Cluster, the Hellenic Gold Labeled Cluster in aerospace technology and applications, with the co-ordination of Corallia Clusters Initiative and the collaboration of Enterprise Greece and HASI.

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