EIC Accelerator Info session #2
June 30, 2021

The Go2Space-HUBs project has organized several infodays and workshops about the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator, a key novelty of Horizon Europe which represents the most ambitious innovation initiative that Europe has taken, with a budget of €10 billion for the period 2021-2027. A unique feature of the EIC is that it provides funding for individual companies (mainly startups and SMEs) through both grants and investments.

This video corresponds to the info session #2:

I. The InvestEU Programme
II. Other schemes: EIC Pathfinder, EIC Transition, EIC Prizes,
III. Supporting schemes: EIC Business Acceleration Service, EIC Market Place
IV. Support: National Contact Points (NCPs), Europe Enterprise Network (EEN)

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EIC Accelerator Workshop #2
June 16, 2021

The Go2Space-HUBs project has organized several infodays and workshops about the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator, a key novelty of Horizon Europe which represents the most ambitious innovation initiative that Europe has taken, with a budget of €10 billion for the period 2021-2027. A unique feature of the EIC is that it provides funding for individual companies (mainly startups and SMEs) through both grants and investments.

This video corresponds to the workshop #2:

-Best practices in interview preparation for EIC Accelerator
-Elements of Business Model Canvas
-Storytelling -Pitching
-Tips from Jury Member

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EIC Accelerator Workshop #1
June 2, 2021

The Go2Space-HUBs project has organized several infodays and workshops about the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator, a key novelty of Horizon Europe which represents the most ambitious innovation initiative that Europe has taken, with a budget of €10 billion for the period 2021-2027. A unique feature of the EIC is that it provides funding for individual companies (mainly startups and SMEs) through both grants and investments.

This video corresponds to the workshop #1:
-Best practices in application preparation
-Who is an Evaluator?
-Evaluation process in EIC Accelerator from the Evaluator perspective
-Technology Readiness Level (TRL)
-Disruptive type of innovation
-Define your innovation
-Tips from Evaluators

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EIC Accelerator Info Session #1
May 26, 2021

The Go2Space-HUBs project has organized several infodays and workshops about the European Innovation Council (EIC) Accelerator, a key novelty of Horizon Europe which represents the most ambitious innovation initiative that Europe has taken, with a budget of €10 billion for the period 2021-2027. A unique feature of the EIC is that it provides funding for individual companies (mainly startups and SMEs) through both grants and investments.

This video corresponds to the info session #1:
-What’s new in Horizon Europe for SMEs
-Horizon Europe Scheme, new instruments for SMEs
-EIC Accelerator rules
-EIC Accelerator evaluation process
-What’s new in proposal preparation – the new portal

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Business Modeling
May 27, 2021

Want to learn more about business modelling & which type of business models can be a particular fit for your startup or SME? InnoRate organised and implemented this webinar in cooperation with Go2Space Hubs project.

Beyond the data. The Starling Case
February 2021

Beyond the data. The Starling Case, Ludovic Augé, D Pozo Morillas, A Siegfried. This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

From pixels to solutions
February 2021

From pixels to solutions, Pablo Benjumeda.
This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

Sentinel 2Global Land Cover map of Europe
February 2021

Sentinel 2Global Land Cover map of Europe, Stanislav Lewinski.
This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

AirQast, an H2020 becoming operational
February 2021

AirQast, an H2020 becoming operational, Aytor Naranjo.
This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

From Forest to Space trough ForestMap
February 2021

From Forest to Space trough ForestMap, Nur Algeet.
This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

The voice of Earth Observation Industry
February 2021

The voice of Earth Observation Industry, Emmanuel Pajot.
This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

Sobloo Platform
February 2021

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms.They provide centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

The five DIAS online platforms allow users to discover, manipulate, process and download Copernicus data and information. All DIAS platforms provide access to Copernicus Sentinel data, as well as to the information products from the six operational services of Copernicus, together with cloud-based tools (open source and/or on a pay-per-use basis).

Each of the five competitive platforms also provides access to additional commercial satellite or non-space data sets as well as premium offers in terms of support or priority. Thanks to a single access point for the entire Copernicus data and information, DIAS allows the users to develop and host their own applications in the cloud, while removing the need to download bulky files from several access points and process them locally.

This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

ONDA Platform
February 2021

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms.They provide centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

The five DIAS online platforms allow users to discover, manipulate, process and download Copernicus data and information. All DIAS platforms provide access to Copernicus Sentinel data, as well as to the information products from the six operational services of Copernicus, together with cloud-based tools (open source and/or on a pay-per-use basis).

Each of the five competitive platforms also provides access to additional commercial satellite or non-space data sets as well as premium offers in terms of support or priority. Thanks to a single access point for the entire Copernicus data and information, DIAS allows the users to develop and host their own applications in the cloud, while removing the need to download bulky files from several access points and process them locally.

This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

Mundi WEB SERVICES Platform
February 2021

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms.They provide centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

The five DIAS online platforms allow users to discover, manipulate, process and download Copernicus data and information. All DIAS platforms provide access to Copernicus Sentinel data, as well as to the information products from the six operational services of Copernicus, together with cloud-based tools (open source and/or on a pay-per-use basis).

Each of the five competitive platforms also provides access to additional commercial satellite or non-space data sets as well as premium offers in terms of support or priority. Thanks to a single access point for the entire Copernicus data and information, DIAS allows the users to develop and host their own applications in the cloud, while removing the need to download bulky files from several access points and process them locally.

This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

WEkEO Platform
February 2021

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms.They provide centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

The five DIAS online platforms allow users to discover, manipulate, process and download Copernicus data and information. All DIAS platforms provide access to Copernicus Sentinel data, as well as to the information products from the six operational services of Copernicus, together with cloud-based tools (open source and/or on a pay-per-use basis).

Each of the five competitive platforms also provides access to additional commercial satellite or non-space data sets as well as premium offers in terms of support or priority. Thanks to a single access point for the entire Copernicus data and information, DIAS allows the users to develop and host their own applications in the cloud, while removing the need to download bulky files from several access points and process them locally.

This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

CREODIAS Platform
February 2021

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms.They provide centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

The five DIAS online platforms allow users to discover, manipulate, process and download Copernicus data and information. All DIAS platforms provide access to Copernicus Sentinel data, as well as to the information products from the six operational services of Copernicus, together with cloud-based tools (open source and/or on a pay-per-use basis).

Each of the five competitive platforms also provides access to additional commercial satellite or non-space data sets as well as premium offers in terms of support or priority. Thanks to a single access point for the entire Copernicus data and information, DIAS allows the users to develop and host their own applications in the cloud, while removing the need to download bulky files from several access points and process them locally.

This video is an excerpt from the webinars held during the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

Hackathon – HUB Madrid session #4
February 18, 2021

This video corresponds to the session #4 of the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

Hackathon – HUB Madrid session #3
February 17, 2021

This video corresponds to the session #3 of the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

Hackathon – HUB Madrid session #2
February 16, 2021

This video corresponds to the session #2 of the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

Hackathon – HUB Madrid session #1
February 15, 2021

This video corresponds to the session #1 of the #Go2SpaceHackathon, a week dedicated to the DIAS Platforms and Earth Observation Data, which took place from February 15 to 20, 2021.

DIAS Environment – HUB Tallinn session
February 25, 2021

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms providing centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

This webinar was held by Dr Sc (Eng.) Przemysław Kupidura, Associate Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, expert of the Polish Space Agency and Creotech Instruments SA.

His research ranges across digital image processing, machine learning, and remote sensing imagery applications. Authored several textbooks on mathematical morphology in the processing and analysis of digital images. He has a vast and rich experience as a lecturer and workshop leader and has conducted numerous trainings for various institutional partners, including the European Space Agency (Copernicus Relays). In addition, he is a Co-founder and co-owner of Orbitile, a company that draws upon expert knowledge to put satellite imaging to practical uses in different sectors of industry, agriculture, and others.

DIAS Environment – HUB Madrid session
December 10, 2020

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms providing centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

This webinar was held by Dr Sc (Eng.) Przemysław Kupidura, Associate Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, expert of the Polish Space Agency and Creotech Instruments SA.

His research ranges across digital image processing, machine learning, and remote sensing imagery applications. Authored several textbooks on mathematical morphology in the processing and analysis of digital images. He has a vast and rich experience as a lecturer and workshop leader and has conducted numerous trainings for various institutional partners, including the European Space Agency (Copernicus Relays). In addition, he is a Co-founder and co-owner of Orbitile, a company that draws upon expert knowledge to put satellite imaging to practical uses in different sectors of industry, agriculture, and others.

DIAS Environment – HUB Coimbra session
December 2, 2020

To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms providing centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.

This webinar was held by Dr Sc (Eng.) Przemysław Kupidura, Associate Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, expert of the Polish Space Agency and Creotech Instruments SA.

His research ranges across digital image processing, machine learning, and remote sensing imagery applications. Authored several textbooks on mathematical morphology in the processing and analysis of digital images. He has a vast and rich experience as a lecturer and workshop leader and has conducted numerous trainings for various institutional partners, including the European Space Agency (Copernicus Relays). In addition, he is a Co-founder and co-owner of Orbitile, a company that draws upon expert knowledge to put satellite imaging to practical uses in different sectors of industry, agriculture, and others.

How to prepare your investors pitch
November 25, 2020

Tech Tour Space Investment Programme:
InnoRate organised and implemented this webinar in cooperation with Go2Space Hubs project related to How to prepare your investors pitch

Top reasons for Investment, the team; top reasons for failure, the team
November 19, 2020

Tech Tour Space Investment Programme:
InnoRate organised and implemented this webinar in cooperation with Go2Space Hubs project related to ‘Top reasons for Investment, the team; top reasons for failure, the team’.

Investment Landscape for Space Sector in Europe
November 12, 2020

Tech Tour Space Investment Programme:
InnoRate organised and implemented this webinar in cooperation with Go2Space Hubs project related to ‘Investment Landscape for Space Sector in Europe’

#InnovationDays – HUB Coimbra
July 22, 2020

The Innovation Days bring together entrepreneurial students and local start-ups and businesses with the objective of fostering entrepreneurship opportunities, stimulating collaboration, and encouraging participation in the initiatives of the Go2Space-HUBs project.
The #InnovationDays – HUB Coimbra took place on July 22.