Webinar: ‘DIAS, the platforms for open access to Copernicus data & information’

Submitted by Madrid Aerospa… on 18 January 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. 

If you couldn’t attend our free webinars related to the DIAS platforms for open access to Copernicus data & information, don’t worry! You can watch the video below.

In these sessions, D.Sc. Przemysław Kupidura, Associate Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology and expert of the Polish Space Agency and Creotech Instruments S.A., explain us all about these platforms.

Go2Space-HUBs is a European Project to secure the creation and up-scaling of European businesses, offering technology and services in and from the space sector, ensuring value creation and innovation through cross-fertilisation, training, and locally owned through the creation of three  Space Hubs in Coimbra (Portugal), Madrid (Spain) and Tallinn (Estonia), strengthening local entrepreneurship, business ecosystems and networks.

The consortium includes six partners from five different European countries (Belgium, Estonia, Poland, Portugal and Spain) that represent key players in the local and regional start-up ecosystem: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid Aerospace Cluster, Technology Partners, Europe Unlimited, Tehnopol and Instituto Pedro Nunes (IPN).

The project includes a range of new local initiatives for entrepreneurs, start-ups, scale-ups and SMEs, building bridges to EU activities, and designed to secure the creation of new start-ups & to help start-ups and scale-ups grow: incubation & acceleration programs, demos days, innovation days, B2B events, hackathons…

The project is financed by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870370. It has a duration of two years, and an overall budget of 1.1M €.

More information: https://go2space-hubs.eu/

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