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AZO specialises in building and maintaining innovation networks that enable it to support product innovations and company foundations focused on space technologies and infrastructures.
Rockstart launched in 2011 in Amsterdam as one of Europe’s first startup accelerators. Today, Rockstart is an international company that supports and empowers the best startups on their way to success across four domains: Energy, Health, AgriFood, and Emerging technologies. They provide startups with access to the capital, market, community, and expertise by connecting them to partners, investors, mentors and the wider Rockstart network.
INiTS is the university business incubator of the town of Vienna, designed to improve the rate of success of Research / Technology / Innovation related start-up projects, by de-risking by Market- and Technology Readiness. INiTS supports entrepreneurs to conceive, launch and grow their business over the whole innovation cycle from idea to market and further on.
EBN is a network of around 150 quality-certified EU|BICs (business and innovation centres) and 70 other organisations that support the development and growth of innovative entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs
The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) is the European organization which –on a non-profit basis– promotes the use of Earth Observation (EO) technology and especially the companies in Europe which offer EO-related products and services.
The Copernicus Start-Up Programme.
The Copernicus Accelerator is your opportunity to turn ground-breaking ideas into commercial solutions. This extensive coaching programme supports Europe’s most promising start-ups using Copernicus Earth Observation data.
The Copernicus Hackathon Programme, financed by the European Commission, will bring together developers, entrepreneurs and topic-specific experts to develop new applications based on Copernicus Earth observation (EO) data and services.
The Copernicus Masters is an international competition that awards prizes to innovative solutions, developments and ideas for business and society based on Earth observation data. Big data produced by Earth observation holds huge potential.
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