Space2Waves is the continuation of the SpaceWave project (2018-2019) which successfully developed an internationalization strategy to accelerate the global deployment of Earth Observation (EO) technologies in the Blue Growth sector and to support European SMEs' competitiveness.

During the project 30 European SMEs will have the chance to benefit from preparatory activities to develop new overseas business, take part in matchmaking missions in one of the four target countries as well as follow up actions to maximise collaborations.

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Opportunity for Internationalisation of European SMEs in South Africa; deadline 8th October 2021

Portugal Space together with the AIR Centre is opening the first of four calls to promote the internationalisation of European SMEs developing Copernicus-based products. ...(Read More)

Posted on 2021-09-29 13:04:15 By

Sustainable port management through Copernicus: Space-based IMPRESSIVE platform conference, 27th October 2021, online

Find out how a space-based platform could prevent marine pollution incidents at this IMPRESSIVE conference taking place 27th October 2021 online. ...(Read More)

Posted on 2021-09-24 14:45:44 By

UFO Project launches 2nd call for funding for projects using Smallsat, high altitude platforms or drones

The second UFO project call for proposals is now open. UFO is seeking collaborative projects (of 2 or more SMEs) to develop innovative products and services by integrating new embedded technology solutions in the Small Flying Objects (SFO) area eg Smallsats, Drones and High Altitude Platform systems, to support the six targeted Emerging Industries....(Read More)

Posted on 2021-06-22 13:12:06 By


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