InnORBIT is a capacity building initiative for innovators & innovation intermediaries in Eastern Europe and the Baltics. On 27 June 2022, an information day to take place, and an open call has been launched!
A Latvian company Baltic Satellite Service and Forest Radar, who use machine learning and satellite imagery for advanced forest intelligence, organise a programme/challenge on forest flooding detection in satellite data in Latvia - starting on 20 June 2022.
The European Space Agency organises two webinars on space technologies for seas and oceans: Safety and Security in the Oceans Space (21 June 2022) and for a Greener Maritime Future (23 June 2022)
On 1 June 2022, EUSPA organises the Entrepreneurship Day for European start-ups, scale-ups, SMEs, entrepreneurs, innovators and investors on ways to successfully integrate European space data and solutions into an business idea, start-up or innovation.
Planet's Earth Observation high-frequency, high-resolution satellite data is now available for free for non-commercial use via the EARTHNET program.
As part of Deep Tech Atelier 2022, Latvia is organising ESA Days on 19 and 20 May 2022. Networking opportunities, inspirational talks and practical information on opportunities available in the space sector for everyone!
SPACEtalks 3.0, a space commercialisation conference that will focus on space technology, its on-planet applications and the future of the space industry, will take place on 27 April 2022 in Oxfordshire, UK.
Find out about career opportunities at ESA on 2-5 May 2022 online: for professionals from entry to senior level, online job fair, interaction of ESA HR, in detail about ESA careers.
World's largest Earth observation event, which is held every three years, will take place on 23–27 May 2022 in Bonn, Germany. Register by 9 May 2022.
ESA to create a new centre to provide a European platform for interdisciplinary discussions and research on space economy and commerce. You can apply to become a member!
The EU Agency for Space Programme published the new market report on Earth Observation and Satellite Navigation. The downstream sector is growing: €200 bn in 2021 and €500 bn to reach over the next decade!
Find out more on the six upcoming ESA webinars: careers, Copernicus for Green Deal, education and optical and quantum communication.
RD ALFA Microelectronics is happy to announce that at the end of 2021, it successfully finished the ESA PECS project "Qualification of IC αRD124A for application in ESA missions".
ESA’s YGT Programme offers young graduates the opportunity to gain valuable on-the-job experience in the development and operation of space missions in an international environment. Deadline for applications: 28 February 2022.
GALACTICA supports the creation of innovations in textile, aerospace and advanced manufacturing. SMEs and start-ups can apply for funding of up to €100.000 ("Orbital Projects") or €20.000 ("Pioneer Projects"). Deadline for applications: 30 March 2022.
The ESA Education Office is looking for university students to participate in the online edition of the ESA Academy’s Technology Transfer, Application & Innovation Workshop 2022, which will take place on 9-18 March 2022. Deadline for applications: 19 January 2022.
European Union Agency for the Space Programme (EUSPA) as an EU agency regularly published procurement opportunities. Recently, several calls for tenders have been published and are available also to entities based in Latvia as an EU Member State.
The European Space Agency launched a brand-new entry-level programme for Master’s degree graduates with two to three years of professional experience. This new programme is a unique opportunity to launch your career at ESA and join the future of space in Europe.
The next round of internship opportunities at ESA is now published and opportunities will remain open until 30 November 2021. Internships last from three to six months and opportunities are available in engineering, science, IT, natural/social sciences, business and administration services.
The objective of the competition is to support the development of innovative commercial solutions - such as mobile apps or hardware-based solutions - that are leveraging EU space data from Galileo and/or Copernicus. The new deadline for applications is 3 December 2021.
The first Horizon Europe call managed by EUSPA is now open for submissions. With an overall budget of 32.6 million EUR, the call aims at developing innovative downstream applications that leverage data from the EU Space Programme, namely Galileo, EGNOS, and Copernicus. The deadline for applications is 16 February 2022.
In July 2021, the Ministry of Economics of the Republic of Latvia joined the Copernicus Relays network of the European Commission. As a Copernicus ambassador, the Ministry will continue promoting the Copernicus programme, drive Earth Observation-based innovations and provide information support about the EU Space Programme in Latvia.