- Written by Md Bayzidul Islam
In the recent era, earth observation data and digital application development is the most promising field of innovation. The FabSpace Darmstadt team is also working hard to make things happen in a digital form by incorporation satellite imagery and geo-information. In this
In the first day, participants
In the next day, the technical discussion was little deeper in the field of radar polarimetry at the laboratory. It is introduced to the participants the principles of different radar systems of
In the conclusion, participants were examined by oral presentation and their performance in the exercises. The conceptual understandings and the opportunities of using radar remote sensing
Nevertheless, FabSpace Darmstadt with all other FabSpaces in Europe continuously energizing young enthusiast for geo-data driven innovation and the Open Day was a part of it. To join any event and to follow FabSpace activity, please look at the following websites.
- Written by Sascha Heising
FabSpace Darmstadt had a great Opening of their first Startup week. OB Mr. Jochen Partsch was the special guest.
On Monday, 26.06.2017, the FabSpace team of Darmstadt launched its major Innovation Event (IE) for 2017. The Startup week was being planned for almost half a year ago and was kicked off at the booth of Software AG during CeBit 2017 together with the federal ministry of economic affairs, Brigitte Zypries and the former German ESA astronaut Thomas Reiter. Software AG is also supporting and sponsoring a special prize as
The Opening day of the Startup Week was a big success with more than 50 attendees during the entire day.
The team of FabSpace Darmstadt organized an interactive exhibition together with several presentations and a relaxing lounge to create a unique startup atmosphere. The modern and purist auditorium of the TU Darmstadt Campus was used to host the first day.
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The Mayor of Darmstadt, Jochen Partsch during his speech at FabSpace 2.0 Darmstadt Startup week 2017. (
After the speech of Mr. Jochen Partsch, Prof. Becker and Dr. Zimmermann (both FabSpace 2.0) was also gave
Prof. Matthias Becker talked about the benefits of the FabSpace for the university. (
Dr. Frank Zimmermann welcomed everybody in the name of
In his Keynote Mr. Linke was trying to draw the big picture to give impressive examples of what earth observation can do. Of course, he focused also on the various benefits of the Copernicus program and data from the Sentinel satellites.
Michael Linke during his speech highlighting the importance of Copernicus program and Sentinel data. (
The organization of the program in the open hall during lecture time was allowing students to stop by and have a look, which was also very interactive. After lunch, the event continued in its innovative structure with networking at booths of the sponsors and parallel interaction in live presentations.
Lothar Schüller from EUMETSAT (
“The interest of the participating students was impressive, both on data and services from EUMETSAT but also on EUMETSAT as a working place for their future”, describes Lothar Schüller from EUMETSAT about the atmosphere of the first day. You can also watch the video of the first day to see some highlights.
Please watch the video of the first day to see some highlights.
The fruitful atmosphere of the opening event of the FabSpace 2.0 Darmstadt Startup week 2017. (