Unlocking the potential of space technologies and
satellite data across industries
Explore the potential of #spacetech and earn your place on the IoT Tribe Space Endeavour acceleration programme
Space Endeavour Cohort #03
Global commercial revenues from Spacetech amount to USD 280-300 billion but the financial impact spills over into markets as diverse as agriculture, transport and the environment.
The IoT Tribe Space Endeavour is launching its third cohort, starting on the 4th May. For 10 straight weeks, the start-ups will be working to shape their business model and to find new tech applications across different sectors.
Applications have closed for our third cohort. For more information, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The IoT Tribe Space Endeavour Accelerator Programme intends to expand the impact and adoption of European Spacetech by bringing together Space startups, SMEs, entrepreneurs and the IoT ecosystem to increase commercial relevance of the technologies across industrial sectors and accelerate their access to market and/or scaling.
Taking European spacetech, integrated surveillance networks, data from Copernicus, satellites, and micro constellations for secure communication, computer vision from fighter pilots, and integrating into market-ready solutions across verticals.
Successful SMEs, startups and founders will join our intensive 3-month acceleration programme where 10-12 space technology companies, in different stages of maturation but with equal growth ambitions, will have the opportunity to work with a wide range of tech experts, business coaches, mentors and strategic partners to grow their business globally.
What you will achieve
You will have had the opportunity to…
Access the latest in space technologies
Design new technological solutions and commercial models
Reinforce and improve your value proposition
Receive strategic advice from expert mentors
Develop new synergies with other teams and founders
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement no 870480