ESA BIC to support 4 more start-ups with EUR 50,000

Published: 09.10.2020 Related countries:  Korea (south) Korea (south)

Focusing on satellite communications and drones


The GroundCom, Mobis0ne, Uneeqly and Zaitra startups are now entering the European Space Agency (ESA BIC) incubator in Prague and Brno. They will obtain EUR 50,000 and consulting services from CzechInvest and JIC. Uneegly presents a mobile platform for small and medium-sized businesses that allows them to target offers without the use of personal data, as it replaces them with satellite navigation. GroundCom wants to create a worldwide network of ground stations and thus ensure communication with the Earth and improve the control of received data. Mobis0ne is developing an unmanned aircraft, including a docking station. Zaitra wants to develop a tool based on satellite data to help forest owners prevent the effects of pests or droughts.

Source: CIA News
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