How to use satellite data in creating new business

By Johanna Haveri

How to use satellite data in creating new business Our partner Luleå University of Technology is also involved in a project called RIT 2021 which aims to create sustainable growth in the region of Norrbotten, Sweden and enhancing its role as Sweden’s leading space region. This project is working with very similar matters than KvarkenSpaceEco.…

Our first Online Learning Café succeeded well

By Johanna Haveri

Our first Online Learning Café succeeded well On Monday May 25th we arranged our first Learning Café “Boosting your business with space-based data”. Due to the pandemic it was arranged online. Luckily we had time enough to chance the plans and instead of a face-to-face seminar and workshops arrange an online webinar and workshops. The…

Welcome to boost your business with space-based data!

By Johanna Haveri

Welcome to boost your business with space-based data! Welcome to an online Learning Café on Monday, May 25th at 12.30 (Finnish time). The new digital space economy is an internationally growing field of research and development. The possibilities offered by large quantities of data collected from satellites bring interesting new opportunities both for the private…

New satellite image in Mega magazine

By Johanna Haveri

New Issue of Kvarken Space Conversations is out in Mega-Magazine. The latest issue of Mega-Magazine features our second Kvarken Space Conversations image and a short article of wavelengths. For more detailed and interesting background discussion and interesting links, please go to our Kvarken Space Conversations page here.

New Series of Space Images

By Johanna Haveri

New Series of Space Images From now on KvarkenSpaceEco will publish a series of informative images of Kvarken area taken from space. These images will be published once a month in Mega magazine on the Finnish side of Kvarken under the headline “Kvarken Space Conversations”. With these images and short articles we would like to…

We already use space-based data daily

By Johanna Haveri

We already use space-based data daily Our project researcher Antti Kinnunen writes today in the local newspaper how common it it to use space-based data. We don’t usually think from where comes the data to our online maps or direct multinational television broadcasts. Read Antti’s text from here.