EagleEye arrived to the Space Force base in California

The largest and most advanced Polish satellite will undergo final functional tests before integration with the Falcon 9 rocket. The satellite's launch is scheduled for mid-year. Launch date will be announced at a later time by the launch service provider, SpaceX.

Recruitment for the PCI Grant Program is ongoing

Call for applications is underway for the Podkarpackie Innovation Center Grant Program, which supports research and development work of scientific units in the region. Competition documentation and access to the application system are available at www.

KP Lab's Leopard DPU is going to ISS

Experiment "LeopardISS" will be part of the Polish mission to the International Space Station scheduled for early 2025. Leopard Data Processing Unit (DPU) will operate directly from the ISS, testing AI and machine learning algorithms in real space conditions.

 

 

Easter wishes

Thank you for your cooperation. 
 Joy, prosperity and what you need right now 
 wish Members of the Space Technology Cluster.

PCI's Deeptech Accelerator takes off

Up to PLN 400 thousand in funding for young startups! The project is implemented with funds from the European Funds for Modern Economy program. On March 13, an informational meeting was held at the PCI headquarters.

Extremo Tech among NCBR-NAP winners

The National Center for Research and Development has selected 10 companies to participate in accelerators in Nevada and California. Now the opportunity has opened up for them to make their mark on the US and global markets.

 

 

SMW Legal webinar on R&D tax credits

Kamil Stolarski answered the questions: Is it worth implementing tax credits? What tax credits can R&D entities benefit from? What data should be collected to know if one is eligible for tax credits? Where to start in the process of implementing tax credits? 

RARR inaugurated the Start in... project

The project aims to support innovative ventures and the development of entrepreneurship in the macro-region of Eastern Poland. The inaugural conference was held on February 28 at the Aeropolis Science and Technology Park in Jasionka.

Work on Polish space law will resume

The Space Technology Cluster has representatives in the working group on the Space Activities Law. We are pleased that the work is to be resumed.

 

 

PIAP Space in ESA's ARGONAUT mission

PIAPSpace will develop a prototype (breadboard) of a robotic arm for the European Space Agency - ESA's lunar delivery mission ARGONAUT. The name of the mission is also the name of a versatile lunar lander.

Cluster at SATSDIFACTION workshop

Co-fund by the Interreg EU programme, SATSDIFACTION project aims at promoting evidence-based governance by using satellite data in local and regional spatial data infrastructures. The Cluster was represented by Noemi Zabari, CEO of Astroteq.

 

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