European SpaceTech Ecosystem
This report provides a comprehensive overview of the European space ecosystem. It identifies the most active and promising disruptors and - following a surge in investment activity - provides an assessment of where the smart money is likely to go next.
The role of Space on Earth
The role of space in driving sustainability, security, and development on Earth: A new report reveals five actions that leaders can take to contribute to economic development, advance global security and sustainability, and make space a safe and globally accessible domain.
ESA and Einstein Industries Ventures sign collaboration agreement
One of the main goals of ESA’s Commercialisation department is to mobilise a pool of influential financial market participants to develop and integrate informed space investment decision-making capacity in the space domain thereby increasing and facilitating access to finance for European space companies.
How space helps connect everyone everywhere
Staying in touch with each another always, no matter whereabouts on Earth, is crucial for everything from driverless cars to remote healthcare, electronically enabled commerce, tele-education and remote working.
Space to boost secure sustainable energy supplies
Space applications, technologies and data are ready to accelerate the green transformation of the energy industry.
Managing Solar Energy with Satellite based Earth Observation
With Russia-Ukraine conflict and uncertain oil/gas supply, the EU aims to reduce energy dependence on Russia. Utilising solar energy and VHR satellite imagery can efficiently select energy sites and manage infrastructure, aiding the transition to clean energy.
Sustainable connectivity in space
The world’s first mission to remove several small telecommunications satellites from orbit once they reach the end of their operational service is about to start building and testing its prototype spacecraft.
Monitoring fluctuating forest carbon from space
Restoring and expanding forests help countries remove carbon and achieve net zero. Reliable information for tracking changes in forest cover and carbon stocks is now available for policy-makers and scientists.
Observing Weather and Climate from the Ground and in Space
Monitoring weather and climate is vital to understand atmospheric conditions, predict hazards, track trends, and make informed decisions for climate change mitigation and adaptation.
New Space made in Germany
New Space makes our economy and society more sustainable, digital, and innovative. The space gap between Europe and the USA and China is growing. Germany needs more courage, enthusiasm, and a political agenda to be at the forefront of NewSpace.
Söder visits MT Aerospace
On February 3, 2020, the Dr. Markus Söder visited MT Aerospace AG. He was welcomed by Hans Steininger, CEO of MT Aerospace AG, and Marco Fuchs, CEO of OHB SE. The central theme of the visit was MT Aerospace AG’s future prospects following the resolutions passed at the ESA Council of Ministers Space19+ conference, as well as New Space strategies for expanding Bavarian leadership in Germany and Europe.
Mapping Methane with VHR SWIR Imagery
Methane, a potent greenhouse gas, is increasing in the atmosphere. Monitoring and controlling industrial emissions, especially from oil and gas, is crucial. Remote sensing and VHR multispectral satellite imagery enhance detection accuracy.
The Africa Round Table
New Space in Africa and Europe
Leago Stella Takalani, CEO and founder of the South African company Luvhone Engineering and Christoph Keese, General Partner at Einstein Industries Ventures, about New Space, orientation, potential and market opportunities in Africa and Europe.
COP27 draws attention to the “vital importance” of Earth observation data
COP27 highlights the importance of Earth observation data for climate action. The Sharm el Sheikh Implementation Plan emphasizes filling gaps, enhancing coordination, and providing actionable climate information.
Heinrich Hertz to be aboard Ariane 5
On 14 December 2017 at the DLR Space Administration in Bonn, Marco Fuchs, Chairman of OHB System AG, and Stéphane Israël, CEO of Arianespace, signed the contract for the launch of the German communications satellite Heinrich Hertz aboard a European Ariane 5 rocket. The launch is scheduled to take place sometime between mid-2021 and the end of 2022
New Space zieht Investoren ins All
Der weltweit rund 390 Mrd. Euro schwere Markt für Raumfahrt steht vor einem Boom. Auch in Europa wächst die Zahl innovativer New-Space-Unternehmen, die Finanzierung benötigen. Einstein Industries Ventures hofft daher mit einem neuen Fonds auf das genau richtige Timing.
Monitoring of the ozone layer
The ozone layer shields Earth from harmful UV radiation. Human emissions of ozone-depleting substances damaged it, causing the Antarctic ozone hole. The Montreal Protocol reduced these emissions, aiding ozone layer recovery. CAMS monitors ozone layer through satellite data and models.
Was der neue Aufbruch zum Mond bedeutet
This an episode for everyone interested in lunar travel, spaceships, and rockets. And for all those who, like Stefan Brieschenk, believe that man should take his civilization beyond the Earth into space.
Startup Insider Daily
Einstein Industries Ventures vorgestellt
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300 Millionen Euro Risikokapital für Raumfahrt startups
Der neue deutsche Risikokapitalgeber Einstein Industries Ventures will in junge Raumfahrtunternehmen investieren, um diese auf einen Wachstumskurs zu bringen. Dabei wolle man Start-ups aus Europa fördern.