The Polish Space Agency is ready to earmark PLN 248.5 million to the development of the space sector by 2021. Participation in the SpaceTech project while the university is one of the ways of entering the sector. Little wonder there is quite an interest in it.
The 4th Meetup for space enthusiasts in Kraków was organised around the slogan SpaceTech Made in Poland.
The SpaceTech sector is what businesses ever more often perceive as a significant opportunity for the Polish industry. Polish scientists and engineers make their contribution to the construction of new satellites, rover vehicles, and specialist software. Thanks to the Polish contribution to the European Space Agency, businesses have an opportunity to sign contracts for development technologies to the technological readiness level, and to use them in ESA space missions and other commercial projects.
-Jarosław Chojnacki, project manager at the Kraków Technology Park said.
Jarosław Chojnacki, project manager at the Kraków Technology Park
Maciej Misiura, director of the National Space Programme Department at the Polish Space Agency
Witold Witkowicz, the managing director of ICEYE Polska
Inna Uwarowa, manager of PW-Sat2 project
“It is not easy to start your adventure with the space sector, which is why we encourage people eager to learn in this area to create applications that make use of the free satellite data from Copernicus system. With such people in mind the Kraków Technology Park conducts the SpaceUP BSA acceleration programme, whose second edition will be held this autumn. More details soon to be published on: www.balticsatapps.pl
Jarosław Chojnacki encourages.
specjalista ds. promocji at Krakowski Park Technologiczny