We are glad to announce that Mundi Web Services offered a special gift to all #100PARSEC during a PARSEC training session last week. Each PARSEC first stage winner will get a voucher worth up to €6.000 to use for all Mundi services.
In our commitment to nurture our Open Call 1 winners (100PARSEC) and help them to develop competitive solutions fuelled by Earth Observation (EO), we are organising dedicated training sessions with our partners who are key players in the European EO ecosystem. Alongside the free access to the PARSEC Business Catalysts, these training sessions are one of the ways in which we put into practice our vision of enabling sustainable and strong EO solutions. All five Data and Information Access Services (DIAS), CREODIAS, Mundi, ONDA DIAS, WEKEO, and sobloo, will have a chance to introduce themselves to the #100PARSEC during online sessions. DIAS platforms are cloud-based and provide centralised access to Copernicus data, information and processing tools. They represent an important part of the “Resources Tier” of the EO Platform Ecosystem (read further about the rise of the EO Platform Ecosystem in our “PARSEC Insights” article).
We were happy to have been able to welcome the Copernicus DIAS Mundi last week. Mundi’s representative Erik Dethier, Cloud Consultant in T-systems, and Sebastian Bzymek, Sales Business Developer at Atos, presented their platform and services to the #100PARSEC. At the end of the presentation an extraordinary offer awaited our winners. The speakers announced that Mundi is offering to each one of the #100PARSEC a voucher worth up to €6.000 EUR (with a limitation of €2.000 per month during a period of 3 months), which can be used for all Mundi services. Alongside the voucher, Mundi’s team will support all winners with cloud consultation.
The PARSEC Accelerator would like to thank Mundi for this exceptional offer which is a great support for our SMEs in their journey to scaling up their ideas.
Would you also like to join the PARSEC ecosystem? Our Open Call 2 is launched and is accepting applications until the 20th of June 2020 at 17:00 CET. Read more here.