French region Occitanie has all PARSEC focus sectors among their priorities and has a standard process of consulting entrepreneurs and other stakeholders.
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The PARSEC User and Technology Talks are a series of sector-focused discussions targeting to identify the technology needs for each PARSEC sector - energy, food, and environment. The events aim at creating connections between the satellite Earth Observation SME community and potential end users who can benefit from cutting-edge solutions. The events occur every [...]
In November 2020, the PARSEC ecosystem welcomed four experts from the European Global Navigation Satellite Systems Agency (GSA) to speak at an informative webinar entitled “The European Satellite Navigation System: services and applications and what’s in it for remote sensing”. The goal of the webinar was to present insights with regards to the EU [...]
The answer lies in Earth Observation’s extraordinary ability to provide you and your innovation with the bigger picture What can Earth Observation technologies bring to the table to transform your entrepreneurial vision into a real-world success? Here, we explain what “innovation fuelled by Earth Observation” can mean for your business. [...]
We invite you to meet us on Thursday, 10 October 2019, at the Business Incubator Novi Sad to get first-hand practical information about the Open Call 1. Register now, for free, as spots are limited!
On the 20th of September 2019, the PARSEC Accelerator launched its first Open Call for applications. The Accelerator invites all SMEs, start-ups and aspiring founders keen to develop Earth Observation based innovations for the Food, Energy or Environment sectors to apply.
PARSEC is an EU project which aspires to provide start-ups and SMEs with the necessary resources to develop and launch Earth Observation (EO) based products and services into the market. This will be realised through a comprehensive acceleration programme, offering a total of €2.5 Million euro equity-free funding to applicants, alongside coaching, training and market entry support.