Dr Nathan Vercruyssen, cosine Scientist-Engineer, recently presented at the OpenCalls.Space webinar. This webinar is part of a series focused on Horizon Europe funding calls for the Dutch and European space sector.
cosine recently presented at the OpenCalls.Space webinar. This webinar series is focused on Horizon Europe funding calls for the Dutch and European space sector.
Dr Nathan Vercruyssen provided an introduction to cosine and talked about possible opportunities for consortium collaborations, as well as how our technology, knowledge and services fit with Horizon projects.
cosine is offering the opportunity to use unique hyperspectral data acquired from cosine instruments currently flying in space to validate innovative applications that can be offered to the EU for funding. Additionally, the possibility to upload newly developed Artificial Intelligence algorithms based on visible and thermal data can be made available to any consortium seeking funding to use the unique in-space laboratories cosine operates.
Horizon Europe is the European Union’s (EU) key funding program for research and innovation, with a budget of more than 95 million euros. Organized by the Netherlands Space Office (NSO), in collaboration with the DotSPACE Foundation, this webinar focused on opportunities of Earth Observation data with Copernicus.