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FabSpace 2.0

Avenue de Tervuren, 168
1150 Brussels, Belgium
https://www.fabspace.eu/

FabSpace is the open-innovation network for geodata-driven innovation – by leveraging Space data in particular, in Universities

Its Work programme topic addressed INSO-4-2015: Innovative schemes for open innovation and science b) Academia- Business/Public/CSO knowledge co-creation Coordination and support action. The FabSpace project aims at making universities open innovation centres for their region and improving their contribution to the socio-economic and environmental performance of societies.

To achieve these general objectives, the FabSpace project offers to concentrate on one research area with high expected socio-economic impact: data-driven innovation, with a particular attention to Earth observation data.

In the six European regions covered by the consortium, partner universities work together with co-located Business Incubation Centres of the European Space Agency (ESA BICs). ESA BICs aim at inspiring entrepreneurs to turn space-connected business ideas into commercial companies, and provide technical expertise and business-development support.

This consortium, completed by TerraNIS – the French company that operates the European Group of Enterprises for a Network of Information Using Space (EUGENIUS) – and IDGEO – provisioning continuous trainings in Geomatics – and the European Business Network (EBN), will be a key success factor for the project.

This project began on March 1st 2016 and will last 3 years. It is under the lead of Univ. Toulouse III – Paul Sabatier (UPS).

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1150 Brussels

Belgium

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