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Space Technology Driving Economic Growth
Event: 28 January 2015, University of Strathclyde (Glasgow, UK)

The Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications is hosting an event to bring together industry experts, researchers and business to network and promote space technology and its commercial applications.

Lift to Space
ARTES Applications Workshop: 4-5 February 2015, Geneva (Switzerland)

The next edition of the annual ARTES Applications Workshop 2015 will be hosted within the Lift Conference (Lift15) in Geneva (Switzerland). Register now for ESA special price tickets for Lift to Space.

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Space opportunities for the Marine Industry in the Arctic - Downloads available
Event: Report

A half-day seminar was organised at the Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) in Kumpula, Helsinki on November 25th. The seminar focused on what space data can offer today and in the near future for the Arctic Marine Industry. What are the solutions and benefits space data can provide, e.g. in route optimization and autonomous operations, and what are the funding possibilities.

Satellites help map infectious disease vectors
Showcase: the VECMAP project

In an activity supported by ESA, a software package called VECMAP was developed that uses Satellite Navigation and Earth Observation data to populate an online database, allowing researchers to map high-risk areas. 

ARTES Applications Ambassador Platform for Belgium Launched
News: Launch of Belgium Ambassador Platform

On the 1st of October 2014 the ARTES Applications Ambassador Platform for Belgium was launched in Brussels, Belgium. Nicolas Helssen will be the initial point of contact for Belgian entities seeking detailed information concerning ESA's ARTES Applications Programmes.
Integrated applications on display
News: ESA event

At the ESTEC Open Day, which took place on Sunday 5 October at ESA's Space Research and Technology Centre (ESTEC) in Noordwijk (NL), several noteworthy ARTES-funded integrated application projects were presented to the public. 

Satcoms fast-tracking breast cancer detection
Showcase: the Mercury project

Satellites are linking mobile breast cancer screening units directly to hospitals so that radiologists can start their diagnoses earlier.

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