The four winners of ESA’s Startup competition are using space to solve problems on Earth. Each startup company presented their business proposals to delegates online at ESA’s Industrial Policy Committee meeting on 29 June.
Hawa Dawa has been granted further support by the European Space Agency (ESA) for the work in the satellite data downscaling space, bringing greater transparency to urban air pollution monitoring and management. The Hawa Dawa team is currently mid-way through a successful, fully funded project to help demo, refine and identify new customers in the areas of traffic management, urban planning and healthcare for satellite-enhanced advanced air quality modelling and prognosis services. The current initiative builds on work initiated via support and funding from the ESA-BIC Bavaria program with an additional focus on business and social impact applications. Read more
The AZO Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen, an international networking and branding company for European space programmes, featured Hawa Dawa as “Innovator of the Month”.
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