This first year has proved that Estonia is a valuable member of the European space community.
“Six high-tech companies with global potential have already
joined the incubation during the first year. They have created
19 new jobs and show good growth in turnover," explains ESA BIC
Estonia manager and Tartu Science Park board member Andrus
The fact that ESA BIC Estonia has achieved one-third of the
5-year year goal in less than a year, shows that the several
studies and technology audits which demonstrated the country’s
exceptional space capabilities and the potential for developing
services and applications from space-related technologies have
We thank our cooperation partners, supporters and ambitious
incubatees for this amazing first year. With your support and
endowment, we will achieve much more in 5 years!
Spaceit - made a maine stage pitch at
Artic15 and their mission control software solution users can
choose StellarStation as a ready-made ground station network.
Golbriak Space - 2017 winner of
Copernicus Masters Award, 2018 winner of INNOspace Masters
Airbus challenge and a satellite launch is scheduled in June
Powerup Fuel Cells - winner of Å Pitch
competition at theSHIFT and in progress of negotiations with
ESA to use their patent portfolio. They have also launched a
design contest for their solution.
Hepta Group - drone testing in BCN
Drone Center and SESAR U-space demonstrations to showcase the
readiness of U-space services to manage a broad range of drone
operations and related services and their interaction with
CrystalSpace - has developed a
prototype soon to be tested in Germany and gained valuable
contacts at Industry Space Days in Noordwijk
KappaZeta - signed a long-term
contract with Estonian Paying agency to build the first
nation-wide grassland mowing detection system and launched
pilots in Denmark and Sweden.
Read more: ESA business incubation centre Estonia
In Tallinn incubation services are provided by the
Tehnopol Science Park, and the City of Tallinn provides funding