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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Registration to the Space Workshop Sept 23-26, Visegrád

Space Workshop organised by HUNSPACE and HUNAGI
The Program and the Registration Form is downloadable by clicking on the header. To be registered, please send the completed Form  to Ms. Melinda Minkó melinda.minko@hunspace.hu  Deadline: September 6, 2010
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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Preliminary Program of the HUNSPACE-HUNAGI Space Workshop





The Danube Bend north of Budapest, where the Workshop site is located. Image: HUNAGI Visuals resource, 2004   
Preliminary Programme of the Space Workshop  organised by HUNSPACE and HUNAGI 
Please note, the primary aim of this workshop is to provide assistance for the Hungarian SMEs to find their way toward ESA/EC projects.

Thursday, August 19, 2010

Space Workshop in Visegrád, Hungary

Now, please find below the pre-preliminary concept of the event (please note, the official preliminary program will be released by HUNSPACE next Wednesday)

Space Workshop  organised by HUNSPACE and HUNAGI 
Please note, the primary aim of this workshop is to provide assistance for the Hungarian SMEs to find their way toward ESA/EC projects based on sharing experiences and lessons learned.
Date: 23-26 September 
Venue: Thermal Hotel, Visegrad. Group room prices are available. For more information please contact Ms. Melinda Minkó, coordinator of HUNSPACE melinda.minko (at) hunspace.hu

Structure and Sessions
Sept 23 
10 am-12 am Opening session with welcome speeches given by high level governmental decision makers, the director of Space Office and  by a Hungarian EP member (tbc).
2 pm -7:30 pm  GI-related business and cooperation opportunities on the European scene. GI means in this context Earth Observation and GNSS supported solutions, applications and services. 
Presentations in the context delivered by any HUNAGI member or  partner organisation highlighting lessons learned and/or   experiences of best practices  could be adequate contribution to the Workshop participants.
Sept 24 Infoday on selected relevant topics for SMEs including ESA's procurement issues, CNES - STAVE  programme, opportunities in FP7 Space as well as in EUMETSAT, GMES (tbc) with international speakers. The session will be closed by highlighting a Hungarian contribution by ADMATIS Ltd.
Sept 25 Awareness & Strategy Workshop for the participants (incl. the Hungarian Aerospace Industry Association and  HUNAGI) orchestrated by the German Company Hildemann & Partners
8:30 am - 7:30 pm
Sept 26 How to write an ESA tender? Workshop orchestrated by the Hungarian SME ADMATIS Ltd.
8 am - 2 pm

Saturday, August 14, 2010

The 71.3 Gigapixel panoramic photograph taken in Hungary

An unprecedented large-scale panoramic digital image was produced by the innovative Hungarian company 360Worldcan recently. The image has been compiled by postprocessing of about 6000 24 Megapixel single photographs which were taken on the highest point of Budapest. Lower picture: you might be impressed by the stunning blow-up capability even in  notebook invironment. Closer look of the water tower on the Margaret Island. Source: http://www.70-billion-pixels-budapest.com/ Screenshots: HUNAGI, 2010

You can access the image at http://www.70-billion-pixels-budapest.com/
For more information please click on the header.
How the product was created: http://vimeo.com/13702685 

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Infoterra Hungary Ltd. applied for HUNAGI membership

Infoterra Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Astrium, Europe's leading space systems and services specialist. Infoterra Ltd, which incorporates Imass Ltd, is part of Spot Infoterra, the Earth Observation Division of Astrium Services.
Infoterra Hungary Ltd. will be introduced here soon. For details and contact please click on the header.

Sunday, August 01, 2010

SDI 2010 Conference

International Spatial Data Infrastructure 2010 Conference
Skopje, September 15-17, 2010
Up-to-date Conference Website:
For further information please contact:
sdiconf2010@gmail.com 
According to the recent feedback of the Organizing Committee, the HUNAGI contribution paper on the role and activities of an National GI Association - the Hungarian case was accepted for oral presentation.