SuperVision Earth were part of a shortlist of startups competing at the 190 Unicorn Battle on March 4, 2020. This investment competition series takes place in over 50 cities worldwide, with a chance for the winner to make their pitch at the cup finals in Silicon Valley. Our pitch received great feedback from the judging panel of Venture Capital experts and investors.
At the 13th IHK Darmstadt Gründer-Talk event for founders, SuperVision Earth were among three companies to present a report about our experiences as a startup. Following an informative lecture with advice for startups about business process digitisation by Armin Domesle from RKW Hessen, we gave a short business report on stage to the audience with the opportunity for feedback, exchange and networking.
At the European Gas Conference 2020 in Vienna we attended keynotes and sessions to learn about the current and future status of the European gas industry. We were updated about the effects and impact of different markets, exports, prices and decarbonisation on the gas market and had the opportunity to interact with companies from the energy industry.
SuperVision Earth were invited to European Space Week 2019 in Helsinki as a Copernicus Masters finalist. This event brings together participants from all European Union space programmes. Our CEO, Louis, was there to see the latest innovations when it comes to space and earth observation in Europe. He appreciated the chance to connect with competition finalists, share experiences with other startups, meet the space application user community, and attend the “Space Oscars”.
It is finally official. We signed our contract with the ESA BIC Hessen & Baden-Württemberg as their startup number 100. We are more than happy and convinced that we can bring this project to great success together. For more information, visit the website of cesah.
Today is our first official day in the EXIST program. We are looking forward to the next year where we will work together with our mentor Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dorota Iwaszczuk from the Institute of Geodesy at the TU Darmstadt to further improve our services. We also want to thank the people from HIGHEST who managed our application for the EXIST program and lead it to success. Let us all have a productive year together!
SuperVision Earth is one of the three finalists in the Copernicus Masters “Planet Daily Change Challenge” sponsored by Planet. Find more information on the official Planet website.
We are proud to be present at the Intergeo Stuttgart with our own booth today. This is a great opportunity to share our vision of improving pipeline safety with a broad audience. But this booth also marks the end of an era for us: It is part of the closing bootcamp of the Copernicus Accelerator program, that helped us through our first year as a startup. We are thankful for the support we got and are now eager to take the next steps into our future.