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SISTEMA at the Atmospheric Composition Validation and Evolution (ACVE) 2016 workshop

On September 8, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

From 18 to 20 Oct 2016 you can find us at the Atmospheric Composition Validation and Evolution (ACVE) 2016 workshop Join us at the demonstration of the TAMP platform on Tuesday Oct 18 from 4.30pm to 5.20pm so you can see the full potentialities of “The Platform” Then the evening after…

Relocation completed!

On June 3, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

We can declare the relocation to the new office completed. You can find us at the following address: SISTEMA GmbH Tiefer Graben 19 / 2 1010 – Vienna, Austria We welcome everybody who wants to pass and say hi and get a free coffee (limited time offer … hurry up!)

Relocation! Contacts in case of failure

On March 30, 2016, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

SISTEMA is currently relocating its office. The new address is: Tiefer Graben 19 / 2, 1010, Vienna, Austria In case old (or even new!) contact info will not work, please send an e-mail to natali@sistema.at or call +43 664 88504679

SISTEMA at the United Nations/Germany International Conference on Earth Observation – Global solutions for the challenges of sustainable development in societies at risk

On May 26, 2015, Posted by , In Uncategorized, With No Comments

SISTEMA participates to the United Nations/Germany International Conference on Earth Observation – Global solutions for the challenges of sustainable development in societies at risk with a talk on “MEA as support tool for global sustainable development challenges”

11 August 1999 Eclipse

On March 19, 2015, Posted by , In Data Exploitation Tools,Uncategorized, With No Comments

This is how METEOSAT saw the Aug. 11 1999 total eclipse (low resolution visible channel from 09:00 to 12:00 UTC; click on the image for a short movie view) The upcoming eclipse on Mar. 20 2015 shall focus more to the north but still quite well visible, with 15 min….