The TAMP project was presented from May 9 to 13 2016 at the ESA LPS 2016. It was a good opportunity to show to the ESA constellation the data access and handling features provided by TAMP. You can download the presented poster from here (TAMP_poster_LPS2016)
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!)
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 email@example.com or call +43 664 88504679
Join Stefano Natali at the Big Data for Science 2016 (BiDS16) session on Big Data Impact on Industry (March 15 2015 15:00- 16:40 External hall. Download Natali_105 the extended abstract of the talk.
The TAMP project and platform will be presented at the ESA Living Planet Symposium (LPS16). You can find us out from May 10 to May 12 in the Atmosphere and Climate poster area.
the TAMP project and platform will be presented at the Big Data from Space 2016 (BiDS16) during the “Expolitation Platforms” session on the 16th of march 2016. The presentation’s extended abstract can be downloaded from here.TAMP_BiDS_2016
The TAMP project will be presented at the Sentinel-5 Precursor Validation Team (S5PVT) Workshop then will be held at ESA ESTEC from 29 September to 1 October 2015
The TAMP Project has been presented by Stefano Natali (SISTEMA) at the Advances in Atmospheric Science and Applications (ATMOS) 2015 Conference (Crete, Greece, 8 – 12 June 2015). Get the TAMP_poster here.
The TAMP Project has been presented at the Sentinel 3 for Science Workshop (Venice, Italy, 1 – 5 June 2015) by the Austrian Meteorological Service
SISTEMA at the United Nations/Germany International Conference on Earth Observation – Global solutions for the challenges of sustainable development in societies at risk
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”