• Startech 2019: it’s pitching time!
    After a few weeks of intensive work, our four groups of Master 2 Industrial Project Management students finally completed their business model as part of the Startech program, and supported it before a jury of professionals on Tuesday 10 December 2019. Thank you to the jury: Stéphane Lebrun, CEO of INNOPSYS, Ghislain Demonda, manager of BARRE LAFORGUE & Associés, Geoffroy LABROUCHE, co-head of the M2 MPI and Mothe Josiane, head of the FabSpace in Toulouse. You will soon find the videos on our YouTube channel! #spatial #entrepreneurship #toulouse #fablab The Startech programme offers master’s students in science and applied science the opportunity to discover entrepreneurship through practice. The objective of the program is to stimulate students’ interest in entrepreneurship and at the very least to provide them with a better knowledge of the process of entrepreneurship that could benefit their future careers. Would you like to offer this program as a separate module in your academic training? As an option? In intensive format? Contac us!
  • Visit of L1 CMI students from Paul Sabatier University
    This morning (Nov 26, 2019), Josiane Mothe presented the FabSpace 2.0 project to L1 CMI students at P. Sabatier University as part of their visit to the IRIT (Institut de Recherche en Informatique de Toulouse) laboratory. #fablab #innovation #spatial #toulouse
  • Join the UNOSAT Challenge
    Phi-Unet is thrilled to launch a premium challenge sponsored by ESA, in partnership with UNOSAT (United Nations) and with the technical advisory of CERN openlab. UNOSAT Challenge is a unique opportunity for students to compete for ESA, UNOSAT and CERN openlab in one shot and: Prove their talent to this prestigious committee of experts Get exposure on their social media channels  Use RUS Virtual Machines Win a monetary prize …and, last but not least, work on a humanitarian goal.
  • Our results applauded by Europe
    The entire Toulouse FabSpace team is delighted to share with you the final assessment of the European Commission experts on the results of FabSpace 2.0: « The project has produced exceptional results with significant immediate or potential impact. » The results of our actions can be found on the CORDIS European Research Results website.   They’re talking about us! Le Booster Nova : Les données spatiales pour les nuls et FabSpace 2.0 : pour prendre en main les données La Tribune – 3 février 2017 : Un FabSpace pour encourager les startups toulousaines des données spatiales La Dépêche – 7 février 2017 : Des images satellites de la Terre mises à disposition des créateurs de start-up toulousains Le CNES – 28 avril 2017 : HackOnEarth: le hackathon de FabSpace à ne pas rater ! Copernicus – 7 septembre 2017 : Join the FabSpace 2.0 network! Merck Group – 18 octobre 2017 : Space2Health Hackathon 2017 L’ENSEIRB-MATMECA – 8 février 2018 : L’ENSEIRB-MATMECA rejoint le réseau FabSpace 2.0 « Telecom Bretagne » – 28 février 2018 : La Bretagne rejoint le réseau

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