Ann-Christin Uusitalo Eriksson
Manager Business DevelopmentContact Ann-Christin
The National Swedish Space Agency and RISE Research Institutes of Sweden extend their co-operation activities with the common goal to expand the Swedish Space Data Lab for the benefit of the Society. This project is the initial project within the co-operation agreement made by the organizations during 2020.
The Research data centre ICE at RISE acts as host for the Swedish Space Data Lab; initiated 2019 by the four partners National Swedish Space Agency, Luleå University of Technology, AI Sweden and RISE.
In a surrounding with fast changes and with big challenges in development of the society, a long term approach is crucial. RISE and the National Swedish Space Agency are committed to co-operate in research and development of a Swedish hub for space data including infrastructure and analysis methods, to enable the access to space data so that we together can meet the long term challenges of the society. The goal is to strengthen competences and capabilities of Swedish agencies and to improve competitive innovation power of Swedish companies within data exploitation, AI and service development.
The purpose with the Swedish Space Data Lab is to be a part in the ecosystem for analysis of earth observation data. It constitutes the Swedish node in the Collaborative Ground Segment of the European space organization ESA. The purpose of the Swedish Space Data Lab is to develope AI methods for analysis of space data, be a national resource for analysis of space data, enable research in the usage of space data and enable processing of space data in co-operation with Swedish Agencies based on their needs.
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