We will present solutions for local governments at Dubai World Expo
January 10th we will be attending the "Creating cities of the Future with the Help of Tech-Innovation" seminar at Dubai Expo Estonian Pavilion. The seminar is organized by Tallinn and Tartu, two of the biggest cities in Estonia, both known as digital start-up hubs as well as Estonian green and cultural cities.
AS Datel will present solutions for city planning and monitoring service Sille.Space based on satellite data. Our Development Manager Aimo Kõva and Head of Space Domain Oliver Stimmer will be in Dubai from January 8-15.
Estonian software company AS Datel operates in space to fight natural disaster damages worldwide
Indrek Mäe, Invest in Estonia, Nov 2021
The e-service Sille.space, developed by the Estonian software company AS Datel, operates in space to prevent hidden damages caused by underground digging, faulty constructions, or natural disasters.
The task of the service Sille is easy to detect the sinking or rising of buildings. “The early prevention system based on the European Union’s satellite Sentinel-1 can detect the subsiding or rising of big infrastructural objects such as bridges, airfields, mining areas, and large buildings,” Oliver Stimmer, the Head of Space Domain at Datel, confirmed.
German - Baltic Digital Summit
Our business Development Manager Aimo Kõva, has the privilege of being one of the panelists for the "Sustainable Mobility in a Smart City" discussion at the German-Baltic Digital Summit in München, on October 7. Aimo will talk about smart infrastructure management using satellite data, Sille.space solution.
The second German-Baltic Digital Summit will focus on topics such as e-health, sustainable mobility in a smart city, and cybersecurity.
We present Sille.Space at the ITS World Congress, 11-15 October in Hamburg!
Meet AS Datel and the other ITS ESTONIA companies at the Nordic Pavilion! Oliver Stimmer, Head of Space Domain, will share the benefits of analyzing Terabytes of satellite data in the transport sector.
Datel´s, space-based infrastructure deformation monitoring service Sille.Space uses data from the European Union's satellites and can detect the shifts and subsidence of transport sector infrastructure — such as bridges, roads, railroads, metro systems, ports — with a precision of up to 1 millimeter. This innovative service helps prevent accidents caused by deterioration of infrastructure and, thus, contributes to the public’s general safety.