The Launch of TalTech student satellite Hämarik has been postponed due weather
The Launch of the Vega rocket with the student satellite Hämarik (Twilight) from French Guiana has been postponed because of high winds at high altitudes. The earliest launch opportunity is August, 17th.
Hämarik is the second of two student satellites that the TalTech - Tallinn University of Technology, in cooperation with DATEL, will launch into orbit. The Koit (Dawn) satellite launched on July 5 last year with a rocket from Russia.
Datel will upgrade the local area cabling of more than 160 schools
As a result of the public procurement, HITSA- Estonian Information Technology Foundation of Education, signed framework agreements with 5 companies including Datel.
For almost 30 years, Datel has furnished classrooms and meeting rooms all over Estonia with presentation tools and computer equipment. This time we are upgrading the local area cabling of more than 160 schools.
The project will run until the end of 2022.
Our team attended EUvsVirus Hackathon
Last week we formed a team across Europe for the EUvsVirus hackathon, our international team developed two products based on InSAR processing.
The European Commission, led by the European Innovation Council and in close collaboration with the EU member states, hosted this pan-European EUvsVirus hackathon to connect civil society, innovators, partners and investors across Europe in order to develop innovative solutions for coronavirus-related challenges.
Datel offered Croatia assistance in identifying post-earthquake damage and risk assessment
On 22 March 2020 a 5.3 magnitude earthquake hit Zagreb, Croatia, with an epicenter 2 kilometres southwest of Kašina and 7 kilometres north of Zagreb city centre. Datel offered Croatia assistance in identifying post-earthquake damage and risk assessment.
Infrastructure monitoring servise based on satellite data, Sille analyze ,enables to detect building and infrastructure deformation using remote sensing satellites to find damaged and hazardous objects, that could be dangerous. Before the earthquake the system can detect building and infrastructures that are structurally deficient, thus have a great probability to collapse or fracture. After the earthquake, the system can detect buildings and infrastructure that was damaged the most, and the rescue crew can focus their attention first to the most damaged objects, saving time and money.