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Why work with ESA Broker in Portugal?
In the space sector, IPN is an active member of ESA's Technology Transfer Broker Network supporting the commercialisation of space technology in non-space markets and broadcasting the best and most promising space technologies, developed by companies and academia, enhancing new commercial ventures, licencing agreements and expanding their market outreach.
In addition, with the support of the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Technology (FCT), IPN manages the ESA Business Incubation Centre in Portugal - a programme that supports entrepreneurs and startups up to 5 years old to use a space asset to create innovative businesses in other sectors - and the ESA Ambassador Platform for Satcom & Integrated Applications Promotion, a programme that funds demonstrator and feasibility study projects, supporting the use of satellite communications or a combination of two or more space assets to generate new or improve existing services in non-space markets.
About ESA Broker Portugal - Instituto Pedro Nunes
IPN has more than two decades of experience in innovation and technology transfer and since its creation in 1991 the company has participated in more than 200 R&TD projects in consortia or by contracts with more than 200 companies, some of those outputting patented products.
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