Datel and Tecnatom presented the early warning system Sille at the World Nuclear Exhibition
At the 2018 World Nuclear Exhibition Datel and Tecnatom were the first to present satellite radar based acquisition, analysis, and action (A3) to monitor nuclear facilities globally.
Datel and Tecnatom signed a collaboration agreement
Datel and the Spanish engineering company Tecnatom signed a collaboration agreement to provide advanced technological solutions. Complementary skills will allow both companies to provide solutions with high technological content using satellites.
Saint Lucia to adopt Datel early warning system
During a meeting in Tallinn on Tuesday 29 May, Prime Minister Allen Michael Chastanet of Saint Lucia and Chairman of the Management Board of Datel, Urmas Kõlli, reached an agreement that will see the Caribbean island nation start using the company’s innovative satellite data-based early warning system Sille this summer.
20 apps that are using Copernicus data
20 apps that are using Copernicus data including the early warning system Sille, developed by Datel. Sille can detect the shifts and subsidence of infrastructure such as bridges, pipelines, port areas, mines and large buildings with a precision of up to 1 mm.