TalTech Student Satellite "Koit" is out in space!
5th July Soyuz-2.1b rocket carrying student satellite Koit launched from the Vostochny Cosmodrome.
TalTech student satellite project is being implemented by TalTech and DATEL together. Hämarik, our second student satellite, will launch on September 5.
The mission with which the student satellites will be tasked is primarily surveillance of the Earth using dithering and near-infrared cameras. Rauno Gordon, the head of space science at TalTech, explained that in principle detailed colour pictures can be taken of the Earth from space and that the globe can then be mapped using those images.
We’re very proud to announce that we’re now ISO 27001 certified!
Scope of certification: project management, development, implementation, training, maintenance, sales and rent of the solutions and services (including mission-critical) for information systems, information technology, data communication and presentation techniques.
ISO 27001 is the best-known international standard for an information security management system (ISMS). ISO 27001 requires a company to have an information security management system, which means having a documented process for managing sensitive company information, processes, and IT systems.
ITS Estonia delegation with Datel introduced smart city solutions in the ITS Congress in Europe 2019, June 3-6
Intelligent Transport System - ITS Congress in Europe is the largest event entirely dedicated to smart mobility and digitalisation of transport is organised by ERTICO – ITS Europe. ITS Estonia was cooperating with finnish colleagues from ITS Finland, to introduce solutions and products for organisations from public and private sector.
Datel and TalTech have entered into an agreement for the development of image-processing and ground-based software for student satellites.
Datel AS and Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) have entered into an agreement for the development of image-processing and ground-based software for student satellites so as to ensure that the Earth’s surveillance data are mapped correctly.
Datel is supporting TalTech’s Mektory Space Centre with calculation and presentation equipment and both satellites with software.