From Monday March 13 till Friday March 17, the Master of Product Development of the University of Antwerp organizes the INNOVATION WORKSHOPS for the graduating Masterstudents of the programs: PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT (University of Antwerp) and PRODUCT DESIGN (Luca School of arts - Genk)
Companies from various sectors face us with their future challenges.The teams of students take on the creative challenge of translating the themes to future product concepts.They creatively explore new features and formulate a new vision for the business or products of a company.
Also the exchange of views and ideas between the industrial partners leads to a cross-fertilization beyond normal thinking patterns.
The results of previous years were, in any way a success with a range of product ideas and business concepts for more than 50 companies on diverse themes.
This year Verhaert New Products & Services made a connection between Innovation Workshops and Flemish companies in the aerospace sector.
Verhaert is the Belgian partner for ESA’s (European Space Agency) Technology Transfer Programme Office (TTPO) with the mission to help companies and entrepreneurs to innovate and create new products and business based on space technology. (www.spacetechnology.be)
So “Space 4 Earth“ became the theme for Innovation Workshops 2017; how to create future concepts, applications or products starting from space know-how & technologies.
Many existing technologies and innovations have their origins in space. Examples include telecommunications, meteorology and navigation, which have taken a relevant place in our daily lives. With high-end technologies, knowledge and applications aerospace will remain a bottomless source of inspiration for innovation.
This event is fully supported by BlueSpace, the new consortium made up of Verhaert, imec and VITO to support entrepreneurs in their activities to innovate with space technologies.
Antwerp, 26 October 2016 – Today Antwerp Space has officially opened its new clean room, in the presence of Belgian State Secretary for Science Policy Elke Sleurs and Mayor of Antwerp Bart De Wever. In this ultra-modern, secured work space the Antwerp based company will be making components for prestigious international space projects.» Read more
Antwerp Space N.V., a subsidiary of the listed space and technology group OHB SE (Prime Standard, ISIN: DE0005936124), signed a contract with ESA for supplying the instrument called LaRa (Lander Radioscience) to fly to Mars on board the ExoMars 2020 mission.» Read more
Antwerp Space, a subsidiary of german-based and listed technology group OHB SE (ISIN DE0005936124) has been awarded a contract for the delivery of the JUICE Spacecraft’s Communication Subsystem. JUICE (JUpiter ICy moons Explorer) is the first large-class mission in the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Cosmic Vision 2015-2025 programme.» Read more
Op basis van een analyse van alle bedrijven uit de Trends Top 100.000, waarbij gekeken werd naar de groei van de omzet, het personeelsbestand en de cashflow ... werd Antwerp Space genomineerd voor de Trends Gazellen 2016 in de provincie Antwerpen in de categorie Middelgrote Ondernemingen.
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From Friday the 20th till Sunday the 22th of November 2015, a new edition of the Vlaamse Ruimtevaartdagen will take place in the Brabanthal in Leuven. It's organized by the VRI (Vlaamse Ruimtevaartindustrie VZW), a non profit organization of Flemish companies, research centers and educational institutions with activities in space. As member of the VRI, Antwerp Space will participate in this event to demonstrate his knowledge and skills based on concrete applications and achievements.
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Antwerp Space was awarded a contract for approx. EUR 9 million by Airbus Defence & Space, Bremen, for the development of a new-generation EGSE (Electrical Ground Support Equipment) supporting the European Service Module (ESM) of the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle (MPCV).» Read more
Antwerp Space has been awarded a contract by the UK subsidiary of MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd. (MDA) for the supply of equipment as part of the development and construction of a Ka band data relay terminal flight model (ColKa). ColKA will be used on the ESA Columbus module of the International Space Station (ISS).» Read more
Antwerp, July 15, 2014. Antwerp Space NV, a subsidiary of OHB AG (ISIN: DE0005936124, Prime Standard) successfully delivered 2 Omnisat equipments to two institutional customers in China.» Read more