Aalto Startup Center also runs the European Space Agency’s (ESA) Business Incubation Centre in Finland. It was founded in 2017 to support aspiring innovative entrepreneurs and young ambitious startups financially and technically to reveal their full space potential.
ESA BIC Finland is part of the wide European ESA-BIC network. It welcomes ideas and business models proposing New Space solutions and technologies from positioning and navigation to communications, robotics, nano-satellites, Augmented Reality, autonomous driving, self-navigating and self-flying devices, ships and vehicles, novel materials, Artificial Intelligence, innovations specifically for arctic conditions, gaming, just to mention a few.
To find out more, click here to visit their website where you can apply.