An Open Innovation Event Series

Supported by

The Space2Earth Accelerator 2022

Get ready for lift-off!

In February 2022 Space4Impact will kick-off its first international startup acceleration program to bring the power of satellite data to new markets.

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Program Highlights

Lean Format

The Space2Earth Accelerator is a 4 month program running from February 2022 to June 2022

Matchmaking Events

Startups pitch at 4 events:
#1 Agriculture & Supply Chain
#2 Insurances & Utilities
#3 Sustainable Finance
#4 Closing Event

Open Innovation

Companies presents challenges specific to their industry wich are answered by the statups

Industry Challenges

Discover the innovation potential that space technology holds for your industry

Agriculture

Space technology can support soil monitoring, precision farming, livestock tracking, and weather forecasting for sustainable agriculture

Supply Chain

Space technology can help to improve efficiency and traceability of the supply chain, including air, rail, truck and waterborne transportation

Insurances

Space technology can support valuation, risk estimation and damage assessment caused e.g. through natural hazards, including wildfires, flooding & hurricanes

Utilities

Space technology can be used to monitor infrastructure, manage renewable energy resources, and generate forecasts

Sustainable Finance

Space technology can support the verification of ESG scores by tracking environmental effects of a company's operations

Industry Cohort 2022

Startup Cohort 2022

Timeline 2022

The Space2Earth Accelerator features 3 thematic matchmaking events and a closing conference

Agriculture & Supply Chain

March 16
Vaud, CH

Insurances & Utilities

April 12
Vaud, CH

Sustainable Finance

May 11
London, UK

Closing Conference

June 14
Vaud, CH

Hosted by:

Boards

Advisors

Raphael Conz
State of Vaud
Lan Zuo Gillet
EPFL Innovation Park
Raphael Roettgen
E2MC Ventures
Gregoire Bourban
EPFL
Frederic Dubois
Innovaud
Stephanie Buri
State of Vaud
Jose Achache
ALTYN
Lennig Pedron
Trust Valley

Experts

Gregoire Bourban
EPFL
Raphael Roettgen
E2MC Ventures
Andrea Alberti
PMOD / WRC
Aravind Ravichandran
TerraWatch
Sebastian Straube
ISAR Aerospace
Adela Villanueva
Alkelio
Torsten Kriening
SpaceWatch.Global
Mary Kyle
City of London
Massimo Fiorin
swiss aeropole
William Ricard
PwC
Emmannuelle David
eSpace
Marie Belveyre
Starburst Aerospace
Emmanuel Mondon
Space Cooperative Europe
Christian Schellenberger
Schellenberger Ventures

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EPFL Innovation Park
Building C
1015 Lausanne
Switzerland