In a new video for TESAT-SpaceCom, we portray the pioneering and innovative ways they are providing a new data network in space, based on laser communication. With the aim of mesmerising audiences, we used the latest in visual illustration techniques to deliver a fast-paced and dynamic representation of TESAT’s capabilities.
For ESA’s European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) we produced several short, dynamic videos to capture the unique experience of doing a post-doc at the Centre close to Madrid. The aim is to attract young astronomers to join ESA’s research fellowship programme.
During April 2018, Copernicus and its services implemented by ECMWF were hosted at a high-level event at the European Parliament in Brussels. Design & Data worked with Copernicus ECMWF in the organisation of the event and to develop a number of media-related materials to communicate the impact and benefits for service users and European citizens.
On 6 June, German ESA Astronaut Alexander Gerst will launch from the Baikonur cosmodrome to begin his ‘Horizons’ mission where he will become the first German commander of the International Space Station (ISS). Design & Data supported ESA’s livestream of his last news conference in Europe before his second launch into space.
Design & Data successfully supported the livestreaming of the celebration event for the 10th anniversary of the Columbus laboratory and the launch of the first Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV). A two-part video of the event is available to watch on Livestream.com.
Following the great success of the first INNOspace Weekend, we are pleased to show the highlights through a new video about the startup event and a summary report. The high-energy and dynamic event provided an international mix of participants with the tools they needed to initiate their own startup idea.
In a new video animation for SpaceTec Partners we demonstrate their Horizon 2020 EU research and development project called ‘ONION’. Aimed at stakeholders of the project the produced visuals give an objective overview of the consortium’s proposed concept – to optimise the use of Copernicus through an innovative use of networked satellite systems. The proposed outcomes of the solution are described in simple terminology.