(Innovative Cluster for Radiological and Nuclear Emergencies)
Astri Polska is the first Polish company with 100% of revenues from space business. It is specialized in electronics, optomechatronics, GNSS, Earth observations and satellite technology-based applications (mostly for Crisis Management purposes). From the very beginning Astri Polska is highly focused on creating and delivering integrated services and tools supporting such sectors as crisis and security management (including strong IT security and safety), planning resilience, critical infrastructure protection, personal data protection and continuity planning while always emphasing on safety issues. The company has extensive experience coming from the cooperation with EU projects under 7th FP (PRACTICE, ForLab, D-BOX, EDEN) and Horizon2020 (e-KnoT, C3PO). They were a priceless chance for Astri Polska employees to cooperate with crisis management stakeholders in preparation and organization of several international big-scale trainings, demonstrations and tests, development of effective validation methodologies and dissemination techniques.
Company portfolio includes approx. 50 projects concerning development of space technologies for i.e.: ESA, European Commission (FP7, BONUS, ENIAC, Horizon 2020) and Polish National Centre for Research and Development (NCBiR). It delivers solutions to leading European space programmes, such as: JUICE, MetOp-SG, Sentinel-5, NeoSat, EUCLID. Astri Polska is authorized distributor of Airbus Defence and Space satellite imagery and geoinformation products. It also has ability to develop applications based on EO data and is appointed to Copernicus Relay – an official partner of Copernicus programme in Poland.
Astri Polska is a Joint Venture of Airbus Defence and Space and Space Research Centre of Polish Academy of Sciences (CBK PAN). Since foundation in 2010, the company is growing rapidly, employing approx. 80 people, mostly Polish engineers. Astri Polska activities are in line with priorities of Polish Space Strategy.
Astri Polska (APL) is a leader of the Dissemination Work Package (WP7), with main focus on Task 7.1 Communication Activities and is mainly engaged in preparation of the evaluation methodology, review of gaps in exercises, simulation and trainings and scenarios development.