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2018 World Nuclear Exhibition

date_range June 28, 2018 person_outline Christiana Marjakangas

At the 2018 World Nuclear Exhibition, Datel and Tecnatom were the first to present satellite radar based acquisition, analysis, and action (A3) to monitor nuclear facilities globally. As part of the increasing focus on long-term maintenance and efficiency of legacy plants, as well as site selection and expansion of the A3 platform forms part of nuclear operators strategy considerations. We are excited to bring Sille to bear in a banner field for advancement. We are proud to have been invited to present this solution under the flag of Spain at the Spanish nuclear power pavilion. 

For more information on the WNE see the IAEA Director General's Statement.

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Datel Presents Large Infrastructure Early Warning System

date_range June 18, 2018 person_outline GLOBAL FINANCIAL MARKET REVIEW

The Estonian IT company Datel on April 17th presented a new early warning system for large scale infrastructure, which uses satellite data to monitor minor movements in pieces of infrastructure such as bridges, railways, pipelines, harbors and mines, informs LETA/BNS.

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Tecnatom and Datel join forces to provide advanced technological solutions

date_range June 18, 2018 person_outline Europa Press

Spanish engineering Tecnatom and Estonian company Datel have signed a collaboration agreement to provide advanced technological solutions based on artificial satellites, as reported by the Spanish company in a statement. 

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Economy - Tecnatom and Datel join forces to provide advanced technological solutions

date_range June 18, 2018 person_outline el Economista

Spanish engineering Tecnatom and Estonian company Datel have signed a collaboration agreement to provide advanced technological solutions based on artificial satellites, as reported by the Spanish company in a statement. 

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Estonian company to provide satellite monitoring to a Spanish engineering corporation

date_range June 7, 2018 person_outline ESTONIAN WORLD

The Estonian IT company, Datel, has signed a collaboration agreement with the Spanish multinational engineering corporation, Tecnatom, to provide technological solutions for satellite monitoring of strategic and critical infrastructures.

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Tecnatom and the Estonian IT-company Datel sign a collaboration agreement to provide advanced technological solutions

date_range June 6, 2018 person_outline TECNATOM

Tecnatom announces today that it has signed a collaboration agreement with the Estonian IT company Datel, under which the two companies will work together to provide technological solutions for satellite monitoring of strategic and critical infrastructures.

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Tecnatom and the Estonian company Datel sign a collaboration agreement to provide advanced technological solutions

date_range June 6, 2018 person_outline Empresa Exterior

Both companies add their capabilities to provide solutions of high technological content based on artificial satellites, applicable to various industrial sectors such as nuclear power plants, railway infrastructures or the transport and distribution of electrical energy. 

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Tecnatom and Datel sign a collaboration agreement to provide advanced technological solutions

date_range June 6, 2018 person_outline Spanish Nuclear Group for Cooperation

Tecnatom announced today that it has signed a collaboration agreement with the Estonian IT company Datel, under which the two companies will work together to provide technological solutions for satellite monitoring of strategic and critical infrastructures. 

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Estonian IT company launches a precision infrastructure monitoring service

date_range April 20, 2018 person_outline ESTONIAN WORLD

The Estonian IT company, Datel, has launched a service that allows users to remotely monitor the shifts and subsidence of infrastructure globally with a precision of up to one millimetre – thus helping prevent accidents.

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How to make infrastructures safer through satellites’ data

date_range April 17, 2018 person_outline E-ESTONIA

The Estonian IT company Datel, specialized in developing geographical information systems, has announced the launch of its early warning system Sille.

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