At TerraNIS, we believe in the richness of knowledge sharing.
Most of the services designed and developed by TerraNIS are the result of collaboration with public or private partners. We truly believe in the richness of knowledge sharing!
Airbus Defence and Space
Since the creation of TerraNIS, we signed a technical and commercial partnership agreement with Airbus Defence and Space (« Intelligence » branch) which allows us to use the Overland software, which is at the heart of our Pixagri and Oenoview services (themselves developed in the 2000s within Infoterra). We also collaborate on a commercial level to address complementary markets.
Institut Coopératif du Vin
ICV is our major partner for the development and marketing of the Oenoview service. ICV brings its viticultural and oenological skills to provide a service adapted to the needs of professionals in the field. ICV is also the distributor of the Oenoview service throughout the South/South-East zone of France.
CEREMA has expertise in the field of satellite applications for urban and territorial observation. A technology transfer to TerraNIS was carried out as part of the UrbanVIEW project (PIA financing – Booster Nova label) and now enables us to market products and indicators designed by CEREMA that are integrated into our TerraMAP service offer.
TerraNIS is at the origin of the EUGENIUS initiative, which aims to create a network of European SMEs, each providing geo-information services in their region based on the massive use of Copernicus data and services and sharing a common catalogue of value-added products and services. The EUGENIUS association was officially created in October 2016 and now has 10 members.
As members of the various institutes and associations presented below, we are in permanent contact with companies in our sector and are open to all commercial or partnership opportunities.
Created in 2005, Aerospace Valley is the most significant innovation “pôle de compétitivité” in France in the fields of aeronautics, space and embedded systems, counting with over 840 members from both the industry and the academia. The innovation cluster covers the two geographically adjacent regions of South-Western France, Occitania and Nouvelle Aquitaine.
The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) is the European organization which –on a non-profit basis– promotes the use of Earth Observation technology and especially the companies in Europe which offer EO-related products and services.
The InSpace Institute supports local authorities and public actors in the identification, knowledge, evaluation and implementation of applications based on spatial data and capabilities to bring added value to territorial management.
Agri Sud-Ouest Inoovation
The Agri Sud-Ouest Innovation competitive cluster adresses tomorrow’s challenges by offering business leaders and researchers a process for building collaborative research and development projects, thus creating value and jobs in the regions through the development of new products.
Le Mas Numérique
Le Mas Numérique is a demonstration site of innovative digital technologies for viticulture and a training tool for students and professionals in the sector.
TerraNIS, Copernicus Relay in Chile
As part of the Space Strategy for Europe, the European Commission has established a network of Copernicus ambassadors: the Copernicus Relays.
The Copernicus Relays have been in place since the first quarter of 2017. They serve as local champions, coordinating and promoting activities around the Copernicus program, its benefits and opportunities for local businesses and residents.