About HATCH

What Did HATCH Do?

The driving force for HATCH was to create a one-stop shop for information on space that was useable, accurate and appealing to a wide range of audiences – essentially to promote space as a domain that is interesting and useful to all. We achieved this, on time and within our budget, through a wide range of activities including

Events

 Speaking at conferences and exhibitions.

Deployment

HATCH was formally launched at Paris Space Week in

April 2019 where the HATCH Team had a stand and presented to

delegates with follow up emails to over 120. This was supported

with a social media campaign.

Development

 Including workshops to gain stakeholder views.

Consortium Impacts

Each member of the consortium benefited from working together, exploring how different skills came together and learning about space from others’ viewpoints.

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Competitions

To encourage contributions and to promote use of the platform in Latvia and Poland and a global competition for Quick

Knowledge articles.

Social media impact

On Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin and Instagram. Over 12,000 unique visitors to website and followers on social media.

User

Generated content From all audience types: academic, students and industry. Over 155 articles were included on HATCH.

Short intro

The HATCH web portal is being developed in the framework of the H2020-COMPET-6 work programme. It started in November 2017 and will last for 20 months. The HATCH project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No. 776357.

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The HATCH project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 776357.

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