Greece is dynamically entering in the aerospace sector. Theon Sensors by taking advantage its excellent scientific potential and its successful presence in the global sensor market has achieved to extend its operations to the Aerospace Industry. In addition, the company's participation in the si-cluster, reinforces the national effort to develop cutting-edge innovation in our country and promote products and services in the international aerospace market.
si-Cluster, the first and only innovation ecosystem active in the field of aerospace technologies and applications in Greece, awarded on December 8 fast-growing space technology companies and applications, including Theon Sensors. The award took place during the General Assembly held with the participation of the members of the si-Cluster and the support of Corallia and EVIDITE. The event honored with his presence the Minister of Digital Policy, Telecommunications and Information Mr. Nikos Pappas.
Companies were awarded for their economic growth and social impact by economic indicators such as export growth, turnover, and job creation. Theon Sensors proudly received the highly prestigious award to achieve the highest turnover in the SME business segment.
The award of an innovative technology company in Greece is an honor and recognition for the efforts of the highly trained human potential of the company and the unimpeded vision of the administration for export activities, which currently exceeds 40 countries.
Today, Theon Sensors, in collaboration with the European Sensor Systems, focuses on the development of innovative technologies and sensors to meet the needs of the global aerospace market, and commits to continue to work consistently and continuously in aerospace by contributing thus developing the technological base and economy of our country.
Dr. Jorge Sanchez, CEO of SI-Cluster and CSFO Corallia said; "We were very pleased to have awarded si-Cluster companies for their growth and international presence this past year. Si-Cluster, with these promising results of its members, has now become one of the most dynamic ecosystems in the aerospace world around the globe. With the support of the Hellenic Space Organization, the creation of the Hellenic Space Organization and the updated strategic plan adopted by the si-Cluster GCC, we can expect only better results from 2018. "
Dr. Thanasis Potsis President of EVITIDE mentioned the following; "The Greek space industry proves once again that it is now able to claim an ever larger share of the global space market. A market of more than 200 billion dollars, with an annual growth rate of more than 8%!. We are really proud that Greek products (hardware & software) are now recognized by major space systems manufacturers while the state-of-the-art technology in our country can and must contribute to the development of products and solutions in areas such as marine equipment, of medical equipment, thus contributing to the strengthening of our country's economy ".