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Call for abstracts for EGU General Assembly 2020 session on 'Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS)


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Call for abstracts for the upcoming EGU General Assembly 2020 session on Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service (CMEMS) OS4.7 (Vienna, Austria, May 3-8, 2020).

ALPHA Consult is looking for a Junior Consultant in EO


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ALPHA Consult has spun off from a leading strategy consultancy to specialize further on management consulting services in aerospace applications (chiefly GNSS, EO and UAVs) and related industries (e.g., LBS, Aviation, Rail, Road, Maritime, High precision, Agriculture, High tech, Telecommunications) in Europe and Africa. ALPHA Consult performs market analyses and forecasts, competitive environment assessments, business plans, costs benefits analysis (CBA) as well as go to market strategy, road map definition and project management activities to support implementation for European institutions and large aerospace conglomerates.

ICEYE: Python Developer for Remote Sensing Analytics


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Do you know why it’s called new space?

ICEYE: GIS Specialist


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Do you know why it’s called new space?

Three EARSC members team to deliver monitoring of Natura 2000 sites using Copernicus products for EC DG Environment


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The Cop4N2K project is led by space4environment with Gisat, Specto Natura and also includes Bilbomatica and the Environment Agency of Austria. The team were awarded a service contract from EC DG Environment to use Copernicus data for monitoring Natura 2000 sites through the creation of a public on-line information system. A further example of a downstream service being built on the free and open data policy of Copernicus. The system will allow a systematic monitoring of pressures that negatively affect the status of species and habitat, in particular for grassland dominated sites. The resulting service will support EU Member States to take appropriate steps to proactively manage this important network of protected sites and prevent the deterioration of natural species and habitats. To achieve these aims, current and historical satellite images will be processed and combined with existing Copernicus Land Monitoring Service products to map the status and changes of land cover and land use (LC / LU) in and around each selected Natura 2000 site. In addition to the core spatial products, several grassland indicators will be developed, and a prospective study will define further indicators of grassland intensification and abandonment. A geospatial database will be developed for storing all products and indicators and provide access to all information via an interactive public website.


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