August 24, 2020
Calgary, Canada ,
24 August 2020 — 29 August 2020
September 21, 2020
EICC in Edinburgh , United Kingdom
21 September 2020 — 24 September 2020
September 28, 2020
Frascati , Italy
28 September 2020 — 2 October 2020
October 08, 2020
Brussels , Belgium
8 October 2020
October 13, 2020
13 October 2020 — 15 October 2020
October 18, 2020
18 October 2020 — 21 October 2020
October 20, 2020
Tunis, Tunisia ,
20 October 2020 — 22 October 2020
October 26, 2020
Kigali, Rwanda ,
26 October 2020 — 30 October 2020
November 02, 2020
Port Elizabeth ,
2 November 2020 — 5 November 2020
December 07, 2020
Bonn , Germany
7 December 2020 — 11 December 2020
The purpose of this information day is to introduce the concept and the content of an Integrated Application Promotion programme (IAP) and to describe the procedure that ESA will follow to implement the preparation of the IAP. The aim of this initiative is to promote the development of Integrated Applications using a combination of space capabilities and delivering new services to citizens.
ESA is operating since two years the Service Support Environment (SSE – services.eoportal.org ), which offers to EO (Earth Observation) Service and Data Providers alike the opportunity to prototype, test and provide simple or orchestrated EO and GIS related services, keeping full control of processes and IPR. ESA wishes to invite current and potential Service Providers to a dedicated workshop to draw lessons learnt from previous experiences and prepare the next activities to come.
briefing to European Industry on the planning of ESA EO Exploitation future activities (2008-2012) - OCTOBER 4th
A 1-day briefing will be held at ESRIN on 04-Oct-2007 in order to help shape the next five years’ activities within ESA exploitation programs : EO Market Development (EOMD) and Data User Element (DUE).
Our 12th Annual Symposium in early 2008, proclaimed
by the United Nations as The International
Year of Planet Earth, will emphasize the benefits of the
space program for society. This time we are asking the
question ‘How can space address Earth’s global challenges
in the 21st century?’
the geo cape town ministerial summit "earth observation for sustainable growth and development" 30 november 2007, cape town - south africa
Environmental changes ónatural and human inducedó are having a significant, and increasingly destructive impact on our planet, our economies, and our social well-being. Sustainable growth and development of nations and economies requires coordinated, comprehensive and sustained Earth observations for early warning, informed policies, and effective decision making.
International GIS Crime Mapping Conference September 24 – 26, 2007 Radisson SAS Royal Hotel, Brussels, Belgium
The fields of GIS and crime mapping present a very exciting opportunity for police forces, government bodies, councils and community partnerships. The added functionality of GIS over computer mapping, and recent developments in GIS and spatial analysis applications have significantly improved analysis of crime, increasing the capabilities of crime fighting and thus impacting on the reduction of crime itself.
Newcastle upon Tyne, 11-14 Sept 2007
Synergy between all kind of observations – being from active or passive, wireless or wired, fixed or mobile, remote or in situ sensors ñ is primordial to support a better understanding of the complex interactions between human activities and environmental pressures and impacts.
The United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs, the Government of Austria and the European Space Agency (ESA) in 2006-2008 are jointly organizing the second series of three consecutive symposia to promote activities to carry out the Plan of Implementation of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (WSSD), held in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 2002.
The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) has organized a seminar on Global Change, one of the key issues for our times, and on the Global Earth Observation System of Systems (GEOSS) proposed to be built over the next 10 years. The seminar will be held at UNESCO Headquarters, 7 place de Fontenoy in Paris on Sunday June 17, 2007 from 6:00 to 7:15 p.m.
The Heads of State and Government agreed at Heiligendamm to achieve the goal of cutting global CO2 emissions by half by 2050 as part of a UN process. Resolutions adopted by the EU, Japan and Canada form the basis of the agreement reached on climate protection, adding the approach suggested by the United States by incorporating the biggest greenhouse gas emitters outside the United States, especially China and India.
To Discuss Space Exploration, International Cooperation in Space-Based Disaster Management, and Use of Satellite Technology for Sustainable Development
The GMES and GEOSS initiatives, in concert with other activities, are creating a paradigm change in geo-spatial and environmental information sharing and recognise that geo-spatial products and services are key to both economic return and management of global issues.
This is a reminder about our main Information and Networking Day which is organised in Prague on 21 May 2007 by the Information Society and Media Directorate-General with the kind support of the Ministry of the Environment and the Technology Centre of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.