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25 March 2019 — 27 March 2019
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Brussels , Belgium
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2 April 2019 — 4 April 2019
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Brussels , Belgium
5 April 2019 — 6 April 2019
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Vienna , Austria
7 April 2019 — 12 April 2019
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ESRIN , Italy
9 April 2019 — 10 April 2019
Prague , Czech Rep.
9 April 2019 — 12 April 2019
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Paris , France
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London , United Kingdom
2 May 2019 — 3 May 2019
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Bochum , Germany
8 May 2019 — 9 May 2019
Bengaluru: For the first time, under the impetus of Isro and the French Space Agency (CNES), space agencies of over 60 countries have agreed to engage their satellites, to coordinate their methods and their data to monitor human-induced greenhouse gas emissions.
From 30 May through 3 June, the 2016 European Space Solutions conference will showcase the essential role space plays in our everyday lives, and help European industry better understand – and access – its business potential.
EARSC is participating to the next Geospatial World Forum
We will present in several sessions and are organising a dedicated workshop during the conference.
Date: 26 MAY 2016
Time: 0900-1300 hrs
Purpose: Exploring the ways of maximising the exploitation of the value of EO data.
This workshop is organised with ESA support.
Summary report and reference materials from the Copernicus Value Chain workshop, 26-27 April 2016, are now available online.
The Edinburgh-based, internationally renowned, space services and management company Astrosat is this year setting the challenge for the prestigious European Copernicus Masters competition.
While the growing volume information from Satellites observing Earth offers a unique opportunity for science and applications, it is sometimes difficult to make sure these complex data streams are exploited to their full potential. ESA is addressing this challenge with ‘Thematic Exploitation Platforms’.
The Satellite Applications Catapult and Innovate UK have now opened the call for applications for the In-Orbit Demonstration programme.
EARSC is participating to the next Living Planet Symposium
We will present two papers and will be exhibiting during the conference.
Media representatives are invited to the Living Planet Symposium for the latest results from Europe’s satellites and achievements of ambitious Earth observation initiatives.
As sensing applications become more sophisticated and ubiquitous, there is a growing interest in autonomous remote sensing (ARS) systems to improve our understanding and control of the world around us. This manifests itself in a wide range of applications across the aerospace, defence & security, maritime, oil & gas, process control, rail, road, space, survey, etc.
Written by SNWA. To mark Big Data Week (May 2-6) ScienceNetwork WA asked Dr Kathryn Barker from the Pawsey Supercomputing Centre to delve into how a satellite earth-monitoring project will vastly improve mankind’s understanding of how climate change is affecting the planet.
Since 2004, Eurisy’s biannual Hubert Curien Award recognises outstanding efforts of individuals or organisations to help society benefit from space.
© Eurisy. Synthesis The Eurisy “User Forum Poland” was organised to present the results of the Eurisy survey on the use of satellite-based services within the Polish public administration and to discuss the main challenges still facing public authorities to fully exploit the potential of satellite applications. The over 100 participants, representing public administrations, private companies and other stakeholders, provided feedback on the results of the survey and helped contextualising the 49 replies received by Polish public authorities between March and September 2015.
Researchers have been slow to harness the power of big data from satellites in the fight against climate change. But a new partnership around the Copernicus program may change that.