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Vienna , Austria
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ESA-ESRIN, Frascati (Rome) , Italy
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Cora van Nieuwenhuizen MEP (1963) was elected to the European Parliament in 2014 on behalf of the Dutch liberal party VVD. She is a member of the parliamentary committees ECON (Economic and Monetary Affairs) and ITRE (Industry, Research and Energy). Moreover, Ms. Van Nieuwenhuizen is the Vice-chair of Parliament’s Delegation for relations with India, a Member of the Science and Technology Options Assessment (STOA) Panel of the European Parliament and a member of the Board of the Knowledge4Innovation Forum.
Apart from space policy, Ms. Van Nieuwenhuizen predominantly works on financial services regulation, FinTech and the Digital Single Market.
By Geospatial World. Open data is an absolute precursor to meet the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, believes Barbara Ryan, Director, Group on Earth Observations (GEO) Secretariat in Geneva
List of EARSC interviews published in EOmag
Reminder: Ongoing call for expressions of interest to contribute with an oral presentation to the European workshop Brussels, 21-22 September 2016
April 2016: Chetan Pradhan shared the EO services industrial view that will feed into the consultation process in preparation of the upcoming European Space Strategy.
By Geoff Sawyer, Secretary General of the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC)
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Andreas Veispak is the Head of Unit for Space Data for Societal Challenges and Growth at the European Commission. His responsibilities include space-related data, user uptake, and new business models as well as international relations and outreach activities.
Interview with Chris Steenmans, Head of Programme, ICT and data management at the European Environment Agency.
DLR makes progress with a new radar mission at the World Radiocommunication Conference
Interview with 2015 EARSC Company Award winner, Peter Volk, Chief Executive Officer and Director of GAF AG
30 years of GAF: A long and successful history – the solid basis for an inspiring future
Customer orientation and excellence have been the driving forces behind the companys’ development towards a major European player in the Earth Observation field. The broad service portfolio has helped to establish a constant growth and made the company to perform excellently compared to many competitors – and also within the Telespazio Grouping. An outstanding positioning has been achieved in the Copernicus land service suite, in the demanding military and security markets, and the natural resource management consultancy field. It’s the volume of good ingredients and clients’ appreciation, that makes GAF bound for the future.
From Station to Constellation
INTERGEO 2015 Ends Successful – Geo-Sector Agrees: Geoinformation Is The International Language Of Decision-Makers
Stuttgart – Geoinformation is the global language that decision-makers all understand.
Chris Steenmans (EEA): "One of the important elements is that Copernicus data are available, free and open for everybody"
Interview with Chris Steenmans, Head of the Programme ICT and data management at the European Environment Agency.
We have already reported that Dedrone – one of Germany’s most successful start-ups in the field of UAS – will be on the UASympEx as a speaker. The start-up from Kassel developed the world’s first professional drones detection and warning system – the DroneTracker.