October 28, 2019
Seville , Spain
28 October 2019 — 29 October 2019
November 04, 2019
Canberra, Australia ,
4 November 2019 — 9 November 2019
November 18, 2019
ESRIN, Frascati , Italy
18 November 2019 — 22 November 2019
December 03, 2019
Helsinki , Finland
3 December 2019 — 5 December 2019
December 04, 2019
Marseille , France
4 December 2019
April 20, 2020
20 April 2020 — 24 April 2020
September 21, 2020
EICC in Edinburgh , United Kingdom
21 September 2020 — 24 September 2020
October 18, 2020
18 October 2020 — 21 October 2020
© IPIECA & IOGP. Satellite remote sensing of oil spills at sea. Good practice guidelines for the application of satellite remote sensing during oil spill response operations
A free online course (MOOC) on the Impacts of Climate Change in Latin America will be launched at COP-22 by the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI). The course promotes Sustainable Development Goals #4, #13 and #17.
(Neustrelitz, Germany October 4, 2016) This year marks the 20th anniversary of signing an agreement with Antrix, the commercial arm of the Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), to receive and distribute Indian EO satellite data on an exclusive basis for European customers.
Darmstadt, 26 September – From 26 – 30 September, the EUMETSAT Satellite Conference will attract over 400 meteorological experts, scientists and researchers from 40 countries to EUMETSAT’s hometown of Darmstadt, Germany.
Smart mapping leader Esri announced it is engaging students all over the world in a new contest called the Global Content Challenge. With the power of Esri content at their disposal, students will tell their own compelling scientific stories using the Esri Story Map Journal app. Entrants will use personal geographic analyses, visualizations, predictive models, and more, to explore a variety of scientific themes.
(by Matthew Broersma, September 13, 2016) The government is aiming to boost development of UK technologies based on earth observation satellites
Journal of Applied Remote Sensing Honors Researchers in Crop Management, Earth Observation, Mapping with Best Paper Awards
Outstanding research articles advancing remote sensing technologies for crop management, geologic mapping, and all-weather Earth observation have been recognized with best-paper awards by the Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, published by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics.
29 August 2016
On 24 August, an earthquake struck central Italy, claiming at least 290 lives and causing widespread damage. Satellite images are being used to help emergency aid organisations, while scientists have begun to analyse ground movement.
The Horizon Prizes aim at stimulating innovation and developing solutions to problems that matter to European citizens.
Leonardo – Finmeccanica S.p.A.: Earthquake in Italy: e-GEOS, within the Copernicus program, provides satellite images, maps and data in support of the rescue operation
In the early hours of this morning the operating centres in Rome and Matera of e-GEOS, the joint venture between Telespazio (Leonardo – Finmeccanica/Thales) and the Italian Space Agency, which leads the team of European companies operating in the Copernicus program (Emergency Management Service – Copernicus – Rapid Mapping), were activated to support the Italian Authorities and Civil Protection in managing the aftermath of last night’s earthquake in central Italy.
One of the biggest challenges in providing relief to people living in poverty is locating them. The availability of accurate and reliable information on the location of impoverished zones is surprisingly lacking for much of the world, particularly on the African continent.
A new analysis of satellite images shows that nearly 30 percent of India’s agricultural land is turning into desert, and the rate of soil degradation is increasing at an alarming rate.
Europe is contributing to the UN’s Global Geodetic Reference Frame (GGRF) by developing a platform for exchanging information and expertise.
ECOPOTENTIAL is a European-funded H2020 flagship project that aims to support protected areas in applying earth observation (EO) tools for analysis and modelling of current and future state of ecosystem conditions and services. The scientific results will be used in developing requirements for future protected areas, supporting better decision-making and design of policy, as well as capacity building and knowledge exchange activities. The project focuses its activities and pilot actions on several Protected Areas across Europe, including many mountain areas such as the High Tatras in the Carpathians, observed and monitored by GRID-Warsaw.
Take the GEO survey for the commercial sector on the engagement in GEO.