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April 20, 2020


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20 April 2020 — 24 April 2020

September 21, 2020

SPIE Europe’s Remote Sensing symposium
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21 September 2020 — 24 September 2020

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Security from Above: How Earth Observation Helps to Keep America Safe

By: Owen Hawkins. Less than two weeks after the September 11, 2001 attacks in New York, Virginia and Pennsylvania, the first Director of the Office of Homeland Security was appointed and a new phrase entered the English lexicon. Taken from a 1990s Pentagon report, the phrase ‘homeland security’ was designed to reassure the people of the United States that a government department was dedicated to unceasingly overseeing their safety.

Calling All Innovators: Competition Seeks Applications Leveraging Data from Space

(PresseBox) (Gilching, 18.04.2016) Visionary teams and individuals from the realms of business, research, and higher education now have the chance to write their own chapter of the Copernicus Masters success story. Geared towards entrants from all over the world, the sixth edition of the biggest international competition in the commercial use of Earth observation data is on the hunt for outstanding ideas, applications, and business concepts that use such information in everyday life. Renowned partners are sponsoring prizes in seven topic-specific challenges. Along with cash prizes, the winners will receive access to a leading international network, corresponding data, startup funding, and other support valued at more than EUR 300,000 in total. The submission phase is scheduled to end on 18 July 2016.

Earth Observation: Defense & Security,

© Euroconsult. The report assesses from an economic and political perspective the EO industry focus on defense and security. This is inclusive of national government supply and demand, and commercial solutions being developed to meet some of these requirements – both in manufacturing and in commercial data supply.

Survey on European Geospatial Business

Contribute to the EU Geospatial Business Outlook Report.

EARSC Survey into Public Service Bodies using EO data and services

EARSC has published the initial results from its survey into Public Service Bodies using EO data and services.

Inventory of African Earth Observation Companies

AARSE and EARSC have launched a survey to study the state of the African private Earth Observation sector. We invite African satellite data stakeholders to take part in this study.

OGC Publishes Testbed 11 Geospatial Information Management Engineering Reports

The OGC Members recently approved release of all the public OGC Engineering Reports that resulted from the 2015 OGC Interoperability Testbed 11 Testbed 11 is the most recently completed of the OGC’s long series of major geospatial interoperability initiatives. Five of the 26 Testbed 11 Engineering Reports focused on Aviation Information Management, as reported last November. Twenty-one others are now available on the OGC Public Engineering Reports web page.

GEO-CRADLE: Coordinating and integRating state-of-the-art Earth Observation Activities in the regions of North Africa, Middle East, and Balkans and Developing Links with GEO related initiatives towards GEOSS

GEO-CRADLE brings together key players fully representing the Region of Interest (Balkans, N. Africa and M. East) and the complete EO value chain therein, with the overarching objective of establishing a multi-regional coordination network that will:

Google’s Skybox Imaging renamed to Terra Bella

Google has just announced that Skybox Imaging has been renamed Terra Bella. The new name is to intended to indicate a change of focus from just a satellite imaging company to pioneering the search for patterns of change in the physical world.

EU SatCen: Invitation To Tender to European Industry for Reference Mapping Services.

The EU SatCen is launching a procurement procedure in order to award a Framework Contract with reopening of competion for the Provision of the Reference Mapping Service.

Open consultation in the context of preparation of the next Horizon 2020 e-infrastructure Work Programme 2018-2020

The European Commission has launched an open consultation in the context of preparation of the next Horizon 2020 e-infrastructure Work Programme 2018-2020.

Satellite Imagery Reveals Deforestation in the Amazon

Over the past 15 years, satellite imagery has revealed that deforestation has been increasing at an unprecedented rate in the Peruvian Amazon. According to the Environment Ministry of Peru, the high rates of deforestation are attributable to the rise of agroindustrial crops such as coffee, cacao and African palm oil. These ‘cash crops’ are transforming the Amazon rainforest, impacting the local climate, water cycle and biodiversity. Satellite imagery has been used to produce valuable maps which reveal the ‘hotspots’ where this deforestation is occurring and where the effects are likely to be most prominent.

Study on Space Market Uptake in Europe

This study, provided by Policy Department A at the request of the ITRE committee, aims to shed light on the potential applicability of data acquired from the EU Galileo and Copernicus satellite systems in both the public and private sector, and on the reasons why such potential still remains largely underutilized.

From Satellites to Forest Management in Sweden

Forestry is a strategic sector for Sweden. Copernicus Sentinel-2 data contributes to make forest management more efficient by providing more frequent observations which will allow better interpretation between the passes.

Sentinel-3A successfully launched into orbit

The third Copernicus Sentinel satellite carrying four Earth-observing instruments was launched into orbit on 16 February at 17:57 GMT (18:57 CET; 20:57 local time) on a Rockot launcher from Plesetsk, Russia.

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