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26 April 2017 — 28 April 2017

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8 May 2017 — 12 May 2017

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9 May 2017 — 11 May 2017

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12 May 2017
GEO Work Programme Symposium
Tshwane (Pretoria), South Africa ,
12 May 2017 — 13 May 2017

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15 May 2017 — 18 May 2017

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16 May 2017 — 18 June 2017

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News Resources

ESA affirms open access policy for images, videos and data

ESA today announced it has adopted an Open Access policy for its content such as still images, videos and selected sets of data.

Geoinformation in Arable Farming

By Tamme van der Wal and Henk Janssen, Wageningen University & Research (WUR), The Netherlands. Agriculture enthusiastically absorbs geospatial technologies. Precision farming practices in particular benefit from location intelligence.

Most Stunning Images of Earth from Landsat’s Space Operation

World Space Week, designated in 1999 by the United Nations “to celebrate each year at the international level the contributions of space science and technology to the betterment of the human condition,” starts Oct. 4, with events continuing until Oct. 10. This year’s theme, “Remote Sensing: Enabling Our Future,” highlights Earth observation from space.

EUMETSAT and DLR signed a cooperation agreement for the development of the METimage instrument

Today, EUMETSAT’s Director-General, Alain Ratier, and Dr. Gerd Gruppe, Director of Space Administration at Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt (DLR), signed a cooperation agreement for the development of the METimage instrument to be flown on three successive Metop-SG A satellites of the EUMETSAT Polar System Second Generation (EPS-SG) in the 2021-2042 timeframe.

GEO-CRADLE newsletter #2 is out

The GEO-CRADLE project newsletter is now out!

Accessing Landsat and Sentinel-2 on Amazon Web services

The cloud has made it easier to process large amount of data, and satellite imagery processing benefits from cloud processing too. One of the cloud services that offers access to satellite images, and abilities to process them in the cloud – no more need to download it to your computer and process it there – is Amazon Web Services. If you’ve never worked with cloud processing, getting started with AWS can be a bit daunting. This tutorial gives beginners an introduction to accessing satellite images – Landsat and Sentinel-2 – on AWS.

Media - Interviews of EARSC

This space gathers EARSC representatives ‘ interviews on diverse platforms.

EARSC 2015-2016 Annual Report

Read about our activities over the last few months and understand what the Association is doing.

EARSC Annual reports

Read about our activities over the last few months and understand what the Association is doing.

Jason-3 begins mapping oceans, sees ongoing El Niño

(16 March 2016) Jason-3, a new U.S.-European oceanography satellite mission with NASA participation, has produced its first complete science map of global sea surface height, capturing the current signal of the 2015-16 El Niño.

BMT ARGOSS Provides Metocean Support to Energean

BMT ARGOSS (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group, the leading international design, engineering and risk management consultancy, has recently completed an assessment of metocean conditions to support Energean’s Prinos and Epsilon oil field developments in the Gulf of Kavala.

Sensor technologies and global markets

BCC Research examines the conventional sensor industry in its report, Global Markets and Technologies for Sensors (IAS006G).

ST Engineering's full-year net profit dips 0.5% to $529m

Aerospace and defence conglomerate Singapore Technologies Engineering (ST Engineering) saw weak results from its shipbuilding business, offset somewhat by strong results from its electronics sector and a stronger United States dollar.

Online Portal Improves Access to Geoscience Data from Africa

The Botswana Geoscience Institute (BGI) is launching a Geoscience Portal that provides free access to multi-disciplinary datasets from Ngamiland, a district in the country’s northwest, for a period of one year.

Creating a European Marketplace for Earth Observation Services

(8th February 2016, Brussels) A European Marketplace for EO Services will enable companies to offer new products and services building upon those coming from Copernicus and other sources. It will allow the European industry to capitalise on the public investments in Copernicus and, by linking with other data sets, can unleash a new wave of innovative geospatial products addressing many markets.

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