Upcoming events

June 26, 2019


Heraklion in Crete Island , Greece
26 June 2019 — 29 June 2019

Heraklion, Crete Island , Greece
26 June 2019 — 29 June 2019

June 27, 2019

July 01, 2019


Madrid , Spain
1 July 2019 —  4 July 2019

University of Salzburg , Austria
1 July 2019 —  4 July 2019

Logonna-Daoulas , France
1 July 2019 —  5 July 2019

July 03, 2019


Lisbon , Portugal
3 July 2019 —  5 July 2019

July 09, 2019


United Kingdom
9 July 2019 — 11 July 2019

August 01, 2019


Dublin , Ireland
1 August 2019 —  2 August 2019

Dublin , Ireland
1 August 2019 —  2 August 2019

August 14, 2019


Nairobi, Kenya ,
14 August 2019 — 16 August 2019

September 06, 2019


Pi School, Rome & ESA/ESRIN, Frascati , Italy
6 September 2019 — 10 September 2019

September 09, 2019


Paris , France
9 September 2019 — 13 September 2019
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News Resources

Partnership Award ‘from Research & Development to Innovation & Market’

Under the CopHub.AC project http://www.cophub-ac.eu/, EARSC is running a new competition to recognise and reward outstanding collaboration in public-private partnerships for the Copernicus user-uptake. Specifically, Academia and Companies (in partnership) will be encouraged to submit a proposal for cooperation or present an already established collaboration achievement “from Research & Development to Innovation & Market”. The winner partnership will be recognized and promoted by EARSC and receive guidance on how to embed that cooperation into EuroGEOSS.

EARSC Position Paper on Earth Observation Services Industry Internationalisation & Economic Diplomacy

21 November 2017. EARSC publish today its position paper on Earth Observation Services Industry Internationalisation & Economic Diplomacy.

Satellite information-as-a-service

Vincenzo Massimi and colleagues propose a new model for the use of satellite imagery and demonstrate its use in the creation of a new service for companies managing integrated water and sewage networks

Monitoring the Oceans from Space

Explore our oceans from space. Discover how Earth observation allows us to monitor ocean health, and inform policy and planning.

Joint project to tackle disaster from space

Australia’s top science organisation, the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation or CSIRO, is to conduct joint research with US-based Radiant.Earth into satellite imagery and earth observation data for promoting disaster resilience and tackling critical issues in health, climate change and sustainable water management, mainly in the Asia-Pacific region.

The GEO-CRADLE Networking Platform is now on line!

The new platform provides a wealth of information on key Earth Observation (EO) stakeholders from North Africa, Middle East and the Balkans. The users can navigate through the profiles of stakeholders and be informed on the existing networks, capacities, skills, etc. in the combined region. Whilst the platform is primarily targeting stakeholders from the region, organisations from other countries are invited to become part of the network. Interested stakeholders can easily complete their profile by providing their credentials and filling in a quick survey. The survey is split in five main sections: Contact Details, Activity Focus, Capacities, National Activities, Engagement in GEO-CRADLE.

EOmag 50th edition has been released!

The magazine is widely distributed: statistics show that about 3000 active readers among Industry and relevant Institutions worldwide are interested to go through EOmag articles! Enjoy the reading!

EARSC Position Paper on Copernicus Evolution

11 July 2017. EARSC published today a position paper entitled “Copernicus evolution: Fostering Growth in the EO Downstream Services Sector”.

EARSC 2016-2017 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.

ESA releases open data and millions in prize funding

(By Anthony Wallace on 31 May, 2017) The European Space Agency (ESA) is basically giving away their data products and even some of their funding to help bolster international innovation in remote sensing and space infrastructure.

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.

Crop monitoring and forecasts for Europe and northern Africa

On 23 January, the Joint Research Center of the European Commission (JRC) released two MARS (Monitoring Agricultural RessourceS) crop monitoring bulletins.

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.

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