November 20, 2019
ABIDJAN, Côte d’Ivoire ,
Wednesday November 20, 2019 — Friday November 22, 2019
November 21, 2019
Birmingham , United Kingdom
Thursday November 21, 2019
November 28, 2019
ESA Harwell , United Kingdom
Thursday November 28, 2019
December 03, 2019
Helsinki , Finland
Tuesday December 3, 2019 — Thursday December 5, 2019
December 04, 2019
Marseille , France
Wednesday December 4, 2019
April 07, 2020
Amsterdam , Netherlands
Tuesday April 7, 2020 — Thursday April 9, 2020
April 20, 2020
Monday April 20, 2020 — Friday April 24, 2020
September 21, 2020
EICC in Edinburgh , United Kingdom
Monday September 21, 2020 — Thursday September 24, 2020
October 18, 2020
Sunday October 18, 2020 — Wednesday October 21, 2020
The Copernicus Marine Service is pleased to announce the launch of a new ocean information product, the Ocean Monitoring Indicators (OMIs). OMIs are free downloadable data sets covering the past 25 years of the key variables used to monitor the oceanic trends in line with climate change, including ocean warming, sea level rise and melting of sea ice. This free and open ocean information allows users to track the vital health signs of the ocean over the past quarter of a century.
The matchmaking event took place in Santiago (Chile) at the International Air and Space Fair (FIDAE) during the 3-5 April 2018.
EARSC Position Paper on Usage of Open Street Map versus National Data for CORINE Land Cover plus (CLC+) – “CLC Backbone
20 March 2018. EARSC publish today its position paper on Usage of Open Street Map versus National Data for CORINE Land Cover plus (CLC+) – “CLC Backbone.
ELSEVIER call for papers for a special issue on 'Earth Observation for the Sustainable Development Goals'
Worldwide, countries are setting their national targets and determining indicators for monitoring advances towards the newly adopted Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which account for differing national realities, capacities and levels of development. Earth Observation (EO) systems have a definitive and preponderant role to play in supporting and tracking progress of the SDGs.
On April 26, 2018 in Matera, IDEEO is organising a workshop “SMART IS THE NEW GREEN” – Digital Technologies for a profitable and sustainable agriculture and matching event.
KSAT, Norut, and PPO.labs have entered a strategic partnership to establish operational services of spaceborne radar technology to provide ground motion monitoring services.
In January 2018, GAF successfully established a Geological Data Management and Information system (GDMIS) for the Ministry of Natural Resources, Energy & Mining
BigDataCube project started to develop flexible and scalable services for massive spatio-temporal Earth Observation data.
Brussels, 7th March 2018: The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) and the Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRCSI) through Spatial Information Systems Research Ltd (SISR), signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). Representatives from the EARSC member companies AIRBUS, e-geos, Earth-i, Geospatial Enabling Technologies, GMV, Planet, and Sinergise attended the ceremony.
1 March 2018 – Telespazio, e-GEOS (a joint venture bertween Telespazio 80% and Italian Space Agency 20%) and SES are working together to build Matera User Ground Station (MUGS) for the European Data Relay System (EDRS).
New course by Alessandro Ferretti: “Satellite InSAR Data: Reservoir Monitoring from Space” organised by EAGE (European Association of Geoscientists and Engineers).
EARSC is organising a Trade Mission to Australia, traveling with seven European companies.
3DEO and Ghalam in partnership to supply innovative ground processing solutions to the global Earth observation small satellite industry
Under the agreement, 3DEO will sell the innovative software defined receiving and transmitting
ground solutions for Earth observation satellites, developed by Ghalam for the KazSTSAT satellite
to be launched later this year.
On World’s Wetlands Day, Feb. 2, 2018, Indonesia’s Geospatial Information Agency (BIG) announced that the International Peat Mapping Team, which is comprised of scientists from Remote Sensing Solutions GmbH (RSS), the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology (BPPT) and Sriwijaya University, is the winner of the USD $1 million Indonesian Peat Prize.
This project will use satellite data and mapping to monitor peat conditions in Indonesia and Malaysia.