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Amsterdam , Netherlands
Tuesday April 7, 2020 — Thursday April 9, 2020
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Noordwijk , Netherlands
Wednesday April 15, 2020 — Friday April 17, 2020
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Brussels , Belgium
Tuesday April 21, 2020
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Vienna , Austria
Sunday May 3, 2020 — Friday May 8, 2020
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ESA-ESRIN, Frascati (Rome) , Italy
Monday May 25, 2020 — Friday May 29, 2020
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Brussels , Belgium
Monday June 1, 2020 — Friday June 5, 2020
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Zagreb , Croatia
Tuesday June 2, 2020 — Wednesday June 3, 2020
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Paris , France
Thursday June 11, 2020 — Saturday June 13, 2020
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Toulouse , France
Wednesday June 17, 2020 — Friday June 19, 2020
Brussels , Belgium
Wednesday June 17, 2020 — Thursday June 18, 2020
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Cagliari , Italy
Tuesday June 30, 2020 — Thursday July 2, 2020
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Calgary, Canada ,
Monday August 24, 2020 — Saturday August 29, 2020
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EICC in Edinburgh , United Kingdom
Monday September 21, 2020 — Thursday September 24, 2020
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Sunday October 18, 2020 — Wednesday October 21, 2020
This project will use satellite data and mapping to monitor peat conditions in Indonesia and Malaysia.
Different sensors mounted on satellites and other platforms, such as airplanes, measure the amount of radiation at various wavelengths reflected from the water’s surface.
The Spanish Earth observation satellite PAZ was successfully launched on 22 February 2018 at 15:17 CET from Vandenberg Air Force Base in California, United States, on board a Falcon 9 rocket.
Spain’s first radar satellite will start operations in May 2018
Airbus engineers to support LEOP and IOT phases
PAZ will join the Airbus high resolution SAR satellite constellation
On the 21st of February 2018, IDEEO was awarded the European Strategic Cluster Partnership Going International (ESCP-4i) from the European Commission along side 22 other Clusters.
This article is dedicated to all members of this community, the geospatial specialists, developers and enthusiasts, who help us unleash the full power of Copernicus, and shows the interaction between open data and Free and Open Source Software (FOSS).
UNESCO and EOMAP have launched an interactive tool providing access to detailed global water quality indicators from an archive of Earth Observation and satellite data.
20 February 2018 – Earth-i one of Europe’s most prominent New Space companies, has been awarded a grant of £2.7 million from the UK Space Agency’s International Partnership Programme, which supports UK space firms tackling global challenges.
Recent satellite images supplied and analysed by European Space Imaging reveal the illegal construction of military bases in the contested Spratly Islands along the South China Sea are complete.
(7 February 2018 – e-GEOS) e-GEOS, a joint venture of Telespazio (80%) and the Italian Space Agency (20%), strengthens its international presence with an important agreement signed in Australia for the supply of data generated by the Italian COSMO-SkyMed satellites.
The LandSense Challenge targets individuals, web-entrepreneurs, start-ups and SMEs coming from all participating Horizon 2020 countries, to present innovative IT solutions addressing one of the three LandSense domains: Urban Landscape Dynamics, Agricultural Land Use & Forest & Habitat Monitoring
Munich, 05/02/18. Satellite imagery supplied by European Space Imaging shows that more than half of an ancient temple near the town of Afrin, Syria, has been reduced to rubble – reportedly by a Turkish airstrike.
Descartes Labs and Planetek Italia have announced a partnership to transform big data from space into actionable knowledge for global users. The agreement brings together Descartes Labs’ machine learning algorithms and computer vision tools with Planetek’s monitoring services based on the Rheticus® cloud platform.
Toulouse, 30 January 2018 – Airbus has launched near real-time satellite imagery capabilities together with its 24/7 Emergency Image Delivery Service to aid those facing emergency situations. By leveraging the Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) polar ground station in Svalbard, Norway, Pléiades and SPOT constellation images are now retrieved at every orbit, resulting in ultra-fast image deliveries after collection, anywhere in the world.
The presentations made during the event are now available for download.