EARSC works with partner organisations worldwide to promote the Earth Observation industry and more business opportunities for its members. If you are interested in forming a partnership with us, please make an official request at email@example.com.
The primary aim of AARSE is to increase the awareness of African governments and their institutions, the private sector and the society at large, about the empowering and enhancing benefits of developing, applying and utilizing responsibly, the products and services of Earth Observation Systems and Geo-information Technology.
The Association of Geospatial Industries (AGI) is a non-profit, non-Government, industry body, representing the common and collective interest of the Geospatial Industry in India. Geospatial Technologies encompass a wide range of technologies such as Remote Sensing, Surveying, Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), Geographical Information System (GIS), Photogrammetry, Image Processing and other emerging technologies that assist the user in the collection, analysis and interpretation of spatial data with reference to geographic information.
Since 1986, AlT promotes and disseminates culture, disciplines and applications of remote sensing and related methods and techniques. AlT encourages and coordinates ìnitiatives to expand the exchange of knowledge of Remote Sensing in ltaly and across Europe. In addition, AlT organizes congresses, conventions, conferences and international thematic courses focused on the remote sensing domain.</p> <p>European iournal of Remote Sensing fformerly known as the Rivista Italiana di Telerilevamento/Italian Journal of Remote Sensing) is the official journal of the AlT. lt is published by Taylor & Francis with a Gold Open Access Policy.
ASAS is an Italian industrial association founded in 2004 and promoting the development of the Space Sector. The association has as strategy the growth and new development of applications and services based on space technologies, moving the emphasis of the economic and social contribution of this sector “From Space to Earth”.
Eurisy raises awareness of emerging satellite applications which can help professional communities in many sectors of application: from transport to risk management, from habitat protection to energy, from climate change to the Internet of Things, to name a few.
The Eurochile Business Foundation is a pioneering initiative of the European Union and the State of Chile, established in 1993 as a non-profit organization. Eurochile’s mission is to promote economic, trade and technological cooperation between the private sector and institutions in Chile and the European Union, through business promotion, technology and know-how transfer. The foundation is meant to serve as a bridge between Chile and the member countries of the European Union; a bridge for entrepreneurship, technology partnerships and good practice exchange. The concept of mutual benefit is nowadays a key concept in the relations between the European Union and Latin America.
In order to ensure good governance, economic and social development, environmental protection and sustainability, and informed public participation, EUROGI’s mission is to maximise the availability, effective use and exploitation of GI (geographic information) throughout Europe. This requires EUROGI to stimulate, encourage and support the development and effective use of GI and relevant technologies and policies, and to act as channel of the voice for the European GI community, private and public sectors alike.
FrontierSI (formerly the CRC for Spatial Information) brings the best people together to solve the most complex spatial problems. They are committed to asking how spatial information can be better used to understand the world around us. They have been doing this for over 15 years. Why? Because they believe in a future where collaborative research leads to accelerated industry growth, improved social wellbeing and a sustainable environment. FrontierSI and their partners have transformed research outcomes into meaningful change. They have influenced new public data access policies and contributed to major national and international initiatives. From agriculture and defence to health, climate change and the built environment, they have delivered tangible benefits for partners. FrontierSI and their partners are committed to improving how location technology and spatial information is valued, used and adapted.
The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (IOGP) is the voice of the global upstream industry. Oil and gas continue to provide a significant proportion of the world’s energy to meet growing demands for heat, light and transport.
JSS conducts space projects involving satellite systems, launch systems, ground facilities for satellite operations, satellite remote sensing technologies and space environment utilization. Recently, the organisation has launched Space Business Court, an online information and business support platform to promote new business development in commercial space, focusing on Earth-observation downstream applications.
As Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies, NEREUS offers a dynamic platform to all Regions aiming at making a better use of space applications for the delivery of efficient public policies benefiting citizens.</p> <p>NEREUS serves as an advocate for regional concerns, voicing the regional dimension of European space policies and programs at a political level.Striving to be a key source of information on space matters for our members, we aim at increasing the awareness and understanding of space solutions for all public users.
A competitiveness cluster brings together companies, research laboratories, and schools working in a specific sector. Governments and local organizations are also closely involved in this dynamic.</p> <p>POLE AVENIA is a unique research potential in France, bringing together more than 4000 geoscience researchers (CSTJF, Institut Carnot ISIFOR, Bordeaux and Pau Universities…) in the Aquitaine region and even across the entire country (BRGM, IFPEN, INERIS…), more than 100 industry partners including, world leaders in energy (Total, GDF Suez, EDF, Vermilion…) and local SMEs and MSEs (INT, Drillstar Industries, Well Staff, Varel Europe, SMP…).