This event will give the opportunity to get together to discuss new products and services available from e-GEOS, sharing new business opportunities and developing new initiatives of mutual benefit.
The European Space Policy Institute (ESPI)
During major disasters there are often shortcomings in the quantity and quality ofavailable satellite capacity and relevant services. The need for services arises from the
Last week a team of space experts led by British company DMCii participated in a national flooding exercise, "Exercise Watermark", to determine how satellite imagery, satellite communicat
An EU-funded project launched in Barcelona, Spain on 17 February has set out to enhance the usability of global environmental data.
When a major disaster strikes in remote parts of the world, knowing if the area is populated, and how densely, is crucial for the effective organisation of humanitarian operations.
With interest growing in satellite radar techniques that provide 3D views of Earth's natural and urban environments, scientists from around the world recently gathered to review the latest findings
As the residents of Queensland, Australia, turn to the mammoth task of cleaning up after the devastating floods over the last weeks, data from ESA's Earth observation satellites are showing potenti
Since its latest series of deadly eruptions, Java’s Mt Merapi has been spewing volcanic ash clouds into the air.
Representatives from 194 countries have gathered at the 2010 UN Climate Change Conference in Cancun, Mexico, to continue working towards tackling climate change.
Satellite information on snow cover is now available through ESA’s GlobSnow project soon after it snows. Understanding snow conditions helps us to predict floods and advance climate studies.
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