Eurisy Members’ Corner: Focus on the French National Centre for Space Studies

Space applications can transform the maritime domains, by providing data and information that will foster a sustainable blue economy, and help protecting the ocean and preserving its resources. CNES wants to be at the forefront of the creation of a global “Sea & Space” strategy that federates public and private stakeholders to put science at the service of society.

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EU Space is the key to disaster risk management and response

While more and more national disaster management authorities are aware of the potential of satellite-based solutions their use is still quite jeopardized. Lack of awareness, misinformation, limited access to data, fragmentation of services, difficulties of turning data into actionable information, are just some of the barriers hampering the integration of satellite-based services.

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Introduction into the proposed EU-Directive on the resilience of critical entities

NEREUS together with Eurisy launched their new webinar series “Space for Critical Infrastructure”. The series has been created in the wake of the European Commission’s proposal of a new directive on the resilience of critical entities. This opening webinar provided an overview of the new scope of the directive, its perimeter as well as its major consequences and the potential of Earth observation data to increase the effectiveness of monitoring and maintenance operations.

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Copernicus and me

Eurisy and CNES are looking for public and private organisations using Copernicus data and services to be featured in case studies and short videos. Submit your story today!

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The Copernicus Hackathon Sofia 2020

Due to COVID-19, the Copernicus Hackathon Sofia 2020, organised by our Bulgarian member the Risk-Space Transfer Office (RST-TTO), has become a virtual one. Eurisy is supporting the event.

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27 cloud-based Earth Observation applications come together under e-shape this summer!

e-shape (EuroGEOSS Showcases: Applications Powered by Europe) - a new project funded under the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Programme gathering 54 consortium members kicked off to deliver a suite of Earth Observation services to EU citizens, researchers, businesses and policy makers through the implementation of 27 pilot projects spanning 7 thematic areas aligned with UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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