Eurisy Members’ Corner: Focus on the Netherlands Space Office

Not everyone is yet aware of the added value that satellite data can have to better prepare societies to the effects of climate change. The Netherlands Space Office supports companies willing to develop solutions that respond to the emerging needs of public bodies. In this webinar, four companies benefitting from the NSO innovation programme presented products using satellite data to prevent and manage congestions on the electricity grid, to monitor the health of urban trees, to better prepare to floods, and to support agroforestry.

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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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