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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The Space Service Hub

The Space Service Hub, is the new Eurisy one-stop-shop 3D platform to showcase European champions’ satellite based solutions in different areas from smart cities to rural and coastal areas. It allows space service providers to have permanent visibility of their flagship product and services while new potential users and customers can know more about satellites and the opportunities offered. The SSH is powered by ESA and embedded in the Eurisy website. It also consists of a virtual reality software to bring the users into an immersive experience.

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Eurisy Members’ Corner: Focus on the European Space Agency

During the first webinar of the Eurisy Members’ Corner series, Davide Coppola, Business Developer and Project Manager at ESA, provided insights into the support and funding opportunities made available by ESA to private companies of all sizes to integrate space technologies and bring their products to the market.

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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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Earth Observation data and civil engineering: cost effective solutions for citizen’s safety

The use of Earth Observation (EO) data in civil engineering is not common. Yet, something is changing. Italian SME Survey Lab with its expertise in development, distribution and promotion of EO data and geomatics based monitoring systems, took the opportunity of H2020 project I.MODI, to demonstrate the importance of integrating different data streams into the map-based products used by civil engineers.

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Satellite-based healthcare solutions: bringing services closer to patients

Better diagnostics, prevention, care, coordination and information – can satellites play a role in mitigating Europe’s healthcare sector challenges? Together with our members at CNES and the European Space Agency and our partners from ECHAlliance and MEDES we joined the first edition of the Pro Digital Heath Congress to share hands-on examples on how space can make e-health services accessible to all.

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Can Earth Observation technology become a tool to contribute to the implementation of a sustainable blue economy?

According to the 2018 Annual Economic Report on EU Blue Economy, it comprises all the economic activities related to oceans, seas and coasts, that cover of established sectors (eg.: Aquaculture, fisheries, etc.) and new ones (eg. Blue bio-economy and biotechnology, etc.). It is important to define what “blue economy” means in order to better explain its relevance to social and economic development and why satellite technologies can be a game-changer in this sense. 

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