Powering the renewable energy transition

During our third webinar covering Space Opportunities for Climate Challenges, we talked about the Renewable Energy transition. From solar forecasting, to offshore wind planning, and monitoring energy corridors.

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Setting course for sustainable maritime activities

During our second webinar covering Space Opportunities for Climate Challenges we talked about the Marine Environment. From observing the effects of climate change in coastal areas, to monitoring the environmental marine status, and protecting marine areas & detecting dark vessels.

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The Week of Geospatial Information (GI)

The Week of GI-Education for the Future aims to bring together teachers, experts, practitioners and students to present and discuss recent advances in GI-education and think about GI-education for the future.

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Climbing the value chain with satellite data

Cycling has many benefits for society and our health. It offers an important alternative for crowded public transport and a good way for some physical exercising, even from home. With satellite imagery and the widespread of GNSS wearables, space applications enable a better cycling experience both outdoors and indoors!

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GIS4Schools: Improving STEAM Education in Secondary Schools

The improvement of STEAM education in Secondary Schools is the core objective of the Erasmus+ funded project “GIS4Schools”. Pupils will learn about GIS technology and how to use it to respond to climate change challenges. The project gives them the opportunity to use satellite data, provided by the European Earth Observation Programme Copernicus EU, at school.

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