As part of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC), the Geospatial Cities initiative started a consultation to find out which satellite-based services are (most) useful for cities – for those who manage the city’s infrastructure and functions and those who live, play and work there. The initiative and consultation are run by Eurisy, the European association bridging space and society.
Eurisy will use the inputs to select thematic areas on which to focus the activities of the Geospatial Cities initiative of the EIP-SCC in 2021.
Respondents will be informed of the outcome of this consultation and will be involved in the activities of the Geospatial Cities initiative for 2021 and beyond. Respondents will be informed of funding opportunities to use satellite applications in the selected domains and will be introduced to potential partners.
You can find the link to the consultation here.
Groundstation.space supports and develops innovation projects in the space domain and can support you in identifying opportunities, searching for partners as well as proposal and project management. Please see this page and contact Linda van Duivenbode for more information.