Defining the future of inland water services for Copernicus
We are a scientific partnership collecting the needs of the public and private sectors of the core Copernicus Program. We would love to know your needs.
Water-ForCE is a project dedicated to develop the roadmap for the water component for the future Copernicus services. We are addressing the current disconnects between remote sensing and in situ observation research, delivering clarity in terms of the needs and expectations of the public and private sectors of the core Copernicus Program and the wider research and business innovation opportunities.
Are you passionate about water management and space data? If so, we need your insights! The Water-ForCE project aims to revolutionise the future of Copernicus services by creating a roadmap for the water component. Our mission is to bridge the gap between remote sensing and in situ observation research while
Project Water-ForCE is a Horizon Europe project, defining the future of inland water services for the Copernicus Programme, as a scientific partnership collecting the needs of the public and private sectors. We would love to know your needs. Water-ForCE is a project dedicated to developing the roadmap for the water
On the first day of summer, the Water-ForCE project held a webinar on EU Funding 4 Copernicus Water Applications. At this event, participants learned was introduced to current funding sources for Copernicus water applications, as well as success stories. ESA HYDROCOASTAL Project The topic “Improving SAR Altimeter processing over the
This week the Water-ForCE project held a webinar on Public-Private Partnerships for Copernicus Water Services. During this event speakers and participants looked at how European and international regulations enable Copernicus water applications. PrimeWater Project Dr. Mariano Bresciani, the senior researcher at CNR, held a presentation with the long title “Earth
Announcing the April 2022 edition in the Water-ForCE webinar series: This month you are invited to a webinar on “Public-Private Partnerships for Copernicus Water Services”. Wednesday 27 April 2022, from 16:00 CET Together with the organisers and speakers of this online event, you will look at how European and international
Earlier this week we joined the “Copernicus for Africa” webinar, part of a series of webinars organised by the Water-ForCE Horizon 2020 project. In this webinar participants were introduced to Copernicus water-related projects in Africa and learned about opportunities to get involved. FANFAR Project overview Aytor Naranjo is the Business