Satellites offer reliable and objective information on soil, air, vegetation, and assets, which can be compared over time. This increases the amount and quality of data that city managers need to implement sustainable development strategies.
Eurisy organises an online workshop to present and discuss solutions to use satellite data and signals, which can make a real difference for public managers willing to increase cities’ sustainability and resilience to climate change and critical events. A talk about concrete uses of satellite data and services to support cities’ resilience and sustainability. The solutions to be presented have been recently developed to improve services that already existed or to respond to emerging city challenges, such as climate change and the COVID-19sanitarian crisis.
Representatives from city authorities, SMEs, service providers and NGOs with an interest in satellite-based solutions for cities are invited to express their views on the relevance of the services presented with regard to their needs and to identify the barriers to the operational use of such services in cities.
The workshop is organised by Eurisy as a contribution to the Geospatial Cities initiative of the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC).