Tags : Copernicus

Call for Tender for Copernicus EMS

The Copernicus programme has opened a call for tender for rapid mapping solutions under its Emergency Management Service (EMS) Floods are among the costliest natural disasters in Europe and in the world, and represent around 30% of the Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) Rapid Mapping activations. The Rapid Mapping service delivers post-event crisis information in […]Read More

Join the webinar on Public-Private partnerships for Copernicus Water Services

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 regulations enable Copernicus water applications. […]Read More

Copernicus for Africa: Opportunities for Earth Observation for Water

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 Development Director at Lobelia Earth, […]Read More

The end of Sentinel-1B?

The situation “does not look very good” for the Sentinel-1B satellite of the EU’s Copernicus Earth observation programme, confirmed European Space Agency (ESA) Director General Josef Aschbacher and Simonetta Cheli, head of ESA’s Earth observation programmes, at the end of the institution’s Council meeting on Thursday 17 March. Official update from ESA This remark came shortly after […]Read More

Copernicus: Seven Hottest Years Ever Were Last Seven

Copernicus Climate Change Service: Globally, the seven hottest years on record were the last seven, while carbon dioxide and methane concentrations continue to rise. The European Union’s Copernicus Climate Change Service releases its annual findings which show that globally 2021 was among the seven warmest on record. Europe experienced a summer of extremes with severe […]Read More

Participate in the Copernicus User Survey

The second edition of the Women in Copernicus survey is a broad study across all users of Copernicus data. The study aims to better understand the overall situation with regards to gender equality in Earth Observation. All present and past users of Copernicus data are invited to participate, not only women! Participate now! Copernicus user survey […]Read More

Wildfire Year 2021: Regional Emission Records

Scientists in the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service have been keeping a close watch on wildfire emissions and their impacts on the atmosphere around the world throughout 2021. The service uses satellite observations of active fires to estimate wildfire emissions in near-real-time and predict the subsequent impact on air quality and the atmosphere. Several regions around the world […]Read More

Sentinel-2 helps in Methane Monitoring

At the recent #COP26, over 100 countries signed the Global Methane Pledge, an initiative to reduce global methane emissions to keep the goal of limiting warming to 1.5 degrees Celsius within reach—and the @CopernicusEU Sentinel-2 satellites are ready to help. Methane is a potent greenhouse gas that is responsible for roughly one quarter of the […]Read More

Centurion and Copernicus

Centurion is one of the leading examples of a successful European Earth Observation consortium, using space data to solve real world challenges. Two of its ten consortium partners are Dutch, including space data AI specialist OPT/NET. We present an interview with Mohan Rao, OPT/NET B.V. Marketing Director, who answeres questions about the project, its benefits, […]Read More

Opportunities in Horizon Europe for Copernicus

On 13 October 2021 Groundstation.Space and the Netherlands Space Office organised a webinar on opportunities in Horizon Europe for Copernicus Earth Observation data. Funding calls for the space sector In the webinar we highlighted a selection of Horizon Europe calls that will require Copernicus Earth Observation data as part of the solution. These and other […]Read More