Tags : Eurisy

Space for Water Resources

“Water is a vital natural resource without which life would cease to exist. Water conservation and resources management represent some of the most critical environmental issues currently facing humankind. Space technology and applications play a key role in understanding global water cycles, mapping water courses, and monitoring and mitigating the effects of floods and droughts”. […]Read More

Webinar: Space for Smart Mobility

When: Wednesday 7 April, 16:00-17:00 CETWhere: Online The Space for Climate webinar series offers a one-stop-shop networking platform to find relevant information, news, events, calls, partners and customers for space applications related to climate. Theme for this month is Space for Smart Mobility! In this monthly webinar series, Eurisy and dotSpace bring together research, government […]Read More

Space for Forestry Webinar

In our monthly webinar series, Eurisy and dotSpace bring together research, government and industry experts to talk about innovative solutions and funding opportunities. This week the focus is on Space for Forestry. This multidisciplinary initiative provides an open networking and knowledge sharing platform where space and non-space professionals exchange ideas, discover opportunities and meet each […]Read More

Space for Climate Webinars Spring 2021

After a successful series of webinars this winter, Eurisy and dotSpace continue their ‘Space for Climate’ webinars into spring and summer 2021! Organised every first Wednesday of the month, these webinars bring together specialists on different topics related to space solutions for climate challenges. Monthly theme All the webinars follow the same ‘Open Campus’ format. […]Read More

Space Support for the Marine Environment

Many different human activities on land and at sea cause pressures on Europe’s seas. A European Environment Agency’s (EEA) briefing, published in December 2020, shows that these pressures have now reached the outermost sea areas and the deepest seafloor. Human activities affect negatively 93 % of Europe’s sea area According to the EEA briefing, the […]Read More

Biodiversity Collapse: Space for Climate

Improve the quality of available information Scientists agree that global biodiversity loss is intensifying. Nevertheless, as an article in Nature claimed back in 2015, it is hard to assess progress towards the Aichi Biodiversity Targets for 2011 to 2020 and beyond, set by the Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). One of these targets, for example, […]Read More

Opportunities from Space for Cities

On 27 October 2020 Eurisy hosted the “Space for Cities” workshop. Now they have published the results of this meeting in a report. The report contains the main messages from the workshop, which carried the subtitle “From innovation to operation: A talk about concrete uses of satellite data and services to support cities’ resilience and […]Read More

Space for cities, from innovation to operation

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 […]Read More

Consultation: satellites for city management

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 […]Read More