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A Collaboration Model for the European Space Community

Space Science for Societal Challenges Several representatives of Groundstation.Space took part in the online “Space Science for Societal Challenges Workshop” organised by the Lorentz Center on 22 and 23 October 2020. Space sciences, industry, government policy and economics, education, environmental and technological sciences were among the many fields represented, as over ninety participants fleshed out […]Read More

EARSC presents State and Health of the European Earth Observation

Earlier this week the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) presented its latest industry survey into the state and health of the Earth Observation (EO) sector in Europe. The full report can be downloaded here. Below points describe the key strategic context in which the European Earth Observation services industry was operating in 2019: […]Read More

A high precision model of the Earth

The European Commission launched the ‘Destination Earth’ initiative. It will bring together European scientific and industrial excellence to develop a high precision digital model of the Earth. This ground-breaking initiative will offer a digital modelling platform to visualise, monitor and forecast natural and human activity on the planet, in support of sustainable development. This will […]Read More

European innovation scoreboard

The 2020 edition of the innovation scoreboard highlights that the EU’s innovation performance continues to increase at a steady pace, with growing convergence between EU countries. On average, the innovation performance of the EU has increased by 8.9% since 2012. Performance increased in 24 EU countries since 2012, with the biggest increases in Lithuania, Malta, Latvia, Portugal […]Read More

We can transform Europe, together

The Green Deal is the European Commission’s plan to make the European Union climate neutral by 2050. This means that Europe wants to achieve net zero greenhouse gas emissions. These emissions must therefore be drastically reduced, and what would be emitted by 2050 must be immediately absorbed or compensated, for example through forests or new […]Read More