Tags : EUSpace

LDE NL Space Campus Summer School – Day 5

Welcome to day 5 of the LDE NL Space Campus Summer School! Today the students went back to the NL Space Campus to visit the EUSPA Galileo Reference Centre! After this they went to Unmanned Valley, while is all about uncrewed aerial vehicles (UAVs), better known as drones! Our participant-reporter Miraslava Kazlouskaya tells us about […]Read More

Name the new EU Space Connectivity Constellation

Space technology plays a crucial role in our daily lives and in the green and digital transition. For instance, Earth Observation systems, such as Copernicus, not only help mitigate the effects of climate change, but also promote the development of AI image analysis. Meanwhile, numerous EU economic sectors rely on global satellite navigation systems, such […]Read More

FIRE Forum and Ecoten: The Challenges of EO in Cities

With well over half of the world’s population living in cities, the urban environment is one of the key targets for Earth Observation (EO) applications. This was obvious at the recent EXPANDEO and FIRE Forum Conference in Brussels, that we reported on earlier here, where urban development was one of the key topics. FIRE Forum […]Read More

EXPANDEO 2022 – The Now and Tomorrow of Earth Observation

Key stakeholders came together to discuss the ‘now and tomorrow’ of Earth Observation at the two-day EXPANDEO and the FIRE Forum 2022 joint event. This annual European Earth Observation event is organised by EARSC (European Association of Remote Sensing Companies), who are also the consortium lead of the FIRE Forum project. The EXPANDEO and FIRE […]Read More

Copernicus Masters 2022 Open For Submissions

For the 12th time, the Copernicus Masters 2022 is opening its submissions to award innovative solutions that use Copernicus Earth observation (EO) and other space data. The competition partners, with global players from institutions, research and industry, are awarding dedicated challenges and prizes. The common goal of the Copernicus Masters and its partners is to […]Read More


The Open Calls Network

The Netherlands Space Office together with Groundstation.SPACE launched the Open Calls Network! As part of this network we are organising a series of webinars, as well as a dedicated LinkedIn page. By joining the Open Calls Network you will receive invitations to webinars and project updates. In addition you will have opportunities to present your […]Read More

EU Global Action and Space in Emerging Countries

Earlier this month the International Astronautical Federation (IAF) held its second Global Conference on Space for Emerging Countries, in Quito, Ecuador. This conference series is dedicated to the inclusion of all countries of the world in the global space ecosystem. For a country like Ecuador, which does not have a formal space representation in government […]Read More

Earth Observation: Space for Ukraine

From the first days of the invasion of Russian troops into the territory of Ukraine, we have written about the possibilities of using satellite data technologies to support the people of Ukraine. This week marks three months since the beginning of the war.  Space for Ukraine: the Latest News about Satellite Data Technology During the […]Read More

Living Planet Symposium Kicks Off Today

Attracting thousands of scientists and data users, the ESA Living Planet Symposium LPS22 is amongst the biggest Earth observation conferences in the world. For decades now, Earth observation has played a fundamental role in advancing our understanding of how our planet works and how it is being affected by climate change. While the need to […]Read More