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Last 7 June 2016 a workshop took place at ESRIN, Frascati, to discuss ESA's current plans and proposals for activities under the 5th Earth Observation Envelope Program (EOEP5), to be approved at the forthcoming 2016 ESA ministerial meeting.
The European Space Agency (ESA) is now inviting entrepreneurs to submit innovative ideas to the Open Call of the Earth Observation Entrepreneurship Initiative (EOEI). Deadline 19th June.
Quotes from a one-week workshop.
Last 29-30 October 2015, more than 30 people gathered at the premises of the Mongolian University of Life Sciences to participate to a knowledge-sharing workshop.
The 8th PPCR meeting organised by the Climate Investment Funds (CIF) hosted by ESA-ESRIN in Frascati (July 19-23, 2015), featured an Advocacy Event on how EO satellites can help support climate monitoring and enhance resilience to climate change.
A collaborative project by ESA and the UN International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD)...
A new initiative brings ESA and the Asian Development Bank together ...
The uptake of Earth Observation based services is rather limited within the insurance sector. A recent survey...
New ESA project led by Irish industry: satellite data use for monitoring the quality of coastal water
Accurate and timely information about a flood extent helps insurers to assess the impact and prepare to meet the claims
Earth-observing satellites provide vital information to mitigate and prepare for disasters
Satellite data information used to evaluate the impact of the island's future development
Satellite data information used to optimise field management and plant growth
On 23-24 February 2012, the European Space Agency (ESA) Directorate of Earth Observation Programmes (EOP) hosted a workshop aimed at assessing new opportunities for the application of earth observation (EO) within the Insurance sector.
Earth-observing satellites can map natural phenomena such as floods and earthquakes, track hurricanes and monitor land subsidence across the globe. This information can be valuable to insurance companies for risk and damage assessment.