Space for Cities

SPACE FOR CITIES SURVEYS

Satellites offer data and signals that can be used to improve the life of those who live in cities.

As an example, satellite imagery can be used to monitor green areas; satellite navigation to optimise public transport; satellite communication to connect rescue teams when other connections are down.

Do you use satellite applications already? You don't use them but want to know more about them?

We want to hear from you! Please, fill in our surveys!

Do you use satellite applications already? You don't use them but want to know more about them?

 

City Actors using satellite services

City Actors not using satellite services

Are you a local/regional administration, a private company or an NGO operating in cities?

Do you use satellite navigation, imagery or communication in a city?

Help us document your experience by responding to this short questionnaire.

Are you a local/regional administration, a private company or an NGO operating in cities?

You don't use satellite navigation, imagery or communication, but you would like to know more about their uses and potential? Fill in the Eurisy Survey or contact us to tell us about your needs and interests!



 

 

 

We will invite you to share your experience with potential partners, make you aware of support and funding opportunities, and will bring your feedback to decision-makers.

We are not looking for technical details, but for information on your work and needs, on the benefits of satellite applications, as well as on the challenges to use them.

 

We will put you in contact with other city actors who can help you understanding what you can do with satellite applications and how. We will also involve you in our workshops, where you will be able to question experts and confirmed users of satellite applications.

The Eurisy "Space for Cities" surveys are supported by the European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities (EIP-SCC). The EIP-SCC is an initiative supported by the European Commission bringing together cities, industry, SMEs, research and other smart city actors to improve urban life through more sustainable integrated solutions. This includes applied innovation, better planning, a more participatory approach, higher energy efficiency, better transport solutions, intelligent use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), etc.