The European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories will be organising its 5th Joint Workshop on using remote sensing data to improve urban spaces. Eurisy will be joining the workshop to talk on its "Space4Cities" initiative and hands-on bottom-up user feedback on the challenges faced by local administrations and SMEs to access and use satellite data and signals.
Events organised by Eurisy and/or those we contribute to.
Early detection is key to effective intervention in plant health. This colloquium, organised by EPPO and Euphresco and held in conjunction with the EPPO Council 2018 on 27 September 2018, offers experts from different disciplines and managers of plant health services the opportunity to exchange experience and ideas on using remote sensing data to monitor plant health. Eurisy Secretary General, Mr Toby Clark will be charing the discussions throughout the day. The book of abstracts is available for download here.
Eurisy is organising a roundtable within the Global Networking Forum of the International Astronautical Congress 2018. With the title “Bridging Space and Society: Strategies of space agencies to foster the uptake of satellite‐based services”, the roundtable will bring together high-level representatives of space agencies to discuss the strategies adopted by space agencies in different continents to transfer the potential benefits of satellite applications to society.
The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) together with the European Space Agency (ESA), the European Commission (EC) and the Romanian Parliament — Chamber of Deputies, Subcommittee for Space are organising the annual conference on European Space Programmes. The event which will bring together public and private regional stakeholders will take place on 11 and 12 October 2018, at the Palace of Parliament, in Bucharest. On the ocassion, Eurisy will organise a user focused session looking at pulling and sharing European and regional data platforms.
This conference is organised by Eurisy, the Basilicata region, the Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies (NEREUS), the Italian Space Agency (ASI), and the TeRN consortium (Technologies for Earth Observations and Natural Hazards) as platform for public and private managers to exchange know-how and experience in the use of innovative technologies, notably satellite applications, to support the management and safeguard of historical cities and the enhancement of the cultural and creative sectors.
Celebrating its 70th anniversary this year, the ICAR Congress brings together professional mountain rescue workers from all around the world. Four separate commissions (air, medical, terrestrial and avalanche) work together to find solutions to issues which affect rescue teams everywhere.
After two days of working in commissions, participants will have the opportunity to spend Friday 19th October at the Grands Montets ski resort, where they will be able to take part in a practical session on avalanche rescue and issues related to global warming. The following day will be dedicated to sharing experiences and exchanging feedback on mountain rescue operations.
Eurisy and its partners will attend the event to present our Sat4Alps initiative and exchange with users on how satellite-based services can improve search and rescue opperations in the mountains.
Space-enabled data offers solutions for the betterment of life alongside a wealth of new and unimagined business and science opportunities. One of the key drivers of DATA.SPACE 2019 is to raise awareness of the commercial opportunities that are being created by the democratisation of space, providing a platform for thought-leaders across start-ups, investors, and decision, policy, knowledge, and data makers to network and discover our tomorrow, today.
This major international conference attracts delegates drawn from a broad spectrum of global academia, government and industries across many sectors, including energy, marine & maritime, sustainable cities, agriculture & aquaculture, life sciences, transport, and so much more. Eurisy is lending its support and network to a session focused on space for society.