Published on: 18 Feb 2019
Our team will be presenting the RUS Copernicus Service during the 15th International Congress of the Geological Society of Greece (Athens, 22 - 24 May 2019).
Offering systematic open and free Earth observation data at global coverage (and with an observational continuity ensured for decades), the Copernicus satellite constellation is a game-changer for many different applications, including climate monitoring, environmental changes (atmospheric, marine, land), agriculture, forestry, natural hazards and many others. However, the exploitation of remote sensing data is often computationally heavy and knowledge demanding.
With the aim to tackle these issues the RUS Copernicus (Research and User Support for Sentinel Core Products) project, funded by the European Commission and managed by the European Space Agency (ESA), started operations in October 2017.
Don't miss our presentation at the 15th International Congress of the Geological Society of Greece!!!