BalticSatApps has since 2017 increased awareness about the data provided by the European Copernicus Programme, improved access to the data, and stimulated demand and innovation through co-creation and iterative development methodologies. Project has also developed Acceleration Programs focusing on Earth Observation business. Now it is time to let the project initiated teams to tell about […]
BalticSatApps was partly interacting with OceanHack 2019 winning team led by Junior Research Fellow of Tartu Observatory
The winning team IceWise plans to combine Sentinel-1 data with ice thickness measurements made by citizens. Part of the app would be a map where layers with different data could be displayed on. For example, the map could show if there is any ice cover as well as the type of the ice. The satellite […]
WeSeaChallenge idea competition aimed to produce novel solutions for supporting the sustainable planning and monitoring of marine environment by applying Copernicus-based satellite data used together with other sources of information. The idea competition was aimed to higher education students and other diverse talents around the Baltic Sea inspired by science, business, technology, design, communications, or […]
Experiences from Estonia: How to make best possible use of data of Sentinel satellites and Copernicus programme?
At the international remote sensing training school in Kubija, Võru County, young researchers and renowned experts from around the world met to discuss making the life of the Baltic Sea area better by using remote sensing. The University of Tartu among with the Earth science network Baltic Earth held a Remote Sensing […]
A great deal of work is carried out by the Baltic Sea region countries with the goal of improving the condition of their maritime environment and the Baltic Sea at large. In many ways, the situation has taken a turn for the better. An awareness of the environmental conditions and factors affecting them builds a […]