The European Copernicus Programme provides Earth Observation (EO) data free of charge on an open-access basis. The Copernicus services are based on satellite and in situ observations, and cater to even near real-time data needs. The services provide global data which can also be used for local and regional needs. The data can, for example, […]
The Copernicus Masters 2020 is Europe’s leading innovation competition for Earth Observation, searching for outstanding applications, solutions, and services from future-oriented SMEs, startups, universities and individuals in the fields of business, research, and higher education that tackle important challenges faced by business and society. Expedite your submissions for Copernicus Masters until June 30, 2020! Key […]
List your Earth Observation (EO) services including Copernicus services in upcoming BalticSatApps catalogue!
We are preparing as part of the BalticSatApps project a comprehensive Service catalogue covering: all Baltic Sea Region (BSR) on all existing and planned future services (started, in progress) on all kind of Earth Observation (EO) data including Copernicus services (www.copernicus.eu). If you would like to list your service(s) in the catalogue, please fill carefully […]
The second edition of the BalticSatApps SpaceUp Acceleration Program, which is addressed to teams using satellite data, started in the Krakow Technology Park in the end of the year 2019. It’s now in full flow with the five teams that were qualified for the program. Teams will work with mentors and trainers for three months […]
In 16 January 2020, the launch event of the BalticSatApps Acceleration Program Round II was held in Tartu, Estonia. The Tartu Science Park in close cooperation with the ESA BIC Estonia and BalticSatApps partners from the Turku Science Park (Finland) and the Cracow Technology Park (Poland), have been jointly working on the Acceleration program to effectively support ambitious start-up teams. The Acceleration Program is fine-tuned for the specific needs of […]
On 24 October 2019, Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI), with support of Geowise, was inviting to a networking event in the premises of the FMI. The workshop “Copernicus: Market uptake for Finnish private sector” was organized within the BalticSatApps project. Under the framework of Copernicus, the European Union’s Earth observation and monitoring programme collaboration, networking and […]
Do want to tell a story about your city, country, or your planet? Are you an Earth and Space data enthusiast? Want to use global data and satellite images to address problems that are relevant for you, your country or for the whole world? This year Earth Observation Data is the main topic of the […]
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 […]
Spread the word to interested students and early career scientists — Advanced Training School on Remote Sensing/EO coming in Sept 2019 in Estonia!
The University of Tartu organizes together with the Taltech, the Estonian University of Life Sciences and the Baltic Earth an Advanced Training School on Remote Sensing/Earth Observation – Applications of Remote Sensing in the Baltic Sea region. The Advanced Training School will take place on 15–20 September 2019 in the Võru Kubija Spa, Estonia. Application period is open until […]
On 26 – 27 April 2019 the BalticSatApps Workshop was organized at the Cracow University of Technology, Poland. The aim of the event was to find a solution with help of services based on access and processing of satellite data in the Baltic Sea region in one of five determined challenges: Education based on satellite […]