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A very joyeux anniversaire!
This month LOW celebrates its 10th birthday, so we’ve taken a look back at the highlights of this fantastic decade. And now we’re looking forward to (at the very least) ten more fascinating years.
We at LOW are very pleased to announce that registration for the first Copernicus ‘Eyes on Earth’ Roadshow on 12-13 June at EUMETSAT in Darmstadt, is now open.
This is the first in a series of roadshow events throughout Europe which we and our consortium partners designed to show how the European Union’s Copernicus satellite programme helps us all better understand our planet.
The Roadshow, which will include an expo area with interactive tools, business presentations, interactive masterclasses dedicated to real business cases (e.g. how to deal with heat islands in cities), and matchmaking sessions bridging the gap between company needs and data skills taught in higher education. All in all, the Roadshow will provide a multitude of benefits to participants of all ages and all walks of life.
If you want to find out more, or if you would like to attend the roadshow and want to register, click here
For general audiences:
Learn more about how to protect our natural resources and the environment through Earth observation and satellite activities.
Find how the EU Copernicus satellite programme is working to help us preserve our planet.
Experience hands-on how space data can improve your business and operational goals and achieve your policy objectives.
Meet with experts; learn about the skills for earth observation activities; and discover career and entrepreneurship opportunities in the space sector.
For audiences professionally involved in the Earth Observation sector:
Share your geospatial expertise and the benefits of the Copernicus programme with keen audiences across Europe.
Show how we can manage our consumption and our use of the Earth’s natural resources to protect the environment for the benefit of future generations.
Show how Copernicus will help to guarantee the safety, security and quality of life of the millions of future Europeans, and respond effectively to disasters and crises.
Use Copernicus and Earth observation insights to address gaps in the skills agenda.
Demonstrate how can we not only improve our understanding of the causes and consequences of climate change, but also how Copernicus provides solutions for the protection of our environment.
Help shape the space data professionals of tomorrow.
Grow your business through the optimal use of geospatial data.
The Copernicus ‘Eyes on Earth’ Roadshow in Darmstadt will be followed by similar events in Rotterdam, Tallinn, Bucharest, and Naples.
The Eyes on Earth project began in January 2019 as part of a Copernicus data skills support action under the framework of the COSME programme. It is managed on behalf of DG GROW and EASME by the Eyes on Earth Consortium, comprising LOW, stitching dotSpace, Ramani and the Erasmus Centre for Entrepreneurship.