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Registration open for the 2nd Earth Observation Summit

on 28 May 2020

The Romanian Space Agency (ROSA) is inviting you to participate at the 2nd Earth Observation Summit, an interactive online conference organised by the Croatian Presidency of the Council of EU and the EO4GEO consortium. The summit will take place 2-3 June 2020.

The EO4GEO EO Summit brings together representatives of academic, business, NGO and public sector being involved in or having interest for Earth Observation and related areas. The goal is to look in a multidisciplinary manner at the future occupational profiles, necessary curricula, interconnections and tools in the Earth Observation domain with the special focus on user uptake of Copernicus programme.

The Copernicus “Eyes on Earth” Roadshow will take place in parallel to the EO Summit. The ‘Eyes on Earth’ Roadshow wants to encourage interest in Copernicus Earth Observation Programme amongst young people, students and entrepreneurs; demonstrate exciting careers opportunities in the (space) data driven industry; and help those to build a more successful business through the use of space data. Climate & weather, mobility & transport planning, renewables, air quality, fresh water availability and distribution, smart farming, financial risk management and critical infrastructure measurement are all domains where satellite data can add value.

EO4GEO is an Erasmus+ Sector Skills Alliance gathering 26 partners from 13 EU countries, most of which are part of the Copernicus Academy Network. Be they from academia, public or private sector, they are all active in the education and training fields of the space / geospatial sectors.

EO4GEO aims to bridge the skills gap between the supply and demand of education and training in the space/geospatial sectors, fostering the uptake and integration of space/geospatial data and services in a broad range of application domains.

More information about the registration for the two events can be found at this link.

Image source: EO4GEO