Space Operations and Environmental Monitoring in Cyprus |Wednesday, July 15th 2020, 08:00 – 16.30 CEST
ΠΡΟΣΚΛΗΣΗ ΕΚΔΗΛΩΣΗΣ ΕΝΔΙΑΦΕΡΟΝΤΟΣΠΡΟΣΚΛΗΣΗ ΕΚΔΗΛΩΣΗΣ ΕΝΔΙΑΦΕΡΟΝΤΟΣ για την Πλήρωση μίας (1) Θέσης Εξωτερικού Συνεργάτη(Κωδικός Θέσης: ΠΕDS4)στο Πλαίσιο του Έργου με Τίτλο«EUROGEOSS Showcases: Applications powered by Europe (E-SHAPE)» που χρηματοδοτείται από την Ευρωπαϊκή Επιτροπή.
A virtual workshop for "Early Warning for Epidemics" July 9th and 14th, 2020.
Interesting findings in our recent BEYOND publication!
Νεότερη εκτίμηση των καμένων εκτάσεων στην ευρύτερη περιοχή του Μαρτίνου (Δ. Λοκρών, Φθιώτιδα) από την πυρκαγιά της 19ης Ιουνίου 2020 - Latest estimation of the burned areas in the greater area of Martino (Mun. of Lokroi, Phthiotis) from the fire of June 19, 2020.
First co-seismic ascending interferogram for the 2020.06.23, M7.4 Santa María Zapotitlán, earthquake in Mexico. All interferograms that cover the event are available to download from BEYOND’s geObservatory service: http://geobservatory.beyond-eocenter.eu.
Initiation of 3 new, thematic working groups within GEO, June 2020
Three new, thematic working groups within GEO were formed and Greece is actively represented through highly esteemed members of its EO community.
BEYOND is organising a special session relevant to Multimodal Analysis and Retrieval of satellite images as part of the 27th International Conference on Multimedia Modeling, which will be held on January 25-27, 2021 in Prague, Czech Republic https://mmm2021.cz/.
In collaboration with the PRAXI Network and in the context of the "Caroline Herschel Framework Partnership Agreement" (HORIZON 2020), NOA’s BEYOND Center of Excellence, undertook the implementation of educational activities on the use of satellite remote sensing at a national level, as well as in the wider region of North Africa, the Balkans, and the Middle East and (GEO-CRADLE coordination action - http://geocradle.eu/en/). During 2021the Center will conduct three training courses for organizations operating in areas of Civil Protection on the subject of "Rapid Exposure, Vulnerability and Risk Assessment Service for Natural Disasters - The Use of EMS Risk and Recovery".
What is FPCUP?
The project started in July 2018 and is led by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and funded by the European Commission (DG DEFIS) responding on an EU-call to establish the Caroline Herschel Framework Partnership Agreement between the Commission and Copernicus Participating States. Thus, FPCUP is one specific part in the Commissions‘ User Uptake Strategy setting up a Framework Partnership Agreement (FPA) for User Uptake with Member States.
The project objectives are implemented in annual work programmes. The work programme contains different action proposals by the FPCUP consortium. The consortium consists of 48 partners from 23 European countries. Currently, about 70 actions are running.
The actions comprise national and international user uptake activities as well as business solutions and innovative products and applications. In the framework of FPCUP the following four actions types are supported: