The ‘Future Trends in geospatial information management: the five to ten year vision – Third Edition, August 2020’ by the United Nations Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management is now published.
The sessions will be held as part of the project “Global Transformation of Forests for People and Climate: a focus on West Africa” to support the implementation of the ECOWAS Forest convergence Plan.
This week, as part of the European Week of Regions and Cities, LandSense launched the mapathon! Using OpenStreetMap and Sentinel 2 satellite data the team at Heidelberg created a citizen-driven land use map of the EU.
The H2020 funded PrimeWater project is adding value to Earth Observation data and other Copernicus sectoral services.
The Earth Observation for Water Cycle Science 2020 Online Conference takes place on 16-18 November 2020.
Seven keynote speakers, representing the IASC Regions– Africa, Asia, China, Europe, Latin America, North America and Oceania, presented their work in the World Commons Week 2020.
This week is the NextGEOSS Summit Week (5-9 October)! Find available the full agenda of the Summit at https://nextgeoss.eu/nextgeoss-4th-summit/.
Challenges and Opportunities of Instructing a University Level FOSS4G Course
WeObserve is running a second run of its online course, “Citizen Science Projects: How to Make a Difference”, with updated information and resources.
REINFORCE will be hosting a webinar titled “How to help scientists in the Gravitational Wave noise hunt” on the 16th of October at 3PM CEST.