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OBSERVER: Copernicus in EU Space Week 2022— Spotlight on the User Consultation Platform, the General Assembly of the Copernicus Networks and on the future of Copernicus!

OBSERVER: Copernicus in EU Space Week 2022— Spotlight on the User Consultation Platform, the General Assembly of the Copernicus Networks and on the future of Copernicus! nee@spacetec.p… Thu, 06/10/2022 – 14:33 It’s a wrap for EU Space Week 2022 (EUSW)! With 3.000+ registered participants, 1.100+ onsite attendees, 18.800+ online watchers (incl. 3.350+ unique visitors), 100,000+…
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Hellenic Aviation Service Provider to host EGNOS V3 ground station in Athens, Greece

EGNOS, Europe’s regional satellite-based augmentation system (SBAS), is undergoing a transformation.  Used to improve the accuracy and reliability of GNSS positioning information, EGNOS is designed to provide safety of life navigation services to aviation, maritime and land-based users across the EU. Part of the transition from the current version to Version 3 involves updating the…
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OBSERVER: EU-funded space R&I and Copernicus: creating game changing applications shaping our world

OBSERVER: EU-funded space R&I and Copernicus: creating game changing applications shaping our world nee@spacetec.p… Thu, 29/09/2022 – 11:26 In order to stay ahead in a dynamically changing world marked by growing competition and major technology shifts, the EU space sector requires continued, smart and coordinated investment strategies in cutting-edge technologies, innovation and skills. Similarly, the EU…
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EU Space is the key to robust, sustainable growth

On 27 September in Brussels, an event organised under the Czech Presidency of the Council of the European Union in the Prague House brought together thought leaders, decision makers and industry representatives from both the EU and the Czech Republic to discuss and debate issues relating to the EU Space Programme.  The topic up for…
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EU Space Week 2022 preview is here

EU Space Week 2022 (EUSW22) is set to put the spotlight on Europe’s dynamic – and rapidly growing – space sector. “As the hallmark event for the European space sector, EU Space Week is a unique opportunity to get an up close look at how European businesses – and society in general –benefit from the…
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Training Session on Monitoring Wildfires using EO Browser (Spanish)

ESA, the Water Observatory of the Faculty of Science and Technology of the National University of Itapúa, the Space Agency of Paraguay and the Joint Commission from Argentina and Paraguay for the Paraná River have organised an online training session dedicated to accessing Copernicus Sentinel data using EO Browser. Specifically, the training session will cover…
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17 NOVEMBER 2022: THE SAFETY AND SECURITY DIMENSION OF SPACE, EUROPEAN DEFENSE FUND AND ITS MULTIANNUAL PERSPECTIVE

  The session introduces the participants to the safety and security dimension of space. In particular, this session aims at giving a first overview on the European Defense Fund (EDF) and its multiannual perspective as one Union’s key initiatives to support collaborative defence research and development, and to foster an innovative and competitive defence industrial…
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OBSERVER: A wrap-up of Europe’s summer 2022 heatwave

OBSERVER: A wrap-up of Europe’s summer 2022 heatwave nee@spacetec.p… Thu, 22/09/2022 – 10:41 Data from the Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) show how unusually intense and widespread the heatwaves across Europe this summer have been. Together with prolonged dry periods, they have contributed to higher-than-average wildfire activity and severe droughts; and several countries have reported…
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ITT: EGNSS Additional Dissemination means

Galileo is the European global satellite navigation system, under civil control, which provides satellite positioning and timing services worldwide. The European Commission is currently specifying the long-term evolution of the European Global Navigation Satellite System  (EGNSS) Programme, including new services for Galileo and European Geostationary Navigation Overlay Service (EGNOS). Amongst these new services, Galileo High…
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Galileo-enabled receivers installed in Prague tramways

Multi-frequency satellite receivers using Galileo amongst other satellite navigation systems are helping to refine the position of Prague trams, ensuring high accuracy even in the dense development of the centre of Prague, showing deviations of no more than 2.5 metres. The Prague Public Transport Company (DPP) is gradually installing new receivers in all trams. It…
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