RUS Training Session – Monitoring tropospheric NO2 concentration with Sentinel-5P – 22-23 Sept. 2021

RUS Copernicus is holding a remote hands-on training session over two half-days, where participants will access a Virtual Machine to exploit the open-source toolboxes available in the RUS environment, to download and process Sentinel-5P data, from their own laptop.  Sentinel-5P was launched in October 2017 to screen the Earth’s atmosphere and quantify different pollutants with a

RUS Webinar – Estimation of forest above-ground biomass with Sentinel-2 – 21 Sept. 2021

According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO, 2020), forests cover more than 31% of the total land area in the Earth. Forest ecosystem provides shelter for animals and maintains biodiversity, but also supplies the oxygen and plays a key role in global carbon cycle

RUS Training Session – Agriculture monitoring for ESA BIC Start-ups ǀ 9-10 Sept. 2021

RUS Copernicus is providing a hands-on practical training course on agriculture monitoring. This 2-day event is organised in partnership with ESA Space Solutions and hosted by ESA BIC Nord France.   As the world population grows, the demand increases for food, fuel and raw materials provided by agriculture. These growing needs

RUS Training Session – EO technologies for Agriculture – Introduction session – 9 Sept. 2021

Following the UN/Austria Symposium 2021 on “Space Applications for Food Systems”, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is offering a webinar series about the application of Earth Observation technologies for Agriculture, in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA), NASA Applied Remote

RUS Training Session – Contribution to CIVIS Summer School – 5 July 2021

The CIVIS Summer School, to be held from 28 June to 9 July 2021, aims at providing advanced training to young European environmental and Earth scientists about the latest geospatial methods applicable to environmental sciences, geography and urbanism, focusing on applications of the Copernicus satellites. On this occasion, RUS