3edata presents results of its work at events of the Directorate-General for Defence Industry and Space and the European Space Agency

3edata presents different results of the European Commission’s Horizon programme projects (Water-ForCE y Nature FIRST), at two European events organised by DG DEFIS (Directorate-General for Defence Industry and Space), the EEA (European Environment Agency), the JRC (Joint Research Centre) and ESA (European Space Agency).

The first event is the 1st General Assembly of the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS) – https://clms-general-assembly.mailerpage.io/agenda). For this event DG DEFIS invited Dr. Carmen Cillero to present the results of the recently completed Water-ForCE project. This is a Horizon 2020 project that has included the definition of the roadmap for the water component of future Copernicus services. The Assembly will take place in a hybrid format on 3 and 4 June, and will be held in person in Antwerp, Brussels. This first Assembly includes discussions on CLMS plans and developments, exploration of use cases and user requirements, interactive market and poster sessions, as well as presentations on research projects and the strategic agenda.

The second event is the Environmental Crimes Workshop and the role of new Earth Observation technologies (https://envcrimes2024.esa.int/), organised by the European Space Agency and the Joint Research Centre, both bodies of the European Commission. At this seminar to be held in Frascati (Italy) on 11-12 June, 3edata and other project partners have been selected to present the preliminary results of the project. Nature FIRST, Forensic intelligence and remote sensing technologies for nature conservation. This Horizon Europe project, which is still under development, is generating different innovative solutions for biodiversity monitoring, including predictions, alerts, habitat mapping and land cover change detection, all applied using Earth Observation or Remote Sensing technologies. The communication accepted by ESA and JRC involves Boris Hinojo from 3edata, Jan Kees from Sensing Clues, Janka Faller and Linda van Duivenbode from dotSPACE, Ondrej Koporec from the Police Presidium (Slovakia), Gemma Prieto and Tania de la Fuente from SEPRONA’s Central Operational Environmental Unit (UCOMA-SEPRONA).

Programme of the first General Assembly of the CLMS: https://clms-general-assembly.mailerpage.io/agenda

Programme of the Environmental Crimes Workshop: https://www.conftool.pro/envcrimes2024/sessions.php