If “Data science is the sexiest job in the 21st century” as often mentioned, then we may say that “Earth Observation is certainly the funniest” FRANK S. MARZANO The demand for professional figures able to manage and interpret the growing availability and complexity of data has been increasing rapidly with the advent of new technologies. […]
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32 brilliant students concluded with success the 4th edition of the EODA Lab last June, the course run by Progressive Systems in the frame of the ESA Research and Service Support Large attendance was recorded to the 2020 edition of the Earth Observation Data Analysis – EODA Laboratory. The EODA course, taught by prof. Frank […]
“In the coming decades, the greatest challenge will be moving from big data toward creating value. What we have from Earth Observation offers tremendous possibilities for creative Earth Observation applications, researches and commercial exploitation. But it is fundamental cooperation, dialogue, open data, multidisciplinarity and innovative minds. If each of us brings a piece of the […]
The Solenix-led Consortium rolled out an update bringing a new set of features to the App Available from the 1st of April, the new version of the Copernicus Sentinel App comes with a brand-new set of features offering an upgraded experience to those who want to have an overview on the Copernicus Sentinels, the EU’s […]
On the 2nd of December Beniamino Abis, Research and Support Engineer for the ESA RSS service operated by Progressive Systems, joined the Coupled Climate-Ecology-Economy Modeling and Model Hierarchies workshop to discuss the interactions between climate systems, ecosystems, financial systems and the economy. Hosted by the Institut Henri Poincaré in Paris, the workshop was part of […]