- Raise and enhance the awareness of Copernicus data and information to new and existing users.
- Demonstrate and provide hands- on training on how to access and
use Copernicus data and information.
- Bring together domain experts, experienced, and new users of Copernicus data and information, to share insights about current developments and opportunities.
DAY ONE, Thursday 13th February
- Users presenting and sharing their experiences on the use and uptake of Copernicus data and information.
- European key speakers providing an overview on the current status of the Copernicus programme and how it can provide benefits to European societies.
- Networking and poster session illustrating the practical uses of Copernicus data and information across four thematic areas: Emergency, Land, Marine and Atmosphere.
- Panel discussions exploring opportunities and challenges in the use of Copernicus data and information.
DAY TWO, Friday 14th February
- Four parallel hands-on half-day training workshops demonstrating the practical use and application of Copernicus data and information across the following thematic areas:
- Emergency Management:Applications addressed include natural disasters, man-made emergency situations, and humanitarian crises
- Land Monitoring: Applications addressed include agricultural monitoring, water availability monitoring, soil erosion monitoring, forestry monitoring, soil sealing and land take
- Atmosphere Monitoring: Applications addressed include air quality monitoring including ozone, UV & solar energy, emissions, and climate forcing
- Marine Monitoring: Applications addressed include marine environment monitoring (sea surface temperature, salinity), support of the Marine Strategy Frame
Open forum and plenary discussion summarising the main conclusions from the event.
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