The project aims to enable a better utilisation of Earth Observation (EO) data by bringing together a wide range of stakeholders. From academic and research organisations to SME, the project seeks to connect diverse and sometimes contrasting actors, within the data value added chain.
Consortium members include 23 organisations from 16 countries within the Balkans, North Africa and Middle East regions. Together they have joined forces to establish a multi-regional coordination network.
Looking to facilitate access to various types of data, the project will set-up a new Regional Data Hub. Acting as a one-stop-shop for data and open to all, the Hub aims thus to support the development of new geo-based innovative services.
Discover the project at geocradle.eu
Novi Sad Workshop
Taking place in the picturesque background of Novi Sad, the event will gather diverse organisations along the data value-added service chain.
The workshop will be a great opportunity for both private and public stakeholders, to discuss transformational issues affecting the uptake and use of geo-information services.
The round table discussions will bring together confirmed operational users of EO services and data providers, as well as interested and potential users with the aim of promoting knowledge transfer and cross-sector fertilization of good practices.
Furthermore, the session will showcase innovation incubators and funding opportunities for start-ups looking to develop info-information services.