EUMETSAT will also start to extract marine products at its multi-mission facilities in Darmstadt and to deliver these, as well as other products from Jason-3, EUMETSAT and other third party missions from the US, China, India, in a unique data stream available across the EU and EUMETSAT’s Member States. To find out more about EUMETSAT’s activities in oceanography, please take a look at the new oceanographic brochure here
To prepare users to access this unique and integrated Marine data stream, the European Commission and EUMETSAT are pleased to invite you to attend a “Copernicus Users Information Day”, planned to take place at EUMETSAT headquarters (Darmstadt, Germany) on 11 September 2015. For interested users, EUMETSAT will also host a WebEx Meeting for the plenary sessions only. A 1-pager presenting the Information Day and its programme is enclosed.
Please note that participation on site will be limited to 120 Pax. Therefore, early registration is important.
To register for the Information day, or to register for the WebEx Meeting, please visit the dedicated website
EARSC workshop Procuring Copernicus Services-a public-private effort (17June2015, Brussels) final.pdf
Copernicus Users Information Day – 2nd announcement.pdf