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Knowledge Centre on Earth Observation

We enable the uptake of state-of-the-art knowledge from Earth Observation for EU policies and better regulation.

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PAGE | 6 September 2021
The Big Data from Space 2021 Conference emphasised not only on the insights that can be retrieved from big data from space but also on the exploitation of these insights for foresight...
PAGE | 6 September 2021
With the advent of massive internet computing at everyone’s fingertips, the practice of processing satellite images on local computers is coming to an end and Earth Observation is on its way to the ‘cloud’.
PAGE | 26 August 2021
Earth observation can contribute to both, providing a short-term humanitarian response to food crises and supporting the establishment of longer-term development cooperation to improve food security and increase...
PAGE | 23 July 2021
The Knowledge Centre on Earth Observation is a European Commission initiative to maximise the policy uptake of products and information from Copernicus, the Earth Observation (EO) programme of the EU. This is intended to be...
PAGE | 8 June 2021
Key benefits of EO for SDG monitoring are availability of multi-annual time series for change analysis, their capacity to enable stable observations and lastly, the cost-effectiveness to monitor...
PAGE | 28 May 2021
REDD+ aims at reducing emissions from deforestation and forest degradation in developing countries, recognising the role of conservation, sustainable management and enhancement of forests carbon stocks.
PAGE | 27 April 2021
Remote sensing and the services offered by the Copernicus Programme, have come to play an increasingly important role in support of biodiversity conservation and restoration.