Network of Resources

An ecosystem of EO resources for data, software, applications and IT services in the cloud

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The increasing size of available satellite mission data sets, together with Information Computer Technology (ICT) advances has resulted in a paradigm shift. Data do not need any more to be downloaded by the user to their local machine for further processing, on the contrary it is the user who can find the data and process them in cloud environments hosted by ICT providers with expandable processing capabilities.

The Network of Resources (NoR) is an ESA initiative to facilitate the use of cloud environments by users, building on and enlarging the previous Open Science for Earth Observation (OSEO) call.

The NoR call supports research, development and pre-commercial users to innovate their working practices, moving from a data download paradigm towards a bring the user to the data paradigm, considered essential for maintaining competitiveness of European data exploitation.

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Big Data from Space 2021

May 18 - May 20

The 2021 online edition of the Big Data from Space conference will emphasise not only on the insights that can be retrieved from Big Data from Space but also on the exploitation of these insights for foresight, that is our capacity of foreseeing. This capacity is becoming increasingly important given the pace at which our …

May 18
Big Data from Space 2021

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The @FoodSystems Pre-Summit aims to deliver an inclusive, evidence-based approach by convening:

- Youth
- Farmers
- Indigenous peoples
- Researchers
- Civil society
- Government leaders

...and many more, to achieve sustainable #FoodSystems for all!


Check out how the Forest Flux project will benefit future Forestry TEP users interested in #forest #carbon flux monitoring: #forestry @VTTFinland @simosol_oy @helsinkiuni @isagronomia

37th general assembly of the European Seismological Commission (ESC), 19-24 Sept'21

Session on Seismicity & Geodynamics in Corinth Gulf & other Near Fault Observatories:

Submit your abstract before 19 Apr'21:

#EO4Water Cycle Science 2020, join now the Hydro Climatic Extreme Session. We would like to welcome in the panel: Peter Bauer @ECMWF, Joan Campanyà @GeolSurvIE, Anne Springer @UNIBonn and Maria Jose Escorihuela @isardSAT watch live👉!


Tune in. Lots to learn. Plus our Polar TEP poster on Tuesday afternoon.

#DYK that #Australia is surrounded by around 11 000 km of mangrove-lined coast?
As more people move closer to coastal zones, the risk to mangroves increases: dumping of waste, fish farming, sea level rise and climate change all contribute to destroying mangrove's ecosystems.