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Webinar

The future of Earth Observation
data dissemination systems

23 June, 14.00 - 15.00 CEST

 

Webinar "The future of Earth Observation data dissemination systems"

We all have ambitious goals related to digital transformation, climate protection and running a more sustainable economy in various market sectors. Earth Observation plays a key role in producing data and solutions for observing, analyzing, and simulating complex interrelated processes that enable higher efficiency. New satellite constellations with high resolution instruments enable more precise analysis and forecasts. At the same time, they require more efficient and reliable technologies, including next generation cloud computing to acquire, store, process and disseminate exponentially growing volumes of EO data.
 

During the webinar, CloudFerro and invited experts will present trends and challenges related to large-scale EO data dissemination systems, Copernicus programme and future directions for Europe. You will also learn about various use cases showing user perspective, needs and requirements for this type of solutions. Together with our guests we will share the best practices and lessons learned from delivering, operating, maintaining and exploiting large-scale EO data platforms and discuss possible ways of increasing efficiency.

 

WHEN: Wednesday, 23 June, 14.00 – 15.00 CEST

 

AGENDA:

1. Challenges facing large-scale EO data dissemination systems – Stanislaw Dalek, CTO CloudFerro
2. European Copernicus programme facing big data dissemination challenges - current situation and trends – Daniel Quintart, Legal Expert, DG Grow, European Commission
3. Best practices and lessons learned from delivering and operating large-scale platforms for EO data dissemination - Stanislaw Dalek, CTO CloudFerro
4. Earth Observation Science in a Big Earth data era: Challenges and opportunities for scientists and end users – Prof. Dr. Thomas Blaschke, University of Salzburg, Department of Geoinformatics
5. Conclusions and Q&A session – Stanislaw Dalek, CTO CloudFerro

 

DURING THE WEBINAR YOU WILL LEARN:

  • trends and challenges related to large-scale EO data dissemination systems, Copernicus programme and future directions for Europe.
  • various use cases showing user perspective, needs and requirements for this type of solutions.
  • best practices and lessons learned from delivering, operating, maintaining and exploiting large-scale EO data platforms
  • ways of increasing efficiency of EO solutions

 

PARTICIPANTS:

Join our webinar if you represent:

National space agencies, sponsors of Earth Observation platform projects, institutions of public administration, research & science and commercial sectors who build and make a professional use of EO data.

Meet the speakers

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Daniel
Quintart
European Commission
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Stanisław
Dałek
CloudFerro
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Prof.
Dr. Thomas Blaschke
University of Salzburg
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Daniel Quintart
European Commission
Daniel Quintart is a legal expert with the European Commission working in the fields of IPR and information technology. He joined the Copernicus programme in 2011 to draft the Copernicus data and information policy Regulation. He is currently focusing his work on big data challenges and solutions for Copernicus.
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Stanisław Dałek
CloudFerro
Stanisław Dałek is Chief Technology Officer of CloudFerro. He is responsible for technology development, research and innovation. His areas of interest include distributed storage and processing of big data sets (EO and non-EO), based on open-source cloud technology. Stanisław has long term expertise in designing and building IT and cloud solutions, being the founder of several successful startups in the IT area.
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Prof. Dr. Thomas Blaschke
University of Salzburg
Prof. Dr. Thomas Blaschke is a Professor at the Department of Geoinformatics – Z_GIS, University of Salzburg, Austria, and directs the Doctoral College GIScience. His research interests include methodological issues of the integration of GIS and remote sensing. He is author, co-author or editor of 360 scientific publications including 17 books and received several academic awards, including the Christian Doppler Prize.