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EO4GEO Public Deliverables
Current supply of space/geospatial education and training
This report summarizes the analysis of existing studies in the space/geospatial sector; it analyses the results of a survey on supply of space/geospatial education & training among project partners and key stakeholders across Europe; it assesses a collection of EO/GIS training resources available on the WWW.
Workshop on demand for space/geospatial education and training
Report of the workshop held in Castellón de la Plana (Spain) May 30th 2018. This report integrates views of partners and stakeholders on the current demand for EO and GI skills and occupational profiles.
Demand for space/geospatial education and training and priority occupational profiles
The report summarizes the work done for the identification of demand for skills, competences and knowledge in the space/geospatial sector. It covers an analysis of related studies, a survey among employers and employees on requested job profiles semi-structured interviews with market representatives carried out to obtain complementary, qualitative information to the survey.
Trends and challenges in the space/geospatial sector
The report describes the major trends that are relevant to and have an impact on the space/geospatial sector. It is focused on the technological (including general ICT) and non-technological aspects (soft skills developments). It analyses not only the geospatial trends but also all other relevant trends and opportunities having an impact on geospatial world.
Skills shortages, gaps and mismatches between supply and (future) demand
This document integrates analysis of both the demand for and supply of EO/GI skills in Europe, by bringing results and findings of previous and new analyses together, with the goal to identify skills needs and mismatches in the EO/GI sector. The deliverable also includes a report of the workshop held in Patras (Greece) on December 4th 2018.
This document presents the strategic views under the Space/Geospatial Sector Skills Strategy. It proposes a concrete vision, mission and goals that will be used in the definition of a long-term action plan to address short- and medium-term skills needs in the areas of skills, knowledge and competences.
This report provides an integrated analysis of the current BoK, including identification of concepts relevant to EO and Copernicus. Based on this, an overview has been given about the way the BoK will be set-up and maintained (including definition of concepts and relationships between them). Additionally the roles of experts, editors and administrators is discussed, as well as a first look into potential tools.
High level capacity building seminars and events (1)
This report contains, for each event organised in the first year, the announcement, the Agenda, the list of participants and the main outcomes of the event.
It is organised in two sections: the first one includes the results achieved for the first year and the second part includes the description of the planned High Level Capacity Building seminars, with focus on those planned in 2019
High level capacity building seminars and events (2)
The purpose of this report is to describe, for each event organised in the period, the announcement, the agenda, the list of participants and the main outcomes of the event.
The annual deliverable is organised in two sections: the first one includes the results achieved for the reported year; while the second part includes the description of the planned High-Level Capacity Building seminars, with focus, in this report, on those planned in 2020.
This document describes the work for identifying business processes models and occupational profiles. Based on each contributor expertise, different types of workflows were collected and analyzed, in line with Business Process Model and Notation mapping language. Based on this general tasks and occupational profiles were derived for designing GI and EO curricula in support of Copernicus
This document is a guide summarizing the main features of the EO4GEO mobility programme and providing indications and useful information for users to better exploit internship / project work opportunities.
This document describes the way of defining the case-based scenarios for the three sub-sectors integrated applications, smart cities, and climate change. Starting with the mapping of relevant actors, a set of scenarios is derived. They are used to define appropriate training actions which the different actors can provide.
This document provides an overview of available remote sensing data, methods and tools relevant for the selected case-based scenarios. These data and techniques are considered as the horizontal domain that underpins the teaching/learning activities in the three sub-sectors: integrated applications, smart cities and climate change.
Remote sensing data sources and information extraction techniques/tools for the case-based scenarios are compiled in the form of interactive catalogue and made available in the Curriculum Design Tool to feed into educational structures to address the issues defined in the scenarios