Training Actions 2021-12-01T13:52:17+00:00

EO4GEO Training Actions

Find here a list of current and past innovative and case-based training actions organized by EO4GEO

Featured training actions

EO4GEO MOOC: Landslide affecting Cultural Heritage sites – Roman Thermae of Baia

EO4GEO and ISPRA , the The Italian Institute for Environmental Protection and Research, invites you this November 2021 to a MOOC on the use of Earth Observation data and services to assess the landslide risk affecting Cultural Heritage sites.

The course will offer a learning path for a simple methodology to exploit ground displacement maps derived by satellite radar interferometry (InSAR).

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Landslide affecting Cultural Heritage sites – Roman Thermae of Baia

EO4GEO MOOC

December 2021

EO4GEO Open Online Course: CO2 budgets for municipalities – an introduction

Novogit and EO4GEO invites you to an online course focused on the use of different data sources for the management and analysis of CO2 budgets.

Participants will learn more about what a CO2 budget is, some data problems related to impact modelling and monitoring of CO2 emissions, limitations of Copernicus Climate Change Services and some basic principles of forecasting. The webinar is mainly targeting planners and GIS technicians at different levels in cities or municipalities.

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CO2 budgets for municipalities – An introduction

EO4GEO Open Online Course

December 2021

Training actions in the ‘integrated applications’ sub-sector

Webinar: Fast disaster response – satellite technologies for surface displacement monitoring

3 webinars about the usage of EO, GNSS and GIS technologies for fast disaster response with emphasis on surface displacement.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Webinar: A new Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) based on Copernicus programme and EO4GEO tools

A webinar to promote the new opportunities offered by the Copernicus Programme in dealing with the Common Agricultural Policy.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Workshop: Optical Earth observation data for landslide risk management

 An online workshop organized by EO4GEO and the University of Salzburg for discussing the use of optical EO data for landslide risk management.

EO4GEO Workshop

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Webinar: The rise of Artificial Intelligence for Earth Observation

A webinar for AI researchers and EO/GIS experts addressing the use of Artificial Intelligence algorithms in Earth Observation applications.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Workshop: Observing from space. Agriculture and environment

A workshop introducing the latest developments in emerging technologies such as geospatial technologies, GIS or IoT applied to agriculture.

EO4GEO Workshop

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Training actions in the ‘smart cities’ sub-sector

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Webinar: Identification of heat islands to support city planning

A webinar about Urban Heat Islands and the importance of their identification in a spatial planning context. A real-world case is presented from the city of Stockholm.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Webinar: Evaluation and planning of urban green structures

A webinar focused on the use of EO and GIS data for management and analysis of urban green structures. The action targets planners, GIS technicians, researchers and ecologists.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Webinar + Workshop: Heat islands and green infrastructure in urban areas

A webinar adressing the issue of urban heat islands and how to use EO-derived surface temperature maps to identify areas prone to heat stress in the urban environment.

EO4GEO Webinar + Workshop

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Training actions in the ‘climate change’ sub-sector

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Webinar: EO for urban greenery management

A webinar addressed to students and focused on understand how to acquire data on urban greenery and improve urban greenery management using remote sensing methods.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Webinar: Air quality monitoring and management

A webinar for planners and professionals at regional/city/municipal scale to provide basic knowledge about the primary principles of air quality monitoring and management.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Webinar: Early warning for disease epidemics at regional level

A webinar to gain basic knowledge about the development and application of an early warning system to help prevent outbreaks for mosquito borne diseases.

EO4GEO Webinar

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Workshop: EO and GI, a crucial tool to monitor and tackle climate change

An online workshop organized by EIT Climate-KIC where you will learn more about the use and applications of satellite data in climate-change related challenges.

Webinar: Active fire detection with Sentinel-3 data

A webinar on the basics of image processing for active fire detection, showing how to download, process, analyse and visualize Copernicus satellite data.

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Webinar: Solar resource and forecasting at municipality level

A webinar aimed to designate the potential role of solar energy resource and forecasting in solar farms’ efficient planning and operation.

EO4GEO Webinar

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EO4GEO Summer Schools

Intelligent Earth Observation

Recent advancements in artificial intelligence in EO*GI comprising topics such as analysis-ready data, data assimilation, machine learning, hybrid AI, data quality and reproducibility.

EO4GEO International Summer School

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Introduction to Satellite Remote Sensing

Focus on understanding Satellite Remote Sensing basic concepts and potential applications in support to risks management.

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