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EO4GEO Training Material Catalogue
The training catalogue contains material developed in EO4GEO together with pointers to external training material. The material covers mostly resources for educators/instructors who look for teaching material in a state-of-the-art form of presentation.
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The course material consists of 5 videos about Earth Observation technologies and capabilities made especially for decision-makers and everyone that wants to gain insight into EO and its contribution in various fields.
In this course students will get an introduction to the main ideas and tools to acquire reproducible research practices. Special emphasis is given to literate programming and how to create reproducible notebooks.
The programming course introduces the student the basics of the Leaflet library to create simple web-based maps. It provides examples to handle base maps and vector data with Leaflet.js. This course is in Spanish language.
This is a training material on Introduction to Remote Sensing containing basic definitions, satellite data sources and brief description of Copernicus services with particular focus on the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service.
This module gives an overview of the non-technical aspects related to Spatial Data Infrastructures (SDI). In an SDI several technical and non-technical components work together. This module is targeting process owners and managers.
Spatial data are widely used in public and private organisations. However, the data are often difficult to find, access, use and combine. Spatial data infrastructures (SDI) are a solution to this lack of accessibility and interoperability.
This is an introductory course to GIS including basic information on: Geographic Information Systems, raster and vector models, coordinate systems, attribute and spatial queries, simple analysis using geoprocessing tools and data visualization.
Random Forests (RF) is one of the most popular machine learning classifiers due to its capability to obtain good classification results with a relatively reduced number of training samples and user-defined parameters.
Quantifying the quality of satellite, aero and drone data products by decomposing the inherent uncertainty components is a very challenging task. This course provides an overview of EO data validation procedures and frameworks.
A a brief introductory presentation to the Erasmus+ EO4GEO project. EO4GEO is an Erasmus+ Sector Skills Alliance gathering 26 partners from 13 EU countries. This presentation is available in English, Italian, Spanish and German.
This introductory course in remote sensing and (satellite) image analysis covers the basic analysis workflow. It requires a lecture or any other introductory class in the theoretical fundamentals of remote sensing.
Other online training resources
Find below a selection of available EO training resources coming from Copernicus programme, related organisations or private initiatives.
You will find courses of different levels and different themes. Almost all resources are free or at a low cost.
ESA EO Education and Training
A wide range of education, training and capacity building activities and resources.
RUS Training programme
Free access to face-to-face training sessions, online webinars and e-learning courses.
Free training materials to understand how to use and interpret satellite data.
Copernicus YouTube channel
Training videos, presentations and demonstrations on Copernicus programme.
Earth Observation training courses in numerous domains.
Online platform to learn GIS and Earth Observation.
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