The European Commission has adopted new rules that will allow a range of modern technologies to be used when carrying out checks for area-based (Common Agricultural Policy) CAP payments.
The key to monitoring Earth's changing environment and to guaranteeing a consistent stream of satellite data to improve our daily lives is to take the same measurements over the course of decades.
Today marks 43 years since the European Space Agency (ESA) was established. Happy birthday ESA!
Airbus has formed a consortium with seven European organisations to lead the development of the Space CARBon Observatory (SCARBO) project.
The EO4GEO Sector Skills Alliance aims at reducing the skills gap between the supply and demand of education and training in the Space/geospatial sector, as well as supporting the use of Copernicus data and services.
Less than two weeks after it was launched, the Copernicus Sentinel-3B satellite has delivered its first images of Earth. Exceeding expectations, this first set of images include the sunset over Antarctica, sea ice in the Arctic and a view of northern Europe.
The second Sentinel-3 satellite, Copernicus Sentinel-3B, was launched today, joining its identical twin Sentinel-3A in orbit. This pairing of satellites increases coverage and data delivery for the European Union’s Copernicus environment programme.
The Airbus-operated SpaceDataHighway has begun regularly relaying data from the Sentinel-2A satellite, after the successful end of the commissioning period. This marks the start of the SpaceDataHighway service using all four Copernicus Sentinel satellites and the beginning of a new era for space-based imagery users.