Copernicus Masters Kick-off at the Geospatial World Forum 2019

4 April 2019, 11:30 – 13:00 CEST at the Taets Art and Event Park  Amsterdam, The Netherlands

The Future of Earth Observation

In near future, Earth observation will involve seamless integration of new technologies, sensing modalities and unconventional data sources. The explosion in demand, to meet the growing needs of global population, climate change, etc., ensures that as technology leaps forward, the Earth observation industry too will head towards a revolutionary model imbibing different aspects of EO data capture. The future of EO is going to be about innovative solutions, developments and ideas that will impact businesses and society alike. Launched in 2011, the Copernicus Masters has been discovering the next generation of EO applications, providing a unique insight into the future trends from the entrepreneur’s perspective. Partners of the Copernicus Masters come together in this session to discuss their take on the Future of EO and how to get involved. A mix of institutional and industrial organizations, topics such as technology integration (AI, IoT, Big Data), and new technologies (Drones/UAVs) will be explored from different perspectives.

Key Note: The Future of Earth observation and the Copernicus Masters

Daniela Dobreva-Nielsen, AZO

Daniela Dobreva-Nielsen

Business Development Anwendungszentrum GmbH Oberpfaffenhofen

The Copernicus Masters is open for submissions!

The Geospatial World Forum is the kick-off event for the Copernicus Masters 2019 submission phase! Daniela Dobreva-Nielsen from AZO will be holding a key note about the future of Earth observation, eight years of Copernicus Masters and why you should participate in the competition.

 

The objectives of the Copernicus Masters:

  • Create awareness for the European Copernicus programme
  • Promote use of the technology for new application fields
  • Support entrepreneurs and start-up companies
  • Matchmake between industry, research and the Earth observation startup community
  • Strengthen international collaboration with a focus on the development of applications and services made possible by the European Copernicus programme
Date: 4 April 2019
Time: 11:30 - 13:00 CEST
Venue: Jeanne d'Arc, Building 43 at the Taets Art and Event Park, Amsterdam
Get inspired by the speeches of our partners and learn more about the 2019 Copernicus Masters challenges!
Following the presentations, Daniela Dobreva-Nielsen will moderate a panel discussion.