Open Data from Space
Satellite image of Europe
Sat, 31.08.2019, 2 pm CEST, Duration: 4h

The OK Lab Karlsruhe invites to open workshops and a lecture on satellite imagery: more than maps and navigation!

ESA's European satellite missions are constantly delivering new data from space. The Copernicus mission makes the satellite data available as Open Data. We want to inform about the image data and their possibilities.

These data are intended for authorities, citizens and various interest groups and we want to answer and discuss some questions: What is Open Data? How does Earth observation with remote sensing work? Which satellite data are freely available? How can I obtain the data and what can I use it for? We talk about their applications in agriculture and settlement development and present the project »Open Forecast: Open Data Services«.

Please note: In case of bad weather the event will not take place.

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OK Lab Karlsruhe

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