We are pleased to announce the seven Earth Observation (EO) Evangelists. On this day, during the 1st FIRE Forum event, on behalf of the FIRE project coordinator, the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC), Mr Emmanuel Pajot, EARSC Secretary General announced at a special ceremony during the FIRE Forum the names of the EO Evangelists.
Are you interested in becoming the first ever Earth Observation Evangelist? FIRE is looking for charismatic professionals from various sectors
FIRE, the industry-led Forum for Innovation and Research in European Earth Observation, is inviting luminaries from six key sectors – agriculture, energy, raw materials, infrastructure, marine, and urban, with an affinity for technology to express their interest in becoming the first ever Earth Observation (EO) “evangelists”. As influencers in their respective sectors, the EO Evangelists […]
How can different sectors make use of Earth Observation? The EU-funded project FIRE has gathered user needs through focus group discussions across six key sectors
FIRE, the industry-led Forum for Innovation and Research in European Earth Observation, has completed a key milestone this week by concluding its first round of focus group discussions on user needs from six key sectors – agriculture, energy, raw materials, infrastructure, marine, and urban spaces. The identified challenges and needs will help in shaping Europe’s […]
Through SMURBS – an H2020-funded project with a focus on urban resilience, aiming to empower different stakeholders with EO-enabled solutions for decision-making – a large community from cities across Europe has already been involved in identifying user needs and designing EO solutions towards addressing these needs. FIRE will benefit from the project’s findings as well […]
User needs from across the value chain of key sectors are a major input to FIRE’s endeavor. For the Marine sector, Pôle Mer Bretagne Atlantique has now joined as a strong partner with a history of promoting the use of space-based data and technologies. As FIRE’s Sector Lead for Marine, the outreach to their more […]
The European Association for Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) is leading a project in response to a call from the European Commission to develop a strategic roadmap for the Earth Observation sector. This project, FIRE, the industry-led Forum for Innovation and Research in European Earth Observation, has now started its activities to shape the Research and […]