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The European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) is the European organization which –on a non-profit basis– promotes the use of Earth Observation (EO) technology and especially the companies in Europe which offer EO-related products and services. We are a membership based organisation with the mission to foster the development of the European EO geo-information services industry.
More information on our activities can be found on this site and in other tools which we develop on behalf of our members. All our on-line information and services can be accessed through the links at the top of this page. Our goal is to provide a rich source of information about the sector and the products on offer; we would welcome your contribution and / or your views via the contact form or via the EO Forum in the EARSC EO Portal.
If your company is based in Europe and is using or delivering EO products and services to customers then why not join us? Whether your objective is to increase awareness, reinforce your products and services, identify new business opportunities, or networking with other players in the sector, we can help.
Recognising a need to structure products and services, EARSC prepared and issued the first version of the EARSC Taxonomy for the EO Services Market in February 2012. As it is intended to be a living document, a new version is being issued now in August 2015. Read more
The workshop “Improving EO services industry involvement in EU space programmes and initiatives” organised by EARSC with the support of the European Commission will take place on 26 April 2017 from 9:30 to 17:00 at Breydel Auditorium in DG-GROW in Brussels .
Brussels, 23 November 2016.
Three concrete cases have been analysed in the frame of the study “Assessing the detailed economic benefits derived from Copernicus Earth Observation (EO) data within selected value chains”, undertaken by EARSC under an assignment from the European Space Agency (ESA).
The MAEOS study is examining the context in which the many EO services companies are operating and the extent to which new trends such as the projected (anticipated) market share increase for geospatial web services can be addressed through a Marketplace.
Tuesday 20th June from 16h45-18h30
Alongside the 11th GEO European Projects Workshop (19 – 21 June 2017, Helsinki)
Duration: 1h 45 min
Following the great success of previous years, EARSC is pleased to announce the 2017 European EO Services Company Achievement award. Read more
Organizers: ESA, in cooperation with EARSC
Participants/invitees: European and Canadian Space industry
Time and place: 09.00-16.30, June 7 2016, ESRIN, Frascati
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(Guildford, UK, May 2017) Earth-i, the innovative British distributor of Earth Observation imagery and services, has teamed up with Harwell-based WeatherSafe – leaders in the application of big data analytics to meet agricultural challenges – to support the coffee farmers of Burundi through Earth-i’s ACCORD programme.
The Copernicus Sentinel-1 satellites are being used to detect and better evaluate management practices of grasslands in Estonia.
(18 May, 2017) The European Union Satellite Centre (SatCen) has awarded a Framework Contract for the supply of the Copernicus Service in Support to EU External Action Geospatial Production , for a maximum value of 7.5 million euro, to a consortium of European industries led by e-GEOS – a joint venture between Telespazio (80%) and the Italian Space Agency (20%).
The European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT) will hold an information day for European industry on the procurement process for a key data access element of the EU’s Copernicus environment monitoring programme, at its Darmstadt headquarters on 1 June.