Upcoming events

February 15, 2016

Rome , Italy
Monday February 15, 2016 — Tuesday February 16, 2016

February 23, 2016

Vien , Austria
Tuesday February 23, 2016

Silicon Valley , USA
Tuesday February 23, 2016 — Wednesday February 24, 2016

February 25, 2016

Dubai, UAE ,
Thursday February 25, 2016 — Friday February 26, 2016

March 01, 2016

Munich , Germany
Tuesday March 1, 2016 — Thursday March 3, 2016

March 02, 2016

Amsterdam , Netherlands
Wednesday March 2, 2016 — Friday March 4, 2016

March 03, 2016

Brussels , Belgium
Thursday March 3, 2016

Berlin , Germany
Thursday March 3, 2016 — Friday March 4, 2016

March 08, 2016

March 09, 2016

Warsaw , Poland
Wednesday March 9, 2016

March 11, 2016

Brussels , Belgium
Friday March 11, 2016
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Join Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial conference 2016 in Bonn!


The Free and Open Source Software for Geospatial conference (FOSS4G) is the annual global event of the Open Source Geospatial Foundation (OSGeo.org). Although widely recognized as the largest Geospatial Open Source conference, the organizers also call FOSS4G an “event”, because it is far more than “just” a conference. A FOSS4G includes talks, code sprints, bird-of-a-feather sessions, workshops, social events and lots of other attractive smaller and larger happenings within a 8 day lasting week.

Catapult Roadshow 2016


The Satellite Applications Catapult would like to invite you to join us on our 2016 Roadshow. We’ll be visiting 10 venues across the UK, providing updates on the Catapult’s activities, discussing new initiatives and sharing details about our market focused programmes.

Thales Alenia Space has Signed €450 Million ESA Contract to Build Sentinel-3C and D Satellites for Copernicus Program


Cannes, Cote d’Azur, France, 2016/02/09 – Thales Alenia Space is celebrating today the signing with the European Space Agency (ESA), for the contract worth €450 million, to build the Sentinel-3C and D environmental monitoring and oceanographic satellites for the European program Copernicus.

Next Landsat spacecraft would launch two years sooner under White House plan


by Debra Werner and Brian Berger — February 10, 2016. The U.S. Geological Survey is also seeking $2.2 million to acquire Landsat-like data from Europe’s Sentinel-2 satellites.

Online Portal Improves Access to Geoscience Data from Africa


The Botswana Geoscience Institute (BGI) is launching a Geoscience Portal that provides free access to multi-disciplinary datasets from Ngamiland, a district in the country’s northwest, for a period of one year.

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