European Association for Remote Sensing Companies

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  • eoMAG! Edition 58 | Summer 2019

    We have released the new eoMAG! at eomag.eu

    July 26, 2019
  • Press Release EARSC Awards 2019

    The EARSC annual cocktail was held in the Museum of Natural Sciences of Brussels. Standing between the exoskeletons of long extinct creatures we were happy to celebrate our ‘not so old in comparison’ 30 years anniversary. The highlight of our 2019 anniversary cocktail was the award ceremony that was sponsored this year by Planet Labs

    June 27, 2019
  • Press Release: EXPANDEO 2019

    On the 20th and 21st of June EARSC held the first edition of our annual EXPANDEO event, bringing together the Earth Observation market. In total, the event saw 160 attendees that either work in the EO industry, are institutional stakeholders or others who are affiliated with the Earth Observation Sector. This year was a special

    June 25, 2019
  • EO/GI Sector Skills Strategy

    We are pleased to inform the EO/GI community about the final version of the Space-Geospatial Sector Skills Strategy

    The needs of the sector are constantly evolving, and we believe that helping the industry to find workers with the right skills and ensuring that they acquire the skills they need to find productive employment is key to the sector economic innovation, growth and competitiveness, therefore EO4GEO aims to define a long-term and sustainable strategy to fill the gap between supply of and demand for the EO/GI education and training.

    June 4, 2019
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