Flooding is a recurrent phenomenon in Austria. Every year sees at least several smaller-scale flooding events occurring in different parts of the territory. While the extent and duration of these events are limited, the monitoring and documentation are of high importance because of the impact of these events on society and economy. The ACube4Floods project […]
SAVE THE DATE EODC Forum 2021 on June 8, 2021 in Vienna, Austria Due to the Covid-19 pandemic the EODC forum 2020 unfortunately had to be cancelled. However, we are already working on planning next year’s EODC forum 2021 and look forward to seeing you there! Our fifth annual EODC Forum will […]
EODC fully supports the strategies and guidelines being implemented by the Austrian Federal Government and is taking measures to protect its staff and others. Currently all our staff is active from “Home Office”. We do not expect this to have any significant impact on our operations, which will continue as normal. Stay safe, stay at […]
Several universities have come together to construct Austria’s most powerful supercomputer, Vienna Scientific Cluster 4 (VSC-4), which ranks 82 in the TOP500 list.
Interview with Wolfgang Wagner, Professor for Remote Sensing and Head of the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation at the TU Wien; Co-founder and Senior Researcher at the EODC Earth Observation Data Centre Please find the full interview here: More
In the fifth issue of DriDanube’s newsletter you can read about the following: Outcomes of the DriDanube Final conference – Danube Drought Conference, held on 7-8 May 2019 in Vienna Drought Strategy – what is the newly developed Drought Strategy about and how it can help in the future Repository of drought impacts across […]