Drought management is in many aspects still based on “ad hoc” response. Therefore, the main objective of the new project DriDanube is to enhance drought resilience in the Danube region by introducing recently developed monitoring and risk assessment tools. EODC plays a vital role in this project, because data volume (mainly from satellite) and complexity […]
The amount of data available and produced every day is exploding – data has become an important raw material that is of high importance in nearly every industry sector worldwide. Thereby a vital data economy and a successfully working Data-Services Ecosystem in Austria is one of the factors to enable and ensure sustainable employment and […]
On the 8th of October, 2015 a workshop at the Austrian Economic Chambers will deal with the EODC, satellite data in general, and how companies may profit from them. Further reading in the following paragraph (only german, or on the Austrian Economic Chamber’s website). Der Arbeitskreis Geodaten trifft sich am 8. Oktober 2015 und beschäftigt […]
The Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (“Bundesministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Wirtschaft – BMWFW”) is hosting a series of Lectures called “Aus den Leistungsvereinbarungen”. Wolfgang Wagner, Professor for remote sensing at TU Wien and Head of Science at EODC, presented the EODC and its role in enabling the cooperation between academic, public […]
During the week of the annual European Geosciences Union (EGU) meeting in Vienna, “Google Geo for Research and Higher Education” and the Department of Geodesy and Geoinformation invite you to a free hands-on workshop at TU Wien. It will provide an introduction to Google Earth Engine for geospatial data analysis. The workshop will be held […]
Wolfgang Wagner, Head of Science at the EODC, gave an invited talk at the International Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Technical Commission VII mid-term symposium in Istanbul, Turkey, about the EODC and current challenges on working with Big Data in Earth observation. You may download the respective conference paper here.
In response to the hugely successful “TEP Request for Information” call from last year, ESA has established a Community Forum: https://earth.esa.int/web/guest/tep-forum Read the EODC post
EODC members contribute an abstract to this years European Geophysical Union (EGU) conference in Vienna. You can find the abstract here: EGU2014-13077 (pdf)