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...
The workshop “Copernicus Nutzbar Machen” (in German language) was held on the 30 May 2017 at the Austrian Federal Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry, Environment and Water Management (BMLFUW).
The aim of the workshop was to present the possible use of Copernicus data for sovereign tasks of Austrian public services by means of six concrete applications in the fields of water, agriculture and forestry. The project DriDanube has been presented in the block “agriculture” and discussed with Austrian stakeholders. About 40 participants from Austrian ministries, EO companies and research institutions were presented concrete applications and the usability of remote sensing data could be illustrated.
The agenda and presentations are available at the following link for download:
Further information about the Interreg project DriDanube is available at: