Great presentation on how #copernicus can help understand climate change, by Hugo Zunker at the EUSPA event. Image shows land temperature and precipitation, estimated change through to 2090.
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Category: European Innovation Council
We are at the European Space Week, being held in Marseille from 3-6 December. Over 1000 delegates learning about the latest developments and business opportunities in GNSS and Copernicus.
Simon Chambers, MD of Axsysnav, is mentoring winners selected by the Copernicus Accelerator, for the third year running: “a great enabler to get your idea to market, this year there are many projects in the area of climate change, resource management, air quality monitoring and forest management”. The companies being mentored will benefit from one year’s coaching by dedicated European professionals.
The European Commission has estimated that between 2017 and 2035, Copernicus will generate at least €67 billion in benefits for European society. In economic terms, the sector has experienced an AGR of 17% on average between 2014 and 2017.
Contact us today for more details about how you can get involved in the Earth Observation industry!
The European Commission, in the frame of the H2020 programme, has re-appointed Simon Chambers, for the fourth consecutive year as a business mentor to help create innovation in the Earth Observation sector (safety, environment, transport and climate).
Private companies, equipped with an EO application idea, will benefit from business process mentoring in order to get their service to market as soon as possible.
SME from all over Europe are eligible for this support in order to foster innovation and create new opportunities in this exciting market. Have a look www.copernicus.eu
Simon Chambers is also a certified coaching for another EC programme, the H2020 SME Instrument and has performed over 20 assignments for private companies in Europe.