@ The Brisbane Exhibition Centre
4 November 2016
08:30 to 14:30 (Lunch included)
The Copernicus Program is the most comprehensive long-term operational Earth-Observing mission ever conceived, and implementation is well under way. 4 of the dedicated Sentinel satellites are now on-orbit, with many more to come, and date is already flowing to Australia's Regional Copernicus Data Access/Analysis Hub.
Come along to this joint Australian-European workshop to learn how your agency, company or activity can engage with Copernicus.
Copernicus is being delivered by the European Commission (EC) in partnership with the European Space Agency (ESA), EUMETSAT and other partners ... including only two international partners: the United States and Australia.
The workshop will provide you with the most up-to-date info on the status and plans of Copernicus, and include interactive sessions aimed at:
- Discussing the Australia-European Union partnership on Copernicus
- Identifying opportunities for projects that support the goals of Copernicus
- Providing feedback that may inform future evolution of Copernicus and the Australia-European Union partnership
Participants for this workshop would be representatives from industry, state/territorygovernment, research community, non-government and those people familiar with working in the South-East Asia/South Pacific region.