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Global Workshop 2024

FROM EO DATA TO POLICY IMPACT

Open EO data in support of environmental, biodiversity, and climate policies

October 2 — October 4, 2024, Laxenburg, Austria

The Open-Earth Monitor Global Workshop 2024

Jointly organized by OpenGeoHub foundation (OGH) and the International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA), the Open-Earth-Monitor Global Workshop 2024 will bring together European and global actors in the field of open-source Earth Observation applications in policy, business, research and for society.

This international event will connect project partners, including data and environmental researchers, public and private sector developers, EU decision- and policymakers, representatives from global institutions, the business sector and civil society to discuss and test solutions to the greatest challenges in geospatial applications.

Through three days featuring international keynote speakers, oral presentations, poster presentations, and demonstrative workshops, the participants of the OEMC Global Workshop 2024 will explore valuable opportunities and establish tangible collaborations to improve geospatial research and application products in open-source.

Call for abstracts

Would you like to hold an oral presentation, workshop, or present a poster during the Open-Earth-Monitor Global Workshop 2024?

Submit your abstract via Pretalx before March 15th, 2024!

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Venue

Conference Center, Laxenburg, Austria

Open-Earth-Monitor Global Workshop 2023

Would you like to know more about the event? Check out the video sessions from the OEMC Global Workshop 2023 on the Open-Earth-Monitor Knowledge Hub.

About Open-Earth-Monitor

The Open-Earth-Monitor project aims to build a F.A.I.R.-compliant cyberinfrastructure to accelerate the uptake of environmental information and help build user communities at European and global levels.

Funded by the Horizon-Europe programme of the European Commission, a consortium of 23 partners led by the OpenGeoHub foundation will provide operational solutions and decision-making tools for European and global initiatives such as DestinE, Digital Twin Initiative, Fit for 55, UN sustainable development goals and more.

Key project deliverables and components of the cyberinfrastructure are:

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