Consortium

MARINE-EO teams up a group of 5 maritime authorities, and a group of 4 prestigious scientific and technical organizations with significant experience in EO and maritime matters.

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Marine-EO First Review Meeting

Marine-EO Consortium on track after the 1st Review Meeting

Friday 3 November, 2017

On the 26th of October the Marine-EO partners, together with the EC Project Officer and a panel of 3 experts, had, in Brussels, the project first review meeting.
The Project Coordinator, the Lead Procurer and WP Leaders had the opportunity to show to the EC the progress of the project and the work carried out until now.
The presentations focused mainly on the Tender process that will be launched until the end of the year.

MARINE-EO in the Copernicus Info Day

Thursday 2 November, 2017

MARINE-EO project participated in the Copernicus Info Day organized on 30th of October 2017 in Veneto Region by IEST (Copernicus Relay & Academy Member) and NEREUS which had as purpose to emphasize on the European Satellite Programme activities and provide real examples of its use by Regions and Enterprises allowing best understanding by citizens, local authorities, and SMEs the benefits for humanity of Space uses, Copernicus and its Networks.

Marine-EO at the Conference On Innovation Procurement

Wednesday 25 October, 2017

During the Conference on Innovation Procurement, in Tallinn, Estonia, the representatives from the Marine-EO project (DGPM and FRCT) had the opportunity to share the legal and technical challenges of a PCP among similar European projects. The event also allowed to establish a more direct contact with the EAFIP initiative that may result in a future invitation of Marine-EO to share the PCP experience with other newcomers to this area.

Industry day

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

MARINE-EO Industry Day

Registration is now closed

July 12th, 2017

Venue: IPMA-Algés, Av. de Brasília 6, 1449-006 Lisboa

The Marine-EO "Industry Day" (Open market Consultation) is organized in order to inform the industry for the PCP procedure of the project and the project requirements regarding the implementation phase. This is an important opportunity to industries across Europe to engage with this project and to start preparing a bid for the Pre-Commercial Procurement by themselves or in a Consortium.

Industry Day Agenda

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

The Agenda for the Open Market Consultation & Brokerage Event is now available. Around 100 of the most relevant Earth Observation players in the EU will be together in Lisbon to explore the exciting new opportunities that this project has to offer.

For those who can't be in Lisbon, the organization will broadcast the entire event on the project’s website, at the following link: http://www.yal.pt/marine-eo/.

MARINE-EO Industry Day: Open Market Consultation and Brokerage Event

Wednesday 17 May, 2017

This all-day event is organized by the MARINE-EO Consortium in collaboration with the European Commission in order to inform potential tenderers (industries, SMEs, start-ups, research centers, universities etc.) and end-users about the project objectives and the PCP procedure, while at the same time to broach the views of the market about the intended R&D scope.

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  • Copernicus for Agriculture industry workshop

    The Agriculture sector can vastly benefit from Copernicus full free and open data and information. The Copernicus programme already interacts with different stakeholders from the agricultural sector and the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service has a number of information products which can be relevant for the Agriculture domain. However, the full potential of the Copernicus programme in support of agriculture can be further developed and exploited.

  • SPACED workshop: Using Earth Observations to Protect Natural Landscapes

    Europe’s latest generation of satellites are opening up a frontier of possibilities to observe the natural environment from above. Monitoring cross-scale geosphere-biosphere interactions at regional to continental scales, addressing long-term and large-scale environmental and ecological challenges is essential.

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