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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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:

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.

Marine-EO: All eyes on Horizon 2020’s first Earth Observation Pre-Commercial Procurement

Thursday 23 February, 2017

The 1st Pre-Commercial Procurement (PCP) for Earth Observation services officially started on January 1st, 2017. Comprising of 9 partners from Greece, Portugal, Spain and Norway, the Consortium within a time span of 47 months will set the processes for publishing a call for tender that will invite the EO industry to develop robust innovative solutions beyond the current state-of-the art in the fields of both (i) maritime environment monitoring and (ii) security.

Kick-off Meeting in Athens

Friday 13 January, 2017

Marine-EO official kick-off meeting took place on January 12th, 2017 at the NCSR Demokritos premises in Athens. Representatives from all the 9 partners of the Consortium participated in the discussions about the project, the tasks and the plan for a successful Pre-Commercial Procurement endeavor for Earth Observation services.

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