gaiasense was recently selected as a good practice of satellite data exploitation at European level, in the context of the action Copernicus4Regions. The action is supported by the European Commission, the European Space Agency (ESA) and NEREUS | Network of European Regions Using Space Technologies.
The publication that resulted by the initiative is titled “The ever growing use of Copernicus across Europe’s Regions” and includes the use cases submitted and selected in the context of the action, gaiasense being one of them.
On page 52 of the publication you can find the gaiasense use case: The issues that gaiasense is expected to address through the smart farming services in order to support the greek agricultural sector, the way in which it makes use of satellite data and technologies, the benefits it offers to its users and communities as well as its next steps.
You can download the full publication from the European Space Agency website (PDF).
The publication was officially announced in the context of a special event that took place for this purpose on November 22, 2018 at the European Parliament in Brussels. The event was open to the public and focused on the way in which public and private sector bodies can make use of the satellite data provided by European Commission’s Copernicus programme for developing new services and enhancing the existing ones.
Image source: NEREUS Twitter stream.