EuroSDR is a not-for-profit organisation linking National Mapping and Cadastral Agencies with Research Institutes and Universities in Europe for the purpose of applied research in spatial data provision, management and delivery.
Dr. Borja Rodríguez-Cuenca from Universidad de Alcalá and Dr. Matthias Müller from Technische Universität Dresden are the winners of the first EuroSDR award for the best PhD thesis related to geoinformation science.
EuroSDR, Norway Digital and Norwegian Space Centre invite you to the 2nd workshop “Preparation for the Sentinel-2 in Europe”. The workshop will take place in Oslo October 11th and 12th 2016 at the premises of the Norwegian Space Centre.
We are very pleased to present our Annual Report for 2015 which gives an overview of all our activities in 2015. These represent the range of research undertaken by EuroSDR across the spectrum of geo-information production.
The research activities of the European Spatial Data Research (EuroSDR) network have developed over time through a collaboration of academia and national mapping agencies.