4th workshop | Scaling up the sentinels in Europe
(available as e-seminar as well)
Objective of this workshop is to give a most actual and wide update about developments in relation to Sentinel satellites from Copernicus and ESA. Additionally, knowledge and experience from different national Collaborative Ground Segments (CGS) will be presented. Presentations of active projects and innovations will raise awareness of the possibilities and motivate ideas to make use of earth observation data making sure the scaling up phase in the programme has already started. The programme provides a mix of invited speakers and call for presentations, where users, operators and specialists in this domain can share their experiences. This interesting workshop is the latest in a series of four and is co-organized by representatives of EuroSDR, Norwegian Space Agency, KU Leuven, the Norwegian Mapping Authority and the Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate.
Important! For presenters and participants who are not permitted to travel (because of the COVID-19 restrictions), there will be facilities offered to join the workshop online. For those who want to join the e-seminar, please register by emailing Martijn.Rijsdijk@Kadaster.nl before October 1st. In the confirmation email, you will be informed how to join the e-session.
Call for presentations!
Would you like the opportunity to present or demonstrate Copernicus or Sentinel related topics? Please send an abstract of maximum 500 words to Martijn.Rijsdijk@kadaster.nl before September 1st as well. More details on the program will be soon available on the registration page along with FAQs, accommodation and venue details.
Venue: Norwegian Space Agency at Skøyen in Oslo.
Dates: October 26th – 27th, 2020. A national Copernicus day will follow directly after the workshop on the 27th of October.
Registration: The workshop/e-seminar is free of charge, but registration is required.
Deadline for registration: October 1st, 2020
Maximum number of participants: 50
- Status from ESA on the Sentinels;
- Data Access and Information Service (DIAS);
- Preservation and Distribution of Copernicus data;
- Use cases from users around Europe.
How to reach Norwegian Space Agency for visiting participants
Address: Drammensveien 165, 0277 Oslo.
Most commuter and regional trains stop at Skøyen station, just 200 metres away. Visit the state railways website https://www.vy.no/en for schedules.
Airport Express Trains
The Airport Express Train to/from Gardermoen Airport (OSL) stops at Skøyen station
Buses and trams
Several bus lines stop at Skøyen. Schedules are available at the Ruter service centre at Oslo S railway station and on the centre’s website.
Where to stay
Hotel Scandic Sjølyst is situated close to the Norwegian Space Agency, but there are several (and cheaper) hotels in the city centre 3 km away.
Martijn Rijsdijk (Kadaster/EuroSDR), Joep Crompvoets (KU Leuven/EuroSDR), Maria Høegh Berdahl (Norwegian Space Agency/NSA), Solveig Havstad Winsvold (The Norwegian Water Resources and Energy Directorate/NVE), Torgeir Ferdinand Klingenberg and Jon Arne Trollvik (Norwegian Mapping Authority/NMA).