In this free webinar, developers, satellite and in-situ data users, agricultural and climate experts will be introduced to Copernicus open data for agriculture. A private data and information provider, meteoblue, offers an unique free and open possibility to access their resources for climate and agriculture. You will also learn about an inspirational example of how you can use climate information for optimizing agricultural production. Finally, you will learn about the INSPIRE hackathon and how you can join the community.
As usual, there will be free webinars introducing the topics and challenges of the upcoming satellite INSPIRE Hackathon in Pilsen.
Webinar on Climate & Agriculture on 11th September 2019 at 2pm CEST: https://blbgroup.lpages.co/2019-pilsen-inspire-hack-climate-and-agriculture/
Webinar on Data & Innovation Hubs, Platforms, and APIs for Earth Observations on 12th September 2019 at 2pm CEST: https://blbgroup.lpages.co/2019-pilsen-inspire-hack-hub-platform-apis/
Another satellite hackathon from the INSPIRE Hackathon series is going to be held in Pilsen at the end of September 2019. Please check out the details here.
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Plan4all is cordially inviting you to participate in a workshop dedicated to agriculture and its requirements for remote sensing (Earth Observation) data in the near future.
Date: 25 September 2019, 10am – 5pm
Venue: Golden Fish Hotel Apartments, U Borského parku 27, 301 00 Plzeň, Czech Republic, www.gf-hotel.eu
Participation is free of charge and refreshments are included.However, registration is required (see the form below).
31 July 2019, 9am CEST / 5pm AEST
The RDA Secretariat aims to promote the uptake of RDA Recommendations and Outputs across all regions. In this context, the RDA Secretariat is working on is a series of webinars that aim to train stakeholders for adoption. The webinars will highlight outputs of RDA Interest and Working Groups, and demonstrate the added value of RDA.
This webinar focuses on RDA groups and outputs related to Data Management Plans. We aim to highlight ongoing work in RDA from the perspectives of RDA Interest and Working Group chairs, facilitating discussion between the chairs and potential adopters of RDA Recommendations and Outputs.
- Daniel Bangert will introduce the session and give an overview of outreach activities to promote the uptake of RDA Recommendations and Outputs globally.- Kathryn Unsworth (CSIRO) will introduce the RDA Exposing Data Management Plans Working Group, including an update on current and ongoing work.
- Tomasz Miksa (SBA Research) and Peter Neish (University of Melbourne) will introduce the RDA DMP Common Standards Working Group, focusing on the standard for machine-actionable Data Management Plans (maDMP) released in April 2019.
- Sam Rust (Digital Curation Centre) will outline plans to implement the maDMP standard in DMPonline.
Webinar description and details: https://rd-alliance.org/rda-output-adoption-webinar-series-data-management-plans
Please register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4786665997651822348
RDA Europe, the European plug-in to the Research Data Alliance, ran the second call for RDA Europe national nodes to expand its European network. Six new countries are joining forces to foster adoption of RDA outputs in the region.
Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Lithuania, Norway and Sweden have been selected as new RDA Europe nodes; till the end of the project in May 2020, they will be engaging with research communities, supporting national agendas, and contributing to the EU Open Science Strategy to ensure capillary uptake of RDA principles and outputs. Moreover, they will be working to increase the participation in RDA globally.
The jury of the Patras DataBio Hackathon 2019 selected the following projects as overall winners of this hackathon:
- 1st place: “Integration of Meteoblue Data with Sensors and Visualisation Client” led by Marek Splichal, Raitis Berzins, Michal Kepka
- 2nd place: “Unusual Data Exploration” led by Pavel Hájek, Runar Bergheim, Raul Palma
- 3rd place: “Sharing Maps as Intelligent Objects” led by Jan Vrobel, Simon Leitgeb, Raitis Berzins
Congratulations to all the winning teams and many thanks for participation to all participants!
This is a video showing the winning application in action: