The event provides a discussion forum for all five European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures (ESFRI) cluster projects, RDA Working and Interest Groups, European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) representatives on our journey to EOSC. During this event we’ll be focusing on the technical, social and governance issues we all face. What can we learn from each other and take back to the data communities we serve?
Main points of discussion
Defining ESFRI cluster commonalities
Leveraging RDA building blocks
Connecting to research communities
Governance and how to connect to EOSC
Research data policies and standards
Research data management and stewardship
FAIR data sharing and publishing domain data in the EOSC
FAIR tools and services, exposed in the EOSC catalogue of services
More information about the event you can find here.
EO4Agri Stakeholder Workshop AgroFutureDay organized by Plan4All was held in Pilsen on 25th September. The workshop dedicated to agriculture and its requirements for Earth Observation data in the near future was successful in all respects.
We would like to thank all participants cordially for many interesting presentations, for the oportunity to discuss and share experiece with the European Union’s common agricultural policy and last but not least for finding the conclusions that will be reflected in the recommendations for data and services in Earth Observation and in the next generation of the Sentinel satelites.
One of IGAD’s main roles is to serve as a platform that leads to the creation of domain-specific Working Groups. To date, successful Working Groups (WGs) have been formed under IGAD, these are: Wheat Data Interoperability, Rice Data Interoperability, AgriSemantics and Capacity Development for Agricultural Data WGs. The groups play a key role in delivering RDA recommendations and good practices with regard to Agricultural Data Interoperability.
Karel Charvát will contribute with the presentation focusing on How Agriculture DWG of OGC and IGAD RDA can cooperate on Agriculture Interoperability.
In this free webinar, developers, satellite and in-situ data users, and Earth observation experts will be introduced to a number of different APIs including OpenSearch API for NextGEOSS Data Hub and Platform, the Mundi Platform, and the Digital Innovation Hub for Agriculture APIs. Finally, you will learn about the INSPIRE hackathon and how you can join the community.
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.
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