In the beginning of October, the EU Copernicus roadshow 'Eyes on Eath' will arrive to Tallinn! The Roadshow lets you explore how satellite information can help improve operational applications such as climate & weather, mobility & transport planning, renewables, air quality, fresh water availability and distribution, smart farming, financial risk management and critical infrastructure. Registration for the event is open!
The Roadshow will inspire you about the many applications of space data (both in business and government), let you explore hands on how space data can be applied in your daily life or work environment; and provide you with the tools to act.
The 'Eyes on Earth' Roadshow especially wants to encourage interest in the space and Earth observation amongst young people, students and would be entrepreneurs; demonstrate exciting careers opportunities in this industry; and help those trying to grow their business to be even more successful through the use of space data.
The UT Tartu Observatory researchers will also perform at the event.
During the Roadshow, events will be held in five different EU Member States: Germany, The Netherlands, Estonia, Romania, and Italy.
Registration and more information are available on the webpage of the Roadshow.