EOPEN’s CERTH-ITI MKLab team participated and succeeded to place second among thirteen teams in the first Copernicus Thessaloniki Hackathon, organised by Draxis environmental company from 29/11 to 01/12! Using the motto “Sustainable solutions for a sustainable way of living”, the Copernicus Thessaloniki Hackathon invited participants to think and build a prototype using Space Data & […]
On the occasion of the ACRS2019, the H2020 EOPEN Project has been the focus of dedicated sessions in which it has been presented and a live platform demonstration has been given; some stakeholders and a member of the EOPEN external advisory board were also present, showing their overall appreciation and enlivening the discussion. The Korea […]
The H2020 Earth Observation Big Data Hackathon is a joint event organised by five EU-funded Horizon 2020 projects that are developing cutting-edge software to process large amounts of Earth Observation (EO) data.
This week the EOPEN project had a double presence in Frascati, Italy! The 2nd technical meeting was hosted by SERCO, while Space Applications hold a booth during the PhiWeek at ESA, communicating EOPEN to the attendees.
The second EOPEN Plenary meeting was held on 16-17 May 2019 in Thessaloniki, Greece. Among other topics, the first prototype of the EOPEN platform was demonstrated.
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The first EOPEN Technical meeting was held on 26-27 February 2019 in Stuttgart, Germany. Fruitful conversations between technical partners and comments from end user partners have been proven really valuable for the progress of the EOPEN platform integration!
An EOPEN AI functionality was presented in ESA Big Data from Space 2019 (BiDS’19) conference in Munich!
From 18 to 21 September, the European Commission, The Netherlands and Belgium held the 2018 edition of the INSPIRE conference in Antwerp, Belgium. EOPEN participated with a poster session.
CERTH-ITI team had the best performing visual and fusion method and the second overall score among all teams in MediaEval18 – Multimedia Satellite Task. Analysis of social media images and fusion of textual and visual information on a very ambiguous test collection using the team’s DCNN architecture led to this success in flood evidence […]