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CREAF participates in the global initiative GEO WEEK in Washington DC

23 de October 2017Verónica Couto Antelo

The annual meeting of GEO (Group on Earth Observations) will take place between the 23 and 27 of October in Washington DC. There are two sessions organized by CREAF: one centering on citizen science, and the other on future prospects for EuroGEOSS.

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MiraMon is now free to the international education community

29 de September 2017Anna Ramon Revilla

This places MiraMon among the first to offer free specific remote sensing software and is now included in the set of free online Geographic Information System (GIS) tools.

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With Earth observation, ECOPOTENTIAL will improve the future of ecosystem services

30 de October 2015Anna Ramon Revilla

This research initiative financed by the European Horizon 2020 program has 47 partners, including CREAF, and a budget of 15 million euros.

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CREAF starts a project for the transfer of results of European R&D on water to the marketplace and to society

26 de March 2015Anna Ramon Revilla

CREAF coordinates the European project WaterInnEU, whose objective is to create a marketplace connecting results of European R&D on water with potential users. Through WaterInnEU, it is hoped that tools, protocols, and data produced by European research can be standardised, provided via open access, and that they are transferred to actors in the water management sector with decision-making power, or that they penetrate into the market in the form of products and services. 

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The Master in Remote Sensing and GIS starts its first edition as an official master

21 de October 2014Anna Ramon Revilla

El Màster Universitari en Teledetecció i SIG starts this year with more than 80% of the available seats. 

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CREAF colaborate with OGC on a standard way to encode users’ comments on spatial databases

7 de October 2014Anna Ramon Revilla

John Maso, CREAF researcher organizes the group named Geospatial User Feedback Standards Working Group with Sim Thum Fraunhofer Institute and Lucy Basten Aston University.

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Studying the effects of climate change from space enters the Big Data era

2 de October 2014Anna Ramon Revilla

A new method developed by CREAF and the Autonomous University of Barcelona allows the automatic processing of thousands of satellite images taken by Landsat without manual intervention or the need of atmospheric data. 

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