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Smart urban solutions for more resilient cities

24 de September 2018CREAF

El CREAF participates in SMURBS project. A new project harnesses Earth observation (EO) data to improve the quality of life in urban areas.

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Joan Masó receives OGC’s 2018 Gardels Award

17 de September 2018CREAF

Congratulations to our reseracher Joan Masó, awarded the 2018 Gardels Award for being ‘the hardest working OGC member out there.’ 

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CREAF’s role in the European strategy of fostering citizen observatories for environmental monitoring

3 de July 2018Anna Ramon Revilla

CREAF is heading a community of practice that is leading the first citizen science interoperability experiment of the Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC). The goal is for citizen science projects to adopt international standards with a view to data being shared and reused.

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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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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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You can help NASA to improve the quality of its data

21 de May 2014Anna Ramon Revilla

CREAF has presented the final report of the European project GeoViQua, a project that will transform the global platform GEOSS in order to let users improve environmental data that provide organizations like NASA or FAO. Now users can also check the quality of environmental data. A specialized search engine and a color-coded label will help people to choose the most reliable data from all available..

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