FREE WEBINAR:

Earth Observation Systems creating products and knowledge for the Mediterranean

The ODYSSEA Project


August 30th, 2021 – 2:00pm CEST


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What

In this webinar you will learn about the following (Focusing on the Mediterranean Sea): The development of a unique, user-oriented system involving the integration of real-time and near real-time measurements collected from satellites and in-situ sensors, the utilization of model results, the transfer, analysis, processing of data to provide sustained marine measurements, analyses, predictions and assessments to marine and maritime users.

Why now?

The volume of Marine Big Data has increased dramatically in latest years, as new marine observation systems become operational, multiple observing techniques are being deviced while Internet of Things and Social Networks offer vast, unexplored data sources with interest to marine scientists. We may say that although many marine and maritime users could benefit from this data, only very few have the capacity to access these data files, retrieve the measured and/or forecasted parameters and make operational use by transforming them into meaningful information useful for their work and decision-making. We just entered the International Decade of Ocean Sciences and we strive to build a digital twin of the ocean. Leveraging existing resources and systems is pivotal to reach our goals and solve the challenges.

Who is it for?

This webinar aims to reach Earth observation system scientists, Data management and analysis experts, marine and maritime

PROGRAM

1. Overview of the ODYSSEA Project, Prof Georgios SYLAIOS, Democritus University of Thrace


2. Introduction to Marinomica Platform, Simon Keeble, Blue Lobster IT


3. ODYSSEA Services and Products, Lőrinc Mészáros, Deltares


4. From ODYSSEA and NextGEOSS to ILIAD, Arne-Jørgen Berre, Sintef

Meet the experts

Bente Lilja Bye

Bente Lilja Bye

BLB
Norway

ABOUT BENTE

Georgios Sylaios

Democritus Univ of Thrace
Greece

Simon Keeble

BlueLobster IT
UK

Lorinc Meszaros

Deltares
The Netherlands

Arne J Berre

Sintef
Norway

NextGEOSS

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