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How to Onboard Users to Your Earth Observation Platform

How can you support your Earth observation platform users through an effective onboarding process catering to users with different knowledge and skills?

Thursday 23rd May at 14:00 CEST 

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What: While there is a growing demand for Earth observation data and Value-Added Services (VAS), and resources in Europe, the access to these resources still requires a lot of skills and time. The implementation of new Earth Observation applications with up-to-date technologies needs onboarding processes.  

We will describe how the NextGEOSS project supports developers, scientists, project managers and any profile of stakeholder to discover and access data, setup an integration environment, integrate tailored services built by the project for their benefit, deploy into any cloud and monitor via real time analytics tools.

Why now: The NextGEOSS project has used the implementation of 10 pilots as a mean to develop mature services useful to any type of Earth Observation applications. These services are now available for new partners projects.  

Who is it for: Policy-makers, academia, and members of the private sector with an interest in Earth Observation

Meet the experts

Marie-Francoise Voidrot
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Bente Lilja Bye

Marie-Francoise Voidrot


Bente Lilja Bye

Agenda  

Welcome and hosting by Bente Lilja Bye, BLB The NextGEOSS Onboarding Process - an overview by Marie-Francoise Voidrot, OGC Engage Users Through Hackathons by Bente Lilja Bye, BLB How Can NextGEOSS Contribute to Your Success by Marie-Francoise Voidrot, OGC Q&A 

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NEXTGEOSS WEBINAR SERIES

How to Onboard Users to Your Earth Observation Platform

How can you support your Earth observation platform users through an effective onboarding process catering to users with different knowledge and skills.  

Join us Thursday 23rd May at 14:00 CEST to learn and discuss!

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