Geo-ICT Training Center, The Netherlands
200 courses, 20 online supports,
60 moocs, 30 trainees
Course: Copernicus Program, working with terra bytes of Earth observation data
- Planning and Registration
The Copernicus Program course lasts 3 days and costs € 1595. and we work with QGIS and Erdas. This is very interesting for (freelance) data analysts, GIS specialists, medium-sized engineering firms, contractors and consultancies. We are collecting registrations for this course on the Copernicus Program and 5 registrations will continue.
Copernicus is the Earth Observation Program of the European Union. Families of satellites, the Sentinels, are constantly observing Earth. Copernicus builds on a constellation of satellites that make millions of observations every day. In addition, they also manage a global network of thousands of land, air and sea-based sensors to create the most detailed images of the Earth. This technological evolution, particularly in terms of availability and accessibility, has made Copernicus the largest provider of space data and currently produces 12 terabytes per day. The vast majority of the data and information provided by the Copernicus Space infrastructure. The Copernicus services are made available and are free and fully accessible to any citizen and organization anywhere in the world.
Learning objectives of this course:
- can do research with this sea of data
- discover and operate new business
- use data in own maintenance processes
- being able to conduct research into climate change yourself
In this 3-day course you will download multiple types of data, both raster and vector, from Copernicus and do interesting analyzes with them using QGIS and Erdas.