The Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS), part of the Copernicus programme, provides geographical information on land cover to a broad range of users in the field of environmental terrestrial applications. This includes land use, land cover characteristics and changes, the state of vegetation, and water cycle and earth surface energy variables. It is free to access by any citizen or organisation in the world. The CLMS is being implemented by the European Environment Agency on behalf of the European Commission (DG DEFIS).
Under the Copernicus 2.0 programme (2021-2027), CLMS will continue to provide its core Copernicus information products and services, building time series that enable long term change monitoring. Additionally, harmonisation and further integration of the products across components (local/pan-European/global) is envisaged in the programme as well as a more efficient workflow by further automation, modularity of the software and data products, and the increased use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to provide real and near real time data processing, to respond to emerging European policy needs.
EvoLand will develop and test methods which are both new and innovative and roll out 11 candidate prototypes in support of the evolution of the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service. It will integrate novel Earth Observation, in-situ data and the latest Machine Learning techniques to continuously monitor the status, dynamics and biomass of the land surface. The project focuses on five key thematic domains: agriculture, forest, water, urban, and general land cover.
To deliver the best possible results, EvoLand brings together a unique consortium of European experts in the Earth Observation domain.
IIASA - International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis
The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) is an international research institute that advances systems analysis and applies its research methods to identify policy solutions to reduce human footprints, enhance the resilience of natural and socioeconomic systems, and help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals.
CLS - Collecte Localisation Satellites
CLS, a subsidiary of the French Space Agency CNES and of CNP, is a worldwide company and pioneer provider of monitoring and surveillance solutions for the Earth since 1986. Its mission is to deploy innovative space-based solutions to understand and protect our planet, and to manage its resources sustainably. CLS employs 900 people, at its headquarters in Toulouse (France) and in its 34 other sites around the world.
The company works in 5 strategic areas of activity: sustainable fisheries management, environmental monitoring, maritime surveillance, mobility and energies & infrastructures monitoring. CLS process environmental data and positions from 80,000 beacons per month , ocean and inland waters observations . In addition we monitor land and sea activities by satellite.
The group, which has been achieving strong growth these last few years, has set ambitious goals to take advantage of the opening-up of new markets.
11, rue Hermès,
Parc Technologique du Canal
31520 Ramonville Saint-Agne
The purpose of CESBIO is to contribute to the progress of knowledge on the functioning of continental surfaces and their interactions with climate and humans, relying heavily on satellite data. Satellites constitute one of the few means available to obtain coherent measurements over large areas. Earth Observation offer both the opportunity to monitor the evolution of the planet, at various scales, and fuel the development and implementation of process models.
Rond-Point du Professeur Francis Cambou
Sinergise offers solutions that are easy to use, platform-independent and utilize graphical user interfaces and relational databases.
Cvetkova ulica 29, 1000 Ljubljana, Slovenia.
JOANNEUM RESEARCH, headquartered in Graz, is a successful national and internationally active research institution owned by the Austrian federal states of Styria, Carinthia and Burgenland. Ideally embedded in the national and international innovation network, our researchers innovate in three high-level fields of expertise: “Information and Production Technologies”, “Human Technologies and Medicine”, and “Society and Sustainability”. We use our ideas, innovative power and considerable research experience to support companies both private and public not only with the development of technology, methods and products, but also with societal topics.
Founded in 1961, the Centre National d’Etudes Spatiales (CNES) is the government agency responsible for shaping and implementing France’s space policy in Europe.
Centre national d'études spatiales
2 place Maurice Quentin
75039 PARIS CEDEX 01
The German Aerospace Center (German: Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfahrt e.V., abbreviated DLR, literally German Center for Air- and Space-flight) is the national center for aerospace, energy and transportation research of Germany, founded in 1969. It is headquartered in Cologne with 35 locations throughout Germany. The DLR is engaged in a wide range of research and development projects in national and international partnerships.
Linder Höhe, 51147 Köln, Γερμανία
GAF is proud to be one of the leading companies in the geo-spatial service market.
We are a one-stop shop for geo-information.
We deliver our products and services in a large number of consulting domains.
We are focused on quality, technical excellence and customer satisfaction.
Evenflow produces insights aiming to facilitate innovation and support strategic decision-making, participates in the development of novel and intelligent solutions and communicates their benefits. Our team combines enthusiasm for space and frontier technologies with expertise in complex problem solving, and thrives on bringing flow – focus, commitment, and enjoyment – to all aspects of our work.
Rue de la Loi 26/7th Floor
A list of all project Deliverables with their respective restriction level (public, sensitive, restricted) can be found in the section below.
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