A total of 68 training videos complete with presentations and module demonstrations on the Copernicus programme – such as material on funding instruments, access to Copernicus data and information and the many uses thereof – are at your disposal.
Entrepreneurs, developers, GI professionals and public authorities, as well as all interested stakeholders are encouraged to watch our videos and discover how Copernicus fits into their world.
One of the ways in which the European Commission is promoting the Copernicus programme and developing user uptake of Copernicus data and information, is by organising Copernicus Training and Information Sessions (InfoSessions) in the Copernicus Participating countries.
From September 2016 to July 2017, nine Infosessions took place, from Malta to Finland, passing by Greece, Latvia, Lithuania, Denmark, Sweden, Czech Republic and Portugal. As a result, around 1100 participants have been introduced to the Copernicus data and information services and have seen first-hand their potential thanks to practical application demonstrations.
To make the material even more available to the public and disseminate this information further, the presentations and module demonstrations were also filmed in a professional studio in Brussels over a four week period. Representatives from the Commission as well as from the geospatial industry, academia and scientific community shared in front of the camera their knowledge of the Copernicus programme.
All this effort from presenters, editors, cameramen, artistic director and production team resulted in a total of 68 videos that were released and are available on the Copernicus Youtube channel!
This wealth of audio-visual resources covers a wide range of topics. You can find presentations on how to access Copernicus data and information – one of the most viewed videos so far -, tutorials on using data from the Copernicus services and Sentinel satellites; and practical information for entrepreneurs, developers, GI professionals and public authorities on funding instruments, applications and geospatial technologies.
The InfoSessions will soon resume their journey through Europe, the next being in Ireland on 3 November, and in Estonia on 6 November 2017. If you cannot attend an InfoSession in person, we really encourage you to watch our training videos on Youtube, and get started with Copernicus data and information!
SOURCE: Copernicus website