African Association of
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  • 20 Sep 2018 11:47 AM | Anonymous

    The Centre de Suivi Ecologique of Senegal (CSE) has officially launched in Dakar, on 11-13 September 2018, the project entitled "Sustainable Management of Wetlands for Strengthening Food Security and Resilience of Ecosystems in West Africa", (GDZHAO), one of the 13 projects funded by the European Union and the African Union Commission under the GMES & Africa programme. Read More

  • 20 Sep 2018 11:18 AM | Anonymous

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  • 20 Sep 2018 10:57 AM | Anonymous

    The African Union Commission signed a cooperation arrangement with the European Commission in the area of Earth Observation data access from the Sentinel Satellites of the Copernicus on 12 June 2018, in Brussels, Belgium at the premises of the European Commission Directorate- General for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs (DG-GROWTH).  

    Dr. Mahama Ouedraogo, Director of the Human Resources, Science and Technology signed on behalf of the African Union Commission and Mr. Philippe Brunet, Director of Directorate I, Space Policy, Copernicus and Defence, on behalf of the European Commission. Read More

  • 10 Jul 2018 10:04 AM | Anonymous

    The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) adopted draft resolution E/2018/L.15, Strategic Framework on Geospatial Information and Services for Disasters on 2 July 2018.


    The draft resolution was expertly facilitated by the Permanent Missions of Jamaica and the Philippines.


    The Resolution with Strategic Framework  in all UN languages (Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish) is attached for your information and circulation to all your partners and stakeholders, who should be encouraged to adopt and implement the strategic framework as needed.


    The UN-GGIM Secretariat looks forward to welcoming you to the Eighth Session of the Committee of Experts on Global Geospatial Information Management, 1-3 August 2018, New York, USA.

    Download all attachements.


  • 04 Apr 2018 3:00 PM | Anonymous

    Are you aware that commercialization and democratization of content continues to fuel the global geospatial market? GeoBuiz 18, a comprehensive report on the Global Geospatial Industry Outlook and Countries Geospatial Readiness Index, finds the global geospatial industry expected to grow at a CAGR of 13.6% between 2017-2020 to reach US$440 billion in 2020. The growing relevance and maturity of the geospatial market has scaled up applications, amplifying its impact on the global GDP at the tune of CAGR 20.9%. 

    The burgeoning adoption of GNSS, spatial analytics, satellite imagery, and geo-enabled applications in varied sectors like Seismology, AEC, Industrial Workflow, Disaster Management, BFSI, Retail and Logistics, etc. is driving the geospatial market growth. The report establishes that the sharp expansion of the user base – bolstered by numerous initiatives taken by the government will make the Asia-Pacific region the fastest growing region for the geospatial industry by 2020. North America and the European regions are expected to maintain their growth momentum with emergence of new ventures in the domain. Furthermore, with integration of IT processes and engineering workflows, a collaborative environment, system integration, increasing demand for end-to-end solutions and commercialization - the scope of the geospatial industry is set to be redefined.

    But that's not all! The GeoBuiz'18 report reveals more such insights based on a rigorous analysis of 500+ industry surveys/interviews and 1500+ press releases (over 5 years), several one to one meetings, and focused group discussions.

    The report findings are presented as:

    • Geospatial industry composition, digital ecosystem, and emerging business models
    • Global and regional market size and forecast
    • Industry drivers, user benefits, and challenges
    • Impact value, recent trends, and innovations

    Get all your answers in one single report – GeoBuiz '18!


  • 04 Apr 2018 2:18 PM | Anonymous

    What the dataset offers?

    The global geospatial dataset for agriculture reveals the regions of drought where vegetation is stressed due to lack of water. The index captures early signals of “flash drought,” a condition brought about by rapid rise in temperature, leading to drying up of the air, reduced rainfall and moisture evaporating quickly from the soil. It is prudent to monitor the rate of water loss through the use of land surface temperature before and take required remedial measures before the condition actually starts having an effect on the vegetation. Read More

  • 09 Mar 2018 9:26 AM | Anonymous

    ISPRS e-Bulletin

    Issue No 1 - 2018

    Click this link to read.

  • 26 Feb 2018 11:02 AM | Anonymous

    Free and open GEO software you can use:

    For your Teaching 

    For your Research

    For your Projects

  • 16 Feb 2018 7:54 AM | Anonymous

    Closing Date: 23:59 GMT two days after announcement of accepted papers

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  • 08 Feb 2018 10:50 AM | Anonymous

    Powered by Data wants to better understand the needs of potential users of space data and information in Canada.  The Canadian Space Agency (CSA) is responsible for advancing the knowledge of space through science and using its discoveries for the good of Canadians. As such, the CSA has data and information that could potentially be made public. Completing this questionnaire will help CSA prioritise space data and information that better meets potential users needs.  

    If you have any interest in using space data and information, we invite you to complete this short surveyPlease complete this survey before 11:59 PM on Thursday, February 8th, 2018. It should take approximately 3 minutes to complete the questionnaire.  


    Powered by Data aimerait mieux comprendre les besoins des utilisateurs potentiels de données et d'informations spatiales au Canada.  L'Agence spatiale canadienne (ASC) est chargée de faire progresser les connaissances sur l'espace au moyen de la science et de faire profiter de ses découvertes à la population canadienne. Puisqu'elle possède des données et de l'information qui pourraient être rendues publiques, vos réponses aideront l'ASC à prioriser leur diffusion en fonction des besoins des utilisateurs potentiels.

    Si vous êtes intéressés par l'utilisation des données et de l'information spatiales, nous vous invitons à remplir ce court questionnaire. S’il vous plaît, remplir celui-ci avant 23h59 le jeudi 8 février 2018.  Il vous faudra environ 3 minutes pour le compléter.

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