Tartu Observatory invites all those interested in remote sensing to the web-based information seminar of the Estonian Satellite Data Center ESThub on March 23 from 12:00 to 14:00 Estonian time (11:00 to 13:00 CET). Working language of the event is English.
The aim of the seminar is to introduce the possibilities of ESTHub and to share the experience of using remote sensing data in science and teaching as well in the development of services necessary for the state. ESThub was opened in the Estonian Land Board in cooperation with the European Space Agency in 2019 and offers services to companies, the public sector, research and development institutions and academy.
The development of ESTHub in the framework of the Coperncius program will enable the expansion of active dialogue with users and promote national innovation actions the international space and downstream community.
Moderator: prof. Anu Noorma (Estonian representative in Copernicus User Forum, University of Tartu, Tartu Obseravtory)
Martin Menert (Estonian Land Board) - Designing ESTHub services
Ave Ansper-Toomsalu (University of Tartu, Tartu Obseravtory) - Using ESTHub for science and studies
Liis Sipelgas (TalTech, Department of Marine Systems) - Upgrading the ice charting service in Estonia
Kaupo Voormansik (KappaZeta) - How to make ESTHub even more attractive for EO and GIS companies? / KappaZeta Sentinel-1 easy-to-use data layers for B2B and B2G users
Thomas Storm (Brockmann Consult, Germany) - presentation of examples for how to use the facility
After the presentations, it is also possible to discuss and answer questions.
The webinar will take place in the BigBlueButton e-environment and can be joined 15 minutes before the start of the seminar here.
Google Chrome (followed by Firefox and Opera) is best for using BBB. There may be problems with sound quality and screen sharing with other web browsers. Internet Explorer BBB and recordings do not work, as well as Apple phones.
The information seminar is supported by the EU Copernicus user involvement project FPCUP.
Earlier we have promoted ESTHub for users during Advanced Traing School "Applications of Remote Sensing in the Baltic Sea region" (September 15–20, 2019) and ESTHub Information day (14.05.2020, in Estonian).