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BEYOND Center of Excellence established a new collaboration with the Agriculture Cooperative of Orchomenos

e-shape’s S1P2 EU-CAP Support pilot, in collaboration with S6P4 ReSAgri pilot, support the member-farmers of ASOO with a cotton growth monitoring service that daily provides new maps that indicate the areas of optimal seeding conditions.

e-shape at EGU General Assembly | 26 April 2021

Webinar: Earth Observation based solution supporting disaster resilience: hands-on the e-shape user-centric approach

EARSeL Joint Workshop 2021 EO for sustainable cities and communities

Our e-shape partner EARSC will participate in the EARSeL Joint Workshop 2021 EO for sustainable cities and communities | PLENARY 6: Sustainable Development Goals [4-6 pm CET].

e-shape at CAMS online user workshop in Norway

Our partners from ARMINES Lionel Menard and Philippe Blanc participated in the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) virtual workshop held on 25th of March 2021.

e-shape at WaterMarketEurope event

Our e-shape pilot Pilot 5.1 | Improved historical water availability & quality information service and our partners EARSC and Eurisy participated in the the WaterMarketEurope event on March 24th 2021.

The 12-03-2021 Etna eruption through the eyes of e-shape

Since February 2021, Etna is experiencing a numerous number of eruptions and emitting volcanic ash into atmosphere.

First release of the e-shape pilot on "High photovoltaic penetration at urban scale"

The first version of pilot 3.2 was developed within the framework of the e-shape project, funded by the European Commission under the H2020 program.

e-shape at PARSEC's user & technology talks

Our e-shape partner from Helmholtz-Centre for Environmental research presented the Showcase ecosystem at User and Technology Talks: ENVIRONMENT PARSEC ECOSYSTEM.

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The e-shape project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement 820852