New Horizons for European and Global land monitoring - Copernicus products and services ready to use

19 & 20 October 2015, Copenhagen, Denmark

Presentations

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New Horizons for European and Global Land Monitoring

MONDAY 19th  October 2015

IDA Conference Centre, Copenhagen

 

Conference hall

13:00-13:30

Registration

13:30-14:00

Welcome and introductory statements (Hans Bruyninckx, EEA)

14:00-15:00

Plenary session1:  Land monitoring and EU policies
Chair: Hans Dufourmont (EEA)

14:00-14:20

EC policy perspective on the role of land in the Copernicus programme (Peter Breger, DG GROW)

14:20-14:40

Land monitoring for EU and global climate commitments-a flagship role for COPERNICUS? (Simon Kay, DG CLIMA)

14:40-15:00

EEA perspective: Importance for the European Environment State and Outlook (Chris Steenmans, EEA)

15:00-15:30

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER EXHIBITION

15:30-16:30

Plenary Session 2: High level review of results of GIO land
Chair: Ronan Uhel (EEA)

15:30-15:50

Global land monitoring  (Michael Cherlet, DG GROW)

15:50-16:10

Pan-European land monitoring (Hans Dufourmont, EEA)

16:10-16:30

Local land monitoring (Ana Sousa, EEA)

16:30-17:30

Parallel Session 3: Detailed results (I)

Congress Hall

Room 101

Room 102

Session: Pan-European land service (EEA)
Chair: Andrus Meiner (EEA)

Session: Global land service (JRC)
Chair: Michel Massart
(EC, DG GROW)

Session: Local land service (EEA) 
Chair: Ana Sousa (EEA)

16:30-16:50

Corine Land Cover (CLC)
(György Büttner, EEA)

16:30-16:50

Copernicus Global Land Vegetation products
(Fernando Camacho, EOLAB)

16:30-16:50

Delineation, Land Cover/Land Use and Green Linear Elements of European Riparian Zones
(Markus Probeck, GAF AG and Jürgen Weichselbaum, GeoVille)

16:50-17:10

HRL imperviousness: history, production and use
(Christian Hoffmann and Jürgen Weichselbaum, GeoVille)

16:50-17:10

Copernicus Global Land Energy products
(Bernhard Bauer-Marschallinger, Vienna University of Technology)

16:50-17:10

Monitoring Land Cover/Land Use development in a selection of Natura2000 areas across Europe
(Regine Richter, GAF AG)

17:10-17:30

HRL Forest: pan-European Tree Cover Density and Forest Types for new applications  
(Markus Probeck, GAF AG)

17:10-17:30

Copernicus Global Land Validation & Distribution
(Roselyn Lacaze, HYGEO and Bruno Smets, VITO)

17:10-17:30

The production and assets of Urban Atlas
(Christophe Sannier, SIRS)

17:30

End of day 1

17:45-19:45

Welcome reception (IDA Conference Centre, Copenhagen)

 

TUESDAY 20th October 2015

09:00-11:00

Parallel sessions 4: Detailed results (II)

Congress Hall

Room: 101

Room 102

Session: Copernicus land monitoring – use case examples   
Chair: Catharina Bamps (DG GROW)

Session: Harmonization of national monitoring at EU level

Chair: Stefan Kleeschulte (Space4environment)

Session: RDA/In situ  
Chair: Stefan Jensen (EEA)

09:00-09:30

(Local component) Urban Atlas as framework for the development of innovative urban indicators
(Hugo Poelman, DG REGIO)

09:00-09:30

EAGLE concept and first practical implementations (Gebhard Banko, EAA and Stephan Arnold, Destatis)

09:00-09:30

Copernicus Reference Data Access (RDA) component: what, why and how?
Policy context
Scope and approach
Implementation mechanisms

(Eugenija Schuren, EEA)

09:30-10:00

(Pan-European component): Imperviousness use-cases and indicator
(Tobias Langanke, EEA)

09:30-10:00

Final results, proposal for future European land monitoring
(Geoff Smith, Specto Natura)

09:30-10:00

CORDA – towards a single entry point to access in situ data;
Scope of CORDA v.1.0;
Architecture of CORDA;
Human intelligence in CORDA

(AlbertoTelletxea, Bilbomatica)

10:00-10:30

(Global component) Use of the Global Land products in Southern Africa in the context of the MESA SADC Thema project
(Farai Marumbwa, MESA SADC Thema project)

10:00-10:30

The grid approach: practical implementation, advantages and disadvantages and comparison with CLC
(Geir-Harald Strand, NFLI)

10:00-10:30

Pan-European geospatial reference datasets EU-Hydro.
Purpose and scope of the upgrade – better linkage to the national systems

(Gediminas Vaitkus, Geomatrix)

10:30-11:00

(RDA): EU-DEM use case
(Conrad Bielski, EOXPLORE UG)

10:30-11:00

LUCAS and Copernicus: commonalities and differences
(Oliver Buck, EFTAS)

10:30-11:00

INSPIRE and Copernicus?
(Christian Ansorge, EEA)

11:00-11:30

COFFEE BREAK AND POSTER EXHIBITION

11:30-13:00

Plenary session 5: Future developments and challenges
Chair: Henrik Steen Andersen (EEA)

11:30-12:00

ESA: Sentinel-2: first operations and outlook (Bianca Hoersch, ESA)

12:00-12:30

Time series analysis: 30 years of optical satellite imagery - from classification/interpretation of single imagery, towards time series analysis in a big data context (Patrick Hostert, Humboldt-University Berlin)

12:30-13:00

User requirements from the Land Monitoring Community for the next generation Copernicus Space Component – Presentation of the ongoing EC initiative (Stéphane Ourevitch, SpaceTec)

13:00-14:00

LUNCH BREAK

14:00-15:30

Plenary Session 6:  Land Monitoring:  validation and short term service evolutions
Chair: Chris Steenmans (EEA)

14:00-14:20

Validation of Copernicus Land Monitoring Pan-European and Local geospatial Products: methods and preliminary results  (Christophe Sannier, SIRS)

14:20-14:40

Land monitoring service evolution: process, adaptation of specifications, new services
 (Hans Dufourmont and Tobias Langanke, EEA)

14:40-15:40

Panel on long term land service evolution
Moderator: Jörn Hoffmann (DLR); Panelists:  from EEA (Chris Steenmans),
DG GROW (Peter Breger), DG AGRI (Mariusz Legowski), EARSC (Geoff Sawyer), User Forum (Stefan Nilsson), Eionet (Mario Caetano)
(questions gathered first day via functional mailbox + predefined questions)

15:40-16:00

Plenary session 7: Conclusions

Closing remarks