ORGANIZER(S): UK Space Agency (UKSA)
Type: Meeting or Conference Date: 14 Jul 2021 Location: Online event
The UK Space Agency's International Partnership Programme (IPP) will be delivering a series of regional webinars, aimed at promoting our projects' capabilities and outcomes/impacts across climate change, humanitarian, agriculture, maritime, and disaster resilience.
15:00 - 16:30 BST
DAMSAT (DAm Monitoring from SATellites) (HR Wallingford)
DAMSAT uses satellite technology to remotely monitor water and tailings dams and other tailings deposit areas.
D-MOSS (Dengue Forecasting Model Satellite-based System) (HR Wallingford)
D-MOSS is a pioneering dengue forecasting system which gives beneficiaries several months advance warning of likely outbreaks of dengue fever. This system uses Earth Observation data to give early warning for dengue fever outbreaks in three South Asian countries.
CommonSensing (UNITAR - United Nations Institute for Training and Research)
CommonSensing uses satellite remote sensing capabilities to support the Governments of Fiji, the Solomon Islands, and Vanuatu in their efforts to build resilience to the devastating impacts of climate change and improve access to climate finance.
RIOS (Re-settlement Information and Observation System) (Institute of Environmental Analytics)
RIOS will provide a monitoring service for managing informal settlements in Colombia, aiming to help mitigate against the danger of loss of life arising from natural disasters in settlement areas
ASTUS (Anti-trafficking using Satellite Technology for Uganda’s Sustainability (University of Nottingham)
ASTUS aims to tackle human trafficking and forced labour. It will develop a stakeholder-informed data-driven Earth Observation (EO) approach to support anti-trafficking efforts in Uganda.
Short URL: https://www.preventionweb.net/go/78513