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Swedish Space Data Lab Webinar - Unlocking the power of satellite data

January 20, 2021
09:00 - 12:00
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AI Sweden, RISE, Rymdstyrelsen, LTU, Swedish Space Data Lab
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January 20, 2021
09:00 - 12:00

Welcome to the first Swedish Space Data Lab Webinar!

Satellite data can be applied at a wide range of challenges with impact on local, regional, and global scale. Access to data management and analysis platforms enables government agencies to make informed decisions and accelerates the development of applications within for example climate change adaptation, forestry, and agriculture. 

This webinar will provide an international outlook from Digital Earth Africa, Digital Earth Australia, and ESA Φ-lab as well as an overview of the Swedish Space Data Lab. 

The webinar link will be sent out the day before the webinar.



9:00-9:10    Welcome and Introduction

9:10-10:00  Digital Earth Africa & Digital Earth Australia, Dr. Adam Lewis, Geoscience Australia

10:00-10:40 Φ-lab – Accelerate the future of Earth Observation, European Space Agency 

10:40-10:50 Break

10:50-11:50 The Swedish Space Data Lab 

11:50-12:00 Summary 


Dr. Adam Lewis is the Managing Director of Digital Earth Africa Establishment Team at Geoscience Australia. Adam led the development of the Australian Geoscience Data Cube which now is a fully funded government program called Digital Earth Australia. The open source geospatial data management and analysis platform Open Data Cube (ODC). Open Data Cube originates from the Australian Geoscience Data Cube and is a global initiative to increase the value and use of satellite data by providing users with access to free and open data management technologies and analysis platforms. 

The mission of ESA Φ-lab is to accelerate the future of earth observation, by helping Europe’s earth observation and space researchers and companies adopt disruptive technologies and methods.

The Swedish Space Data Lab aims at increasing the use of data from space using the ODC platform. The initiative is partially financed by Vinnova and coordinated by AI Sweden in cooperation with the Swedish National Space Agency, RISE, and Luleå University of Technology