The Copernicus Training and Information Session to be held on 6 November 2017 in Tallinn at the premises of the Building of Ministries is the eleventh in a series of national Copernicus events. The European Commission is organising these sessions at the request of, and in collaboration with Member States.
The event aims to promote awareness of the many uses of Copernicus data and information, while providing the opportunity for hands on demonstrations and basic training regarding:
The Copernicus Training and Information Session targets both Copernicus “intermediate” end users (technical) and end user communities (non-technical).
Registrations are closed.
08:30 - 09:00
Registration and Welcome Coffee
09:00 - 09:45
Welcome Speech and Introduction
09:45 - 10:30
Access to data
Introduction to Copernicus data access, with DIAS (Isabelle Soleilhavoup, NOVELTIS, EC Contractor)
10:30 - 11:10
Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service
Regional Air Quality (Rotislav Kouznetsov, FMI, EC Contractor)
11:10 - 11:30
11:30 - 12:30
Copernicus Emergency Management Service
Copernicus EMS in support of crisis preparedness and response operations (Annalaura di Federico, e-GEOS, EC Contractor)
What can users expect from the EMS Mapping during the emergency operations? (Annalaura di Federico, e-GEOS, EC Contractor)
Copernicus EMS forecasting Floods and Fires: Early Warning systems (Annalaura di Federico, e-GEOS, EC Contractor)
12:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
Session 1 - Copernicus Land Monitoring Service
Session 2 - Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring Service
15:00 - 15:20
15:20 - 16:20
Session 1 - Copernicus for Public Authorities
Key Copernicus takeaway for LRAs (Roya Ayazi, NEREUS)
Public procurement of innovative solutions – introduction of support scheme in Estonia. Avalikule sektorile suunatud innovaatiliste lahenduste hankimise toetusmeede Eestis. (EAS) (in Estonian) (Maria Värton)
Session 2 - Copernicus for Entrepreneurs and developers
How to get access to Copernicus data, tools and finances (Annekatrien Debien, Copernicus Support Office)
Developing a mobile application for citizens with Copernicus data (Annekatrien Debien, Copernicus Support Office)
Copernicus for GI Professionals: Sentinel-2 to determine wildfire scarring and its extents (Tõnu Oja, ESTGIS/EUROGI)
16:20 - 16:30
16:30 - 17:00
17:00 - 19:00
Building of Ministries
By air: Tallinn Airport is 8 km from the venue. Tram number 4 takes you from the airport (tram stop „Lennujaam“) to the Building of Ministries (tram stop „Kosmos“). The venue is about 700 meters from the tram stop. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes.
By train: The train station is 3,4 km from the venue. You can take tram number 1 from tram stop „Balti jaam“ to „Hobujaama“. Then you must switch trams and take tram number 4 from „Hobujaama“ to „Kosmos“. The venue is about 700 meters from the tram stop. The journey takes approximately 30 minutes.
By bus: The main bus station is 2,1 km from the venue. Tram number 4 takes you from the bus station (tram stop „Bussijaam“, about 190 meters from the bus station) to the Building of Ministries (tram stop „Kosmos“). The venue is about 700 meters from the tram stop. The journey takes approximately 15 minutes.
NB! Information and timetables for public transport in Tallinn can be found here: https://transport.tallinn.ee/#tallinna-linn/en.
There are no parking places available at the Building of Ministries. Limited places are available on the streets nearby, but you will have to buy a parking permit. Please allow additional time for parking and arrival if travelling by car. Information and prices can be found on https://www.parkimine.ee/en/parking/tallinn.
Names and contact details of local coordinators
T: +372 675 0847
Estonian Land Board
T: +372 665 0723
Estonian Land Board
Annekatrien Debien, Copernicus Support Office
T: +32 488 48 51 70