Agriws

Opening and Information session

 

The Copernicus data and Copernicus services information offer for Agriculture - Doris Marquardt | EEA

 

Session one: The international scene

 

G20 - GEOGLAM - Ian Jarvis | GEOGLAM

Monitoring water use in agriculture by remote sensing. From theory to practice - Jippe Hoogeveen | UN FAO

Increasing usage of EO data for WFP humanitarian assistance - Rogerio Bonifacio | UN WFP

Growing global opportunities in the agricultural sector - a European EO industry perspective - Eva Haas | GEOVILLE

 

Session two: The European scene

 

Earth Observation & agriculture market monitoring/outlook - Mohamed El Aydam | DG AGRI

DG ENV on N2K - Frank Vassen | DG ENV

The EU-wide Nutrient Management/Farm Sustainability tool: an idea outline - Claudia Muresan | DG AGRI | Preview of an idea subject to a feasibility study. Not yet available for wide dissemination.

Discussion paper - Guido Lemoine | DG JRC

Geo-ICT for improved governance and transparency of land use policies - Ariel Brunner | Birdlife

 

Session three: The national scene

 

Italian Paying Agency - Salvatore Carfi | AGEA

Spanish Paying Agency - David Nafria | Instituto Tecnológico Agrario de Castilla y León

Lithuanian National Paying Agency - Tomas Orlickas | NMA

Danish Agricultural Agency - Henrik Berg | LBST

English Rural Payments Agency - Sanjay Rana | Rural Payments Agency

Sen4CAP - a European Collaboration - Benjamin Koetz | ESA

H2020 research projects - evolution and applications of Copernicus for agriculture - Virginia Puzzolo | REA

 

Session four: The local scene

 

Danish farmers use of Sentinel-2 and the wishes for the future - Rita Horfarter | SEGES 

From crop growth monitoring to smart farming in Wallonia using Copernicus - Cosmin Lucau | CRA-W

Copernicus Data for information-guided agriculture - Heike Bach | VISTA GmbH

The best of both worlds for farmers! - Leon Hendriks | BIOSCOPE