Coastal regions around the world are under threat from a variety of factors including sea level rise, coastal erosion, extreme weather events, marine pollution, overfishing, and habitat destruction. Monitoring these coastal environments is essential for understanding and managing these threats. Space technology has emerged as an important tool for coastal monitoring, providing key insights that are enabling better protection and conservation of coastal ecosystems.Read More How Can Space Technology Help With Coastal Monitoring?
This article reviews how space technology, especially satellites, can provide valuable data to monitor the health and safety of bridges.Read More How Can Space Technology Help With Bridge Safety Monitoring?
This article reviews the details of the ESA Galileo program, exploring its objectives, achievements, and impact on various sectors.Read More Navigating the Skies: Exploring the ESA Galileo Program
The space economy is a growing sector that encompasses the commercial and economic activities related to outer space. As interest in space-based industries continues to rise, many questions have emerged about the various aspects of the space economy, from technological advancements and commercial applications to legal, ethical, and security concerns. This article provides answers to 30 frequently asked questions about the space economy.Read More Space Economy Executive Briefing: 30 Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
From promoting reforestation to preventing deforestation, degradation and fires, the EU Space Programme is an essential tool for sustainable forest management. Here’s six ways that Copernicus, EGNOS and Galileo are all working to ensure that everyone can benefit from healthy forests.Read More How EUSPA Space Technology Helps Sustainable Forest Management