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Summer/Winter Schools @ GEOSS. Peter Zeil Centre for Geoinformatics Z_GIS, Salzburg University GEO Capacity Building Committee Meeting Hannover February 13-14 2008. Introduction. GMOSS UN-SPIDER Concept Examples (2005,2006,2007) The offer (2008,2009). - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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  • GMOSS Global Monitoring for Security and StabilityHans-Joachim Lotz-Iwen (DLR)

    GMOSS Dissemination Workshop European Commission October 2nd , 2007

  • Objectives of GMOSSThe main objective of Networks of Excellence is the integration of researchThe objectives of the NoE GMOSS in the framework of GMES are:To gather European experts from different backgrounds in the field of remote sensing and security (Research, Politics, Military, Industry)To define and to perform a joint work programme focused on RS data analysis, benchmarking of methods, and socio-political background analysisTo constitute a durable platform for the exchange of informationTo initiate support for customers/end users, in particular for operational services in the context of GMESTo trigger new fields of research

  • GMOSS basic figuresInstrumentNetwork of ExcellenceNameGMOSS Global Monitoring for Security and Stability FundingSpace PriorityDuration48 months Start 2004-Mar-01 End 2008-Apr-29Budget6 Mio Coordinator DLRPartners22 (24) contractors from 11 countriesAssociates13 partners from 6 countriesStaff > 150 researchers involved ~ 76 registered researchers ~ 26 registered PhD students

  • Working structure of GMOSSGeneric toolsFeature recognitionData integr.+ visual.Change detectionSecurity conceptsIssues & prioritiesScenario analysisRespond. to crisisWorkshopsStandards + benchmarkingSharing infrastructureStaffing exchangeConsortium CoordinatorTraining measuresPublic outreach Test cases

    United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency ResponseUnited Nations International UN-SPIDER Expert Meeting - Salzburg, Austria 7.-9. Febr. 2008

    The United Nations General Assembly agreed to establish the United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER) as a programme within the United Nations to provide universal access to all types of space-based information and services relevant to disaster management by:

    being a gateway to space information for disaster management support;serving as a bridge to connect the disaster management and space communities; andbeing a facilitator of capacity-building and institutional strengthening. General Assembly A/RES/61/110

    United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency ResponseUnited Nations International UN-SPIDER Expert Meeting - Salzburg, Austria 7.-9. Febr. 2008

    Mission statement: Ensure that all countries have access to and develop the capacity to use all types of space-based information to support the full disaster management cycle. General Assembly A/RES/61/110CBERS

    United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency ResponseUnited Nations International UN-SPIDER Expert Meeting - Salzburg, Austria 7.-9. Febr. 2008

    A Gateway to Space-based Information for Disaster Management SupportCompilation of InformationAccess to InformationAwareness RaisingOutreach ActivitiesRegional and Country ProfilesA Bridge to Connect the Disaster Management and Space Communities6.Support to Communities of Practice (CoP)7.Knowledge Management and Transfer8.Platform for Fostering Alliances A Facilitator of Capacity Building and Institutional Strengthening9.Support to National Activities10.Support to Establishing National Planning and Policies11.Support to Capacity BuildingUN SPIDER Activities (A/AC.105/894)

    United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency ResponseUnited Nations International UN-SPIDER Expert Meeting - Salzburg, Austria 7.-9. Febr. 2008

    UN-SPIDER Expert Meeting Building Upon the Network of Regional Support Offices

    February 7- 9 2008Schloss LeopoldskronSalzburg / Austria UNOOSA

    United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency ResponseUnited Nations International UN-SPIDER Expert Meeting - Salzburg, Austria 7.-9. Febr. 2008

    United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency ResponseUnited Nations International UN-SPIDER Expert Meeting - Salzburg, Austria 7.-9. Febr. 2008

    GMOSS Summer Schools H. Klug & P. Zeil (Z_GIS)

    The Summer School Conceptone week Summer School

    GMOSS Summer Schools H. Klug & P. Zeil (Z_GIS)

    Number of Participants23Female10Countries14

    GMOSS Summer Schools H. Klug & P. Zeil (Z_GIS)

    Number of Participants22Female 8Countries11

    GMOSS Summer Schools H. Klug & P. Zeil (Z_GIS)

    Number of Participants22Female 8Countries11

    UN-SPIDER

    Rapid Information for Emergency Response

    UN-SPIDER

    Host

    UN-SPIDER

    Support organisationZ_GIS web-servicesdisseminationregistration

    UN-SPIDER

    contribution to scientific programGMESprojectsCB activitiesCB funds

    UNU-EHS ITC DM School

    UN-SPIDER

    funding participants

    UN-SPIDER

    Rapid Information for Emergency Response

    UN-SPIDER

    Contribution to CB-07-02 (in Brazil 2008 and Morocco 2009)CB....

    UN-SPIDER

    The final beneficiaries

    Geographically, Zimbabwe is a landlocked country. Surrounded by the countries of Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana and Zambia it is enclosed to the North by the Zambezi River, to the South by the Limpopo river and to the East by the Eastern Highlands. Its major industries were agriculture, manufacturing, mining and also tourism, at least before destabilization. Geographically, Zimbabwe is a landlocked country. Surrounded by the countries of Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana and Zambia it is enclosed to the North by the Zambezi River, to the South by the Limpopo river and to the East by the Eastern Highlands. Its major industries were agriculture, manufacturing, mining and also tourism, at least before destabilization. Geographically, Zimbabwe is a landlocked country. Surrounded by the countries of Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana and Zambia it is enclosed to the North by the Zambezi River, to the South by the Limpopo river and to the East by the Eastern Highlands. Its major industries were agriculture, manufacturing, mining and also tourism, at least before destabilization. Geographically, Zimbabwe is a landlocked country. Surrounded by the countries of Mozambique, South Africa, Botswana and Zambia it is enclosed to the North by the Zambezi River, to the South by the Limpopo river and to the East by the Eastern Highlands. Its major industries were agriculture, manufacturing, mining and also tourism, at least before destabilization.