CoRdiNet is an open network of five very diverse Copernicus Relays with a coordinating function on local, regional, cluster and national level, supporting, promoting and stimulating digitalisation and new business solutions based on Earth Observation (EO) i.e. Copernicus data. The Horizon2020-funded project is led by the Bavarian network partner bavAIRia e. V. and the University of Leicester (East Midlands) and the Tern-Consortium (Basilicata) are amongst the consortia partners. NEREUS is in charge of integrating external partners into the activities and is responsible for a fund of 100.000 EUR to support additional activities of Copernicus-relays across Europe. The project kicked off in October 2018 and has a duration of two years. NEREUS has a coordinating role with respect to the project funds (100.000 EUR) aiming at the integration of external partners of more than 20 Copernicus innovation actors.
NEREUS organises a dedicated web session to CoRdiNet on Thursday 1st October 2020, 10.00 – 11.00 (CEST). We are pleased... View Article
CoRdiNet participated at this year’s GI_Forum, which was held as a virtual conference due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The... View Article
The “Women in Copernicus” project (link) aims at identifying opportunities and obstacles in the paths of these women, and also to... View Article
CoRdiNet is a Horizon 2020 funded model project for Copernicus Relays (link). The consortium is comprised of five very diverse... View Article
NEREUS on behalf of the CoRdiNet-consortium (Copernicus Relays for digitalisation spanning a Network) invites external partners to propose activities that focus on... View Article
The Horizon2020 CoRdiNet-consortium (www.CoRdiNet.net ) invites external partners to propose activities that focus on making the Copernicus-ecosystem, both at the... View Article
NEREUS on behalf of the CoRdiNet-consortium (Copernicus Relays for digitalisation spanning a Network) invites suitable representatives from relevant organisations to join... View Article