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.
The booklet by CoRdiNet and CopHubAC can be downloaded here (link).
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The “Women in Copernicus” project (link) aims at identifying opportunities and obstacles in the paths of these women, and also to... View Article