GEOhub: A Brand-new Open Innovation Network for Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development

Telespazio and its subsidiaries e-GEOS and GAF have signed, along with Politecnico di Milano, Università “La Sapienza” of Rome, SEELab of SDA Bocconi, and other businesses and start-ups, the constitutional manifesto for GEOHub, an open innovation network aimed at developing geoinformation solutions to support environmental protection and sustainable development.

Milan   14 May 2019

 

The manifesto has been signed today at the Living Planet Symposium, amongst the biggest Earth observation conferences in the world, organised by the European Space Agency (ESA), at the MiCo Conference Centre in Milan.

The intention behind GEOHub is to seize the opportunities offered by the technological blending and coming together of the geoinformation satellite services and big data worlds, as well as artificial intelligence applications, cloud services, blockchainsand machine learning.

GEOHub’s aim is to provide innovative services that turn big space data into targeted, timely, and user-friendly applications, for sectors like emergency management, precision agriculture, environmental and infrastructure monitoring, and business intelligence.

Telespazio, e-GEOS and GAF want to increase the GEOHub social innovation hub by adding skills and advantages from the academic and innovation worlds. The aim is to redesign the geoinformation area in the near future and to identify ever more innovative tools for protecting our Planet.

Other News & Stories

22.10.2020
T-DROMES, Telespazio's platform for managing fleets of drones

An innovative platform, designed to manage the fleets of drones and cover every phase of a mission: it is T-DROMES, successfully tested during the test flights in collaboration with Leonardo and the Children's Hospital Bambino Gesù.

21.10.2020
Coronavirus Emergency: Telespazio and e-GEOS present HERMES, a system of services to help health institutions

HERMES is an ecosystem of services to help hospitals and first aid units to better respond to health emergencies.

29.09.2020
Telespazio at the ESA EO Φ-WEEK 2020

The ESA EO Φ-WEEK, a week-long series of panels dedicated to the technologies and innovations in the Earth Observation sector, started on September 28th. Telespazio is present at the digital event with Telespazio-UK, Telespazio France, e-GEOS and GAF.

24.09.2020
Gaia Mission: A great team work for a great success

Ambition and accuracy are the keywords of Gaia, the ESA’s mission launched in 2013 and designed to explore the position and velocity of more than a billion stars in the Milky Way. Telespazio played a fundamental role in Gaia, supporting ESA in several phases of the entire mission.

03.09.2020
COVID-19: e-GEOS will develop a solution to monitor the economic recovery

e-GEOS has signed a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) for the development of a solution capable of integrating and analyzing large amounts of  both satellite and non-satellite data, to help monitor the economic recovery after the COVID-19 outbreak, in particular in the port, logistics and freight transport sectors.

22.10.2020
T-DROMES, Telespazio's platform for managing fleets of drones

An innovative platform, designed to manage the fleets of drones and cover every phase of a mission: it is T-DROMES, successfully tested during the test flights in collaboration with Leonardo and the Children's Hospital Bambino Gesù.

21.10.2020
Coronavirus Emergency: Telespazio and e-GEOS present HERMES, a system of services to help health institutions

HERMES is an ecosystem of services to help hospitals and first aid units to better respond to health emergencies.

29.09.2020
Telespazio at the ESA EO Φ-WEEK 2020

The ESA EO Φ-WEEK, a week-long series of panels dedicated to the technologies and innovations in the Earth Observation sector, started on September 28th. Telespazio is present at the digital event with Telespazio-UK, Telespazio France, e-GEOS and GAF.

24.09.2020
Gaia Mission: A great team work for a great success

Ambition and accuracy are the keywords of Gaia, the ESA’s mission launched in 2013 and designed to explore the position and velocity of more than a billion stars in the Milky Way. Telespazio played a fundamental role in Gaia, supporting ESA in several phases of the entire mission.

03.09.2020
COVID-19: e-GEOS will develop a solution to monitor the economic recovery

e-GEOS has signed a contract with the European Space Agency (ESA) for the development of a solution capable of integrating and analyzing large amounts of  both satellite and non-satellite data, to help monitor the economic recovery after the COVID-19 outbreak, in particular in the port, logistics and freight transport sectors.