Based on novel EO-based products and enhanced data sets dedicated to the Black Sea (Ocean colour data, Coastal altimetry, High resolution salinity, Sea state information), the EO4SIBS project aims at generating new knowledge and methodology to better asses:
Physical oceanography and biochemical ecosystems
Black Sea level dynamics and trends
The different multidimensional datasets produced in the project will be accessible in a web interface that includes a cartographic portal. In addition to vizualisation of datalayers, users will be able to interrogate specific locations to show/download related multidimensional information (time series, depth, etc.). The Geomatics Unit is in charge of the development of the project website including the cartographic portal: http://www.eo4sibs.uliege.be
The project also aims at developping a Scientific Roadmap identifying science priorities and new development activities in the Black Sea for the next years.
Partners: ESA (Financer), ULiège MAST laboratory (Applicant), Institutul National de Cercetare, Sorbonne University, CLS, Institut de Ciencies del Mar, Terra Signa, Jailoo.eu.
European Union (Interreg EMR)
Province of Limburg Belgium
Dutch Limburg Province
The objective of EO_Regions_Science Shared-Cost project is to perform a consistent and coordinated set of basic research activities in support to EORegions!
Under the coordination of Centre Spatial de Liege, the partners are making a step further in the interoperability of processes and their collaboration within EORegions!. Supported by Belspo, the project aims to contextualize and make accessible to the greatest number the tools developed by the father project. This project has been carried with the support of the Belgian Federal Science Policy Office (BELSPO) in the research programme for Earth Observation STEREO III.
Project developer : Centre Spatial de Liège
Partners : ULiege, ISSeP, RMA Brussels
The goal of EcoCityTools is to provide an integrated decision-support platform, to effectively establish environmental and energy diagnostics at the neighborhood level and to make rehabilitation or development choices.
It is an urban planning solution involving the development of products and services based on emerging technologies in analysis (ICT, Big Data and numerical simulation), operating in a new collaborative mode around a 3D GIS (Geographic Information System) to quickly deliver studies for the decision-maker.
Project developer : 1SpatialBelgium
Partners : Cenaero, ULiège, Atm-Pro, Arcadis, Meterbuy, Odometric, GRE-Liège
The third edition of the National Atlas of Belgium is financed by “Belgian Science Policy” (Belspo) in the framework of the program “ATLAS: Exploitation of the results of the socio-economic survey 2001”.
Six volumes will be published besides the guide of reading:
- political and electoral geography
- agriculture and rural world
- the habitat
- economic activities
The Geomatics Unit is responsible for the final cartographic of volumes 1. 4 and 5 (political and electoral geography, the habitat and economic activities)
A second project entitled “digital Atlas of Belgium” not only makes it possible to update the maps but also to add additional maps like creating its own maps.