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FabSpace 2.0: A Platform for Application and Service Development based on Earth Observation Data

Abstract : The goal of FabSpace 2.0 project is to transform Universities to Open Innovation Centers for their corresponding region and improve their societal contribution to the socioeconomic and environmental performance. For this purpose, the project provides to students, researchers, as well as to citizens or even companies, with a framework and a digital platform which gives open access to a range of geodata, i.e. Earth Observation data, but also computing and visualization tools. By this way, it is expected that the participants can work in an open co-working space, where they can interact with each other. Additionally, the participants will be assisted to assess the business aspects of any potential idea. The outcome of such an activity is the increase of possibility for participants to find a revolutionary concept, which can result to new and sustainable applications and/or services. Moreover the target group exceeds the usual Earth Observation professionals, and focuses also in professionals of other disciplines, where the use of Earth Observation data can create novel technologies.
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Charalampos Marantos, Iosif Paraskevas, Kostas Siozios, Josiane Mothe, Colette Menou, et al.. FabSpace 2.0: A Platform for Application and Service Development based on Earth Observation Data. 6th International Conference on Modern Circuits and Systems Technologies (MOCAST 2017), May 2017, Thessaloniki, Greece. pp. 1. ⟨hal-01913666⟩

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