Are we making the most of the massive amounts of data our satellites provide on our atmosphere, marine environment and land? How do we turn what we see into decisive policies?
The Knowledge Centre on Earth Observation makes sense of a wealth of data provided by the EU's satellites under the Copernicus program on the state and environment of our planet.
Since 2004, the UN and the EC have collaborated on a multi-hazard alert system calculating the impact of a disaster by satellite and coordinating the need for assistance on site.
Experts at the JRC investigate potential threats that may affect Galileo, the European programme for a global satellite navigation system.
Satellite imagery helps assess and monitor the state of global land use over time. By comparing past and present images, we can get an overview of the evolution of land pressures.
Discover how EU scientists investigate how to prevent harmful electromagnetic interference on your portable devices, Wi-Fi access points and satellite navigation receivers.
Peek inside the fascinating anechoic chamber of the European Microwave Signature Laboratory.
Actinides elements are the backbone of nuclear fission technologies. They are used in many strategic fields, from space exploration to medical diagnostic and treatments.