The Open-Earth-Monitor Global Workshop 2023 brought together European and international experts in the field of open-source Earth Observation applications in Bolzano, Italy. Held over the span of five days, the event served as a platform to discuss and test solutions to the greatest challenges in geospatial applications.
The well-organised workshop was of great interest to B-Cubed which joined the Earth Observation (EO) community to discuss, among others:
The big amount of data;
Data providers fragmentation;
Growing amount of analysis workflows;
Reproducibility and interoperability of EO workflows;
The FAIRness of EO data;
Upscaling of local workflows for use on global data;
Mobilising EO data and other data sources;
Development of standards for analysis-ready data.
During a session focused on biodiversity monitoring on 6 October, B-Cubed’s member Damiano Oldoni (Research Institute for Nature and Forest) delivered a talk about the spatial uncertainty aspects of biodiversity occurrence cubes. Explore his presentation ‘Biodiversity data cubes: spatial aggregation and uncertainty’.