• ESSP ESSP SAS ESSP (European Satellite Services Provider) is a company with extensive experience in operations and service provision of space-based systems. It was founded by seven key European Air Navigation Service Providers: AENA, DFS, DSNA, ENAV, NATS, NAV and Skyguide, and is under the continuous supervision of the EASA. ESSP has been designated by the European Commission as the EGNOS system operator and service provider under EUSPA mandate for the next period. Our mission is to provide Communication, Navigation and Surveillance critical services to users worldwide and we have become a reference provider of secure and certified CNS services in Europe.Website
  • Copernicus SEA Copernicus SEA The Copernicus Security Service in Support to EU External Action (SEA) is an operational European geo-intelligence service designed to support the EU's operations and interests outside its territories. The service sustains the EU decision-making process by improving the situational awareness of the European Commission, European External Action Service and Common Security and Defence Policy stakeholders. Copernicus SEA delivers on-demand custom-designed intelligence products, mainly based on satellite data. The service can respond quickly in case of crises such as political or armed conflicts or provide a clear picture of how phenomena on the ground are changing through extended monitoring campaigns.Website
  • Copernicus ECMWF Copernicus ECMWFCopernicus ECMWF The Copernicus Climate Change Service (C3S) and the Copernicus Atmosphere Monitoring Service (CAMS) are implemented by the European Centre for Medium Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) under the European Commission. C3S provides essential information on climate change, enabling users to make informed decisions about the future. CAMS provides vital data to support all stakeholders addressing air pollution, health and greenhouse gases in the context of a changing climate. The core role of both CAMS and C3S is to provide free, full and open access to quality-assured data; and a choice of atmospheric monitoring, climate change mitigation and adaptation tools and strategies.CAMS Website C3S Website
  • ESA ESA The European Space Agency (ESA) is Europe’s gateway to space. Its mission is to shape the development of Europe’s space capability and ensure that investment in space continues to deliver benefits to the citizens of Europe and the world. ESA is an international organisation with 22 Member States. By coordinating the financial and intellectual resources of its members, it can undertake programmes and activities far beyond the scope of any single European country. ESA Directorate for Earth Observation is based in ESRIN (Frascati, Italy). Website
  • Spaceopal Spaceopal Spaceopal, a joint venture by DLR GfR and Telespazio, a Leonardo and Thales Company, is the prime contractor for the operational services of Galileo, the satellite navigation program of the European Union. As Service Operator of Galileo, Spaceopal is the key partner of EUSPA, and provides navigation services, enhancing position, and precise timing for users worldwide. The entire Galileo constellation and the GNSS services are managed through two satellite Control Centers (in Oberpfaffenhofen, Bavaria, Germany and in Fucino, Abruzzo, Italy), the GNSS Service Center in Torrejón de Ardoz (Spain), several mission-uplink stations and satellite control transmitting stations as well as a growing number of distributed sensor stations worldwide, dedicated to the monitoring the navigation signals. Website
  • Copernicus Marine Service Copernicus Marine Service The Copernicus Marine Service is the marine component of the Copernicus Programme of the European Union. It provides free, regular and systematic authoritative information on the state of the Blue (physical), White (sea ice) and Green (biogeochemical) ocean, on a global and regional scale. The service is funded by the EC and implemented by Mercator Ocean International. It is designed to serve EU policies and International Legal Commitments related to Ocean Governance, to cater for the needs of society at large for global ocean knowledge and to boost the Blue Economy across all maritime sectors by providing free-of-charge state-of-the-art  ocean data and information. Website
  • SatCenSatCen The EU Satellite Centre supports the decision making and actions of the European Union in the field of Common Foreign and Security Policy (CFSP), in particular Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP), including European Union crisis management missions and operations, by providing products and services resulting from the exploitation of relevant space assets and collateral data, including satellite imagery and aerial imagery, and related services. Website
  • EUMETSATEUMETSAT EUMETSAT, Europe’s meteorological satellite agency, monitors the weather and climate from space. Based in Darmstadt, Germany, EUMETSAT provides its 30 member states with meteorological imagery and data that are essential for keeping their communities safe and for the benefit of critical sectors of their economies. EUMETSAT is a key partner in the European Union’s Copernicus Earth observation programme. It operates the Copernicus Sentinel-3 and -6 ocean-monitoring missions, and will operate the Sentinel-4 and -5 missions and the upcoming CO2M mission, which will monitor global carbon dioxide emissions.  Data from these, and EUMETSAT’s own missions, are provided to the Copernicus climate, atmosphere monitoring and marine environment services. Along with the European Space Agency and the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts, EUMETSAT is a partner in the EU’s DestinE initiative, creating digital twins of the entire Earth system. Website
  • Land Monitoring ServiceLand Monitoring Service The Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS) provides worldwide information on the land surface and terrestrial environment. The service is jointly implemented by the European Environment Agency (EEA) and the European Commission DG Joint Research Centre (JRC), as part of the European Commission’s Copernicus Programme. CLMS provides crucial information for environmental policies such as the European Green Deal. It supports stakeholders working in a variety of domains including nature conservation and restoration, agriculture and food security, and spatial and urban planning. All CLMS data are freely and openly accessible, enabling high-quality decision making and innovation in the fields of land monitoring and environmental change. Website
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