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A delegation from Yangon, Myanmar, composed of 7 representatives led by Colonel Tin Aung Tun, Minister for Security & Border Affairs, visited its project partners in Torino in the week from May 22 to 26.
Two ITHACA members attended the EGU assembly held in Wien from April 23rd to April 28th. Five contributions were presented, of which two were marked as highlights.
From November 28th to December 2nd developers, stakeholders and decision makers met at the GeoNode Summit in Rome. The Summit was organized by the UN World Food Program (WFP) and meetings were held at their headquarters. More than 50 people came from all around the world to discuss the state of the GeoNode development, future releases, new features and present their projects.
It is a very busy September for ITHACA staff who is participating to various international events addressing the topics of disaster risk reduction and emergency management.
ITHACA participated to the VIII Congress of the Italian Remote Sensing Association (AIT) held in Palermo from 22 to 24 June 2016.
ITHACA participated in a field exercise on Civil Protection Modules within the framework of the EU Civil Protection Mechanism, joining the Italian TAST (Technical Assistance Support Team) of the Regione Piemonte Civil Protection Sector.
The exercise (Trimodex exercise 3) was held in Weeze (Germany) from 26th to 29th of May 2016, where a deployment of an EUCP Team, TAST and USAR modules in a country hit by a hurricane with pre-existing issues related to refugees was realistically simulated, as you can see in this video.
This was a unique opportunity for Ithaca to better understand the information management requirements (especially in terms of mapping and geographic information) in the OSOCC (On Site Operations Coordination Centre) as well as in the BoO (Base of Operations).
We would like to thank the Regione Piemonte Civil Protection for making this collaboration possible as well as all the civil protection volunteers that joined the exercise.
ITHACA has been invited to present its activities at the Tropical Thursdays, a series of open seminars organized in the framework of the MSc in Natural Resources Management for Tropical Rural Development (Italian Agency for Development Cooperation and School of Agriculture of the University of Florence).
La celebrazione della Giornata Mondiale dell'Acqua 2016 (Risoluzione ONU 47/193) è l’occasione per riunire tecnici e studiosi, ed in particolare i giovani allievi che nel prossimo futuro si occuperanno di ingegneria idraulica e dell’acqua come risorsa globale in un’ottica di sviluppo sostenibile, per dialogare intorno al tema dell’acqua e delle possibilità offerte e perseguite dalla cooperazione internazionale.
Check out ITHACA's contribution to Imaggeo on Mondays series, part of the GeoLog blog of the European Geosciences Union. The featured image was finalist at the 2015 EGU photo competition.
The workshop is organised by ISPRS WG VIII/1 - Disaster and Risk Reduction jointly with the Indian Society of Geomatics (ISG) and Indian Society of Remote Sensing (ISRS).
Ecomondo is the reference platform for the Mediterranean dedicated to the main international strategies on eco-innovation. It was held from 3 to 6 November 2015 in Rimini Fiera.
ITHACA is hosting the 2015 Fall GeoNode Code Sprint from November 17th to 20th in Turin, Italy while Boundless will be hosting New Orleans, LA, USA. Both locations will engage with each other on a daily basis as discussions will be organized around triaging tickets, documentation, and more.
Next Tuesday we will present the GeoNode Open Source project at the ASITA 2015 Conference. ASITA is the Italian Federation of Scientifc Associations for Territorial and Environmental Information. This year conference will be held in Lecco at the local Politecnico di Milano campus.
The 15th EMS (European Meteorological Society) Annual Meeting & 12th European Conference on Applications of Meteorology (ECAM) will be held in Sofia (Bulgaria) from September 7th to 11th 2015. This year conference theme is "High impact weather and hydrological hazards: from observation to impact mitigation".
Hosted by the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society, the International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium 2015 (IGARSS 2015) will be held from Sunday July 26th through Friday July 31th, 2015 at the Convention Center in Milan, Italy. The Conference main theme is "Remote Sensing: Understanding the Earth for a Safer World".
The ISPRS Technical Commission VIII and the Indian Society of Remote Sensing (jointly with the Indian Society of Geomatics and sponsored by the Indian Space Research Organisation) are organising the ISPRS TC VIII Mid-Term Symposium 2014 , which will be held in Hyderabad, India on December 9-12, 2014.
Delegates attending next week’s INSPIRE Conference 2014 can catch up on all the latest news from the European Location Framework (ELF) project.
ITHACA has been invited to join the End-User group of the EU co-funded RECONASS FP7 project, as an organization involved in emergency mapping activities.
A Joint International Workshop of ISPRS WG VIII/1 and WG IV/4 on 'Geospatial Data for Disaster and Risk Reduction' is scheduled to be organised at Hyderabad during November 21-22, 2013.
The city of Reading (United Kingdom) will host the 13th EMS Annual Meeting & 11th European Conference on Applications of Meteorology (ECAM) from 9 to 13 September 2013. ITHACA will present a poster: “Automated extreme rainfall monitoring and forecasting: towards an effective alert dissemination for humanitarian practitioners”. The poster is available for download (2.3 MB).
On 3 September 2013, ICSU-GeoUnions, JBGIS and UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER presented a new report which shows the economic, humanitarian and organizational benefits of applying Geoinformation to disaster management.
On June 13 and 14 ITHACA will be one of the speakers at the 7th workshop on "Remote sensing for territorial management and monitoring", held in San Martino in Pensilis (Campobasso).
The event lies within the Science Weeks initiative, organized by Centro Scienza, with the aim to foster and nourish people's interest in science. In the months of May and June, Torino will host events and projects which will encourage the great public to discover more about scientific research and its effects on everyday life.