These events are designed to introduce the European Ground Motion Service (EGMS) product suite and provide examples of how to access and use the data.
The European Ground Motion Service (EGMS) is a brand-new type of geospatial data, with the power to revolutionise the understanding of ground deformation phenomena and geological hazards across Europe.
In order to facilitate the uptake of this novel product type, the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service (CLMS) team is delighted to announce a series of thematic webinars that will guide users towards a better understanding of the EGMS and the use of its products. The webinars are open for all.
The theme and timing for each event are:
|1: EGMS, a general introduction||Thursday, 02 March 2023|
|2: EGMS and exploitation of natural resources||Wednesday, 29 March 2023|
|3: EGMS and geological hazards||Wednesday, 19 April 2023|
|4: EGMS and climate adaptation||Tuesday, 16 May 2023|
|5: EGMS, urban areas and infrastructure||Wednesday, 07 June 2023|
All webinars will start at 11.00 CET (10.00 GMT) and last one hour, including a live Q&A session. Following each webinar, the presentations and relevant discussion points will be uploaded here.
Registration links will be available on the website one month before each event. You can register now for the first webinar, ‘EGMS, a general introduction’. This webinar will explain the importance of ground motion, introduce EGMS and its underlying technology, present the EGMS products and some of their applications, and demonstrate how to access the products.