The CopHub.AC Citizen App will provide information about the Copernicus Academy to interested people. The information provided will consist of different Copernicus Service information layers such as temperature, soil moisture, air quality, aso.
Here you can test an additional application form, by which the CopHub.AC project collects additional data of potential and current members, in order to feed the knowledge landscape and other interactive tools under development.
The Innovation Monitor is anticipated as a dashboard-type of interface providing facts & figures on Copernicus stimulated innovation (in analogy to the EU Innovation Scoreboard).
The Knowledge Landscape Map is a Web service providing information about the Copernicus Academy members showing institutions and their expertise in relevant fields, in a user-friendly and searchable way.
Thematic Working Groups
The overall objective of the Copernicus Academy Thematic Working Groups is to capitalise on the excellence of the Copernicus Academy members to provide research results to the Copernicus stakeholders in a systematic way.
CopHub.AC / CoRDiNet Joint Policy Brief
The experiences of two complementary Horizon 2020 projects, CopHub.AC and CoRdiNet, which are part of the user uptake strategy of the European Union for Copernicus data and services are shown in a joint booklet.