Below are some details about the appraisal of the EOCare service by third-party organisations.
EOCare is already referenced in several frameworks:
The Network of Resources (NoR), an ESA initiative which intends to foster the use of cloud environments or platforms, more particularly by sponsoring users from the research and development sector willing to access commercial resources.
The Open Cloud for Research Environments (OCRE) project, which aims at accelerating cloud adoption in the European context by bringing together cloud providers, Earth observation organisations and the R&D community.
The following entities have requested the support of EOCare for the implementation of their training sessions:
The Centrale Supélec engineering school organised late 2021 a course entitled “Thematic sequence” focusing on Earth observation and targeted at first year students. The objective was to provide them with access to innovative technologies and powerful tools so that they become autonomous in their future projects related to remote sensing.
ESA organised in May 2021 the 6th Advanced Course on Radar Polarimetry. This course aimed at training the next generation of Earth observation scientists to exploit SAR dual and fully polarimetric data for science and applications development.