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Civil Security: Understanding the Risks, Preventing Disasters, and Mitigating the Impacts with Earth Observation (EO) Applications and Services

National security is one of the engines of Canada’s activities in space. In recent years, the Canadian Space Agency (CSA, a CEOS Member Agency) advanced the field of civil security and disaster risk management in Canada through partnerships with industry, universities, and government. These partnerships focus on the needs of organizations working in the civil security field and promote the integration of operational Earth observation (EO) technologies and services, including data processing, methods, applications, demonstrations, and more. These innovations and solutions help us better understand disaster risks and mitigate the consequences of disasters, such as floods, forest fires, landslides, water pollution, train accidents, and coastal storms.

This workshop took place in the XVI Congress of the Quebec Association of Remote Sensing (AQT), on October 29, 2015, as part of the CEOS Working Group on Capacity Building & Data Democracy (WGCapD) Distance Education Course – Remote Sensing Technology for Disaster Risk Management.

Workshop Goals
  • To provide an update of EO missions and tools available to improve our understanding of disaster risks, prevention, and response
  • To demonstrate existing regional applications of satellite Earth observations and relevant services in the civil security field
  • To increase our knowledge about civil security as it pertains to disaster management

Find below the links to the presentations and recorded sessions:

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