The Earth Observation (EO) Pfi-Week is a 5-day (or sometimes less) conference, literally packed with information about space, research, data cubes, A.I. and everything involving satellites orbiting Terra. It’s taking place every year at the main European Space Agency (ESA) headquarter in Frascati, Rome (Italy) and it brings together hundreds of Earth Observation enthusiasts who would spend hours on end talking about splendid things that we can now do with the help of the satellites. Mostly elevating human activities, like mapping (duh!, of course) but lately also areas less easy to imagine, like agriculture, sea water piracy, soil degradation, climate change tracking, pollution, deforestation and many more.
We have now the knowledge, data, resources and connections to solve the biggest issues of our century.
We're gathering today some tens of petabytes per year. Enough to say that 1 Petabyte = 1 million Gigabytes.
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