The event will take place in Brussels on 24 April in the Breydel Auditorium, DG GROW from 09:00 to 17:30.
The workshop intends to assess the potential of Copernicus in support of Cultural Heritage preservation and management, and to provide inputs for further research and/or operational implementation.
The objectives are:
- To identify intermediate and end-users needs in the Cultural Heritage domain, and assess and characterise space-based applications in support of Cultural Heritage at European and global level
- To assess capabilities and outline requirements for Copernicus-based products/services in support of Cultural Heritage
- To propose and assess implementation scenarios for a structured Copernicus-based approach for Cultural Heritage support
- To define expected socio-economic benefits coming from the use of Copernicus for Cultural Heritage preservation and management, expected cost-savings and wider benefits for Europe.