first BigData@Geo project meeting

first BigData@Geo project meeting

June 20, 2023

Today we had our first meeting with Andreas Hotho (Informatics) and Heiko Paeth (climatology) about our new BigData@Geo project, funded within the EFRE framework. The project aims to support local SMEs with science based knowledge about georisks, climate change, landcover conditions and change and other relevant parameters for SMEs to adapt to predicted environmental changes.

More details about this project can be found here: https://bigdata-at-geo.eu/

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