07/18/2022

Synergistically exploiting the Copernicus Core Services. Developing an umbrella cross-cutting application for urban resilience

CURE synergistically exploits the Copernicus Core Services and develops an umbrella cross-cutting application for urban resilience in DIAS (Data and Information Access Services), consisting of 11 individual cross-cutting applications for climate change adaptation/mitigation, energy and economy, as well as healthy cities and social environments, at several European cities.

Cure Project Spotlight:

CURE synergistically exploits the Copernicus Core Services and develops an umbrella cross-cutting application for urban resilience in DIAS (Data and Information Access Services), consisting of 11 individual cross-cutting applications for climate change adaptation/mitigation, energy and economy, as well as healthy cities and social environments, at several European cities.

For more information visit: http://cure-copernicus.eu/index.html

The CURE project attempts to innovatively deploy information from Copernicus Core Services concerning atmosphere, land, climate change and emergency; in order to address the multidimensionality of urban resilience. In parallel, it exploits spatially disaggregated environmental Earth Observation (EO) data and products, which are not directly available from the Copernicus Core Services, such as data from contemporary satellite missions and in-situ observations. All the above are combined with third-party EO modelling towards coping with the required local scale.


The CURE data products, linked to the CURE System will be open and available for demonstration and evaluation, via the CURE data repository hosted on DIAS, including web-based exploration and analytical capabilities.

The eleven CURE cross-cutting applications include:

  • Local Scale Surface Temperature Dynamics
  • Surface Urban Heat Island assessment
  • Urban Heat Emissions Monitoring
  • Urban CO2 Emissions Monitoring
  • Urban Flood Risk
  • Urban Subsidence, Movements and Deformation Risk
  • Urban air quality
  • Urban thermal comfort
  • Urban Heat Storage Monitoring
  • Nature-Based Solutions
  • Health Impacts (Socioeconomic Perspective)

Click here for further information: http://cure-copernicus.eu/thecuresystem.html

 

CURE Newsletter

The 5th issue of the CURE Newsletter is now available presenting the progress and achievements of the CURE project during the first half of 2022 and three more CURE applications.

Check out the newsletter: https://zenodo.org/record/6770107#.YrreV-xByUk

 

CURE Progress Meeting in Bilbao

The 5th CURE progress meeting was held on the 30th of June in Bilbao thanks to Tecnalia.
It was the first in person progress meeting since the outbreak of COVID, and we were very pleased to meet our partners in person again.

 

 

Synergistically exploiting the Copernicus Core Services. Developing an umbrella cross-cutting application for urban resilience
CURE Application Example: Local Scale Surface Temperature Dynamics

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