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Historic Environment Scotland project kick off

28/06/2019

Historic Environment Scotland (HES) kick off ESA Business Applications project to address challenges faced in managing / maintaining assets affected by coastal erosion, ground movement and climate change.

This exciting project will launch on Friday 28 June at the Engine Shed in Stirling, which is Scotland’s dedicated conservation centre (https://www.engineshed.scot/) and we are thrilled to invite you to attend and learn about the background to the project, the importance of space to the Scottish and UK economy and what the project aims to achieve.
Speakers will cover the challenges faced in managing and maintaining historically important assets including an update on Dynamic Coast – Scotland’s Coastal Change Assessment project (http://dynamiccoast.com/) and overview of technologies that are currently being used and how satellite capability may assist.
More details on the event and registration are here….


The Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications, SoXSA, is bringing space down to Earth.