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Title: Global Monitoring for Environment and Security


1
Global Monitoring for Environment and Security
Mauro FACCHINI DG ENTR- GMES Bureau NEREUS 1
December 2010
2
What is GMES?
  • An independent Earth Observation system for
    Europe
  • The largest fleet of satellites and
    atmosphere/earth-based monitoring instruments in
    the world
  • An end user-focused programme of services for
    environment and security
  • Joined-up information for policymakers,
    scientists, businesses and the public
  • Europes response to the global need for
    environment and climate monitoring

3
EU Added value
  • Overall information chain from observation to
    information required by the users
  • System of systems mutualisation long term
    sustainability of capacities resources
  • Build on existing capacities in MS
  • Coordination of user needs at Global, European,
    National and Regional level

4
What is the objective?
...to provide information services to
policy-makers and other users
5
Some key milestones
Initiation of GMES, Baveno ManifestoGothenburg
EU Summit establish by 2008 an operational
European capacity for GMESInvestments by ESA
and EC on services GMES becomes flagship of
the European Space Policy ESA C-MIN in Berlin
approves GMES Space Component programmeGMES
Bureau creation 1,2 B in the period
2007-2013 EC-ESA agreement on GMES signedGMES
services presented at Lille Forum Commission
proposal for a GMES Programme Regulation Commissio
n Communication on the GMES Space component EP
and EU Council adopt the regulation Launch of
first GMES Sentinels
1998 200020012005200620082009 201
0 2012
6
GMES Overall View
USERS



What is their need?
Examples provided
Information services
Sustainable information
OBSERVATION
7
GMES Components
  • GMES is an EU led initiative
  • In-situ component coordinated by EEA
  • Observations mostly within national
    responsibility,
  • with coordination at European level
  • air, sea- and ground-based systems and
    instruments
  • Space Component coordinated by ESA
  • Sentinels - EO missions developed
    specifically for GMES
  • Contributing Missions - EO missions built
    for purposes other than GMES but
    offering part of their capacity to GMES
    (EU/ESA MSs, EUMETSAT, commercial, international)

8
GMES Services
Monitoring of Earth systems
Land
Marine
Atmosphere
Horizontal applications
Security
Emergency
Climate Change
9
Expected benefits

Cat.1 (Efficiency Benefits) 2786 M Cat.2
(European Policy Formulation Benefits) 14582
M Cat. 3 (Global Action Benefits) 17298 M
Total benefits (up to 2030)
Efficiency Saving Air Quality Marine Flooding Con
flict Resolution Humanitarian Aid Seismic
Application Forest Fires Other risk Civil
Security Appl. Forest Ecosystems (EU) Climate
Change Adaptation Deforestation
Climate Desertification Desertification
Ecosystem
15,000
0
5,000
10,000
Based on PWC study
10
Expected benefits
  • Short term support to the implementation of
    running policies and legislation
  • Medium Term support to the definition
    and formulation of new policies
  • Longer Term impacting the formulation and
    implementation of policies with a global reach

11
Expected benefits
  • Space technologies and derived services as
    building block of the innovation plan, which is
    part of the European strategy against the
    economic crisis
  • The implementation of GMES will be ensured by
    European Companies
  • - downstream services companies will benefit
    from the European investments
  • - They will have the ability to develop long
    term strategy thanks to Earth Observation data
  • - The competencies will be kept and available in
    Europe

12
Programme evolution
RD
RD
Preparatory actions
Initial Operations
EU Operational programme
2004
2009
2006
2013
2014
2023
2017
2011
13
Implementation of Initial Operations
  • Financing
  • Emergency
  • Land
  • Take up of Services
  • Space Component
  • Governance
  • GMES Committee
  • Security Board
  • User Forum

14
Next programmatic steps
  • Estimate funding required before and after 2014
  • Cost analysis
  • Prepare GMES Governance, for build-up and
    operational programme
  • GMES legislative programme

15
Role of regions
  • It is highly important to involve the regional
    dimension in the implementation of GMES services.
  • This involvement will
  • help to identify specific needs that could be
    similar in different regions and could form the
    basis for a cross-border and trans-national
    cooperation,
  • promote GMES capabilities better in local
    administrations and thereby foster an increased
    demand.
  • facilitate access to services for regional
    users
  • foster partnerships for downstream service
    providers

16
Role of regions
  • Call for proposals was included in FP7-Space
    Workrprogramme 2010 (negotiations ongoing)
  • Expected impact from selected projects
  • improving the knowledge, structuring and
    awareness of the GMES downstream sector at the
    regional level.
  • supporting downstream service providers ability
    to obtain a better market overview, to identify
    and assess market segments suitable for
    investment, and to identify potential partners.
  • providing regional users of GMES services with a
    facilitated identification of services and
    service providers with a capacity to respond to
    their needs.
  • enhancing the attraction for regional financial
    support to GMES related activities.

17
Conclusion
  • GMES is a challenge it is an ambitious programme
    with great expectations and involves several
    partners.
  • Ambitious activities need time
  • Moving from Research to operations
  • Regions role as users and downstream market
    facilitators

18
For further information please visit EC GMES
website ec.europa.eu/gmes EU Space
Research ec.europa.eu/enterprise/policies/spa
ce/research FP7 services website gmes.info
19
Back-up slides
20
Land services
  • Land services address a broad range of EU
    policies and users (land use planning, forestry,
    water, agriculture etc.)
  • Stepwise approach
  •  multi-purpose  products common to many users
    and applications (1st priority) 3 components
  • Global Essential Climate Variables (ECVs),
    biogeophysical parameters in support to Climate
    Change monitoring
  • Continental Pan-EU products (e.g. Pan-EU land
    cover and land cover change)
  • Local zooming on hot spot (e.g. urban areas,
    protected area, coastal areas etc.)
  • thematic products at EU or International level
    (e.g. water quality/quantity models, crop
    forecasts, environmental indicators etc.)

21
GMES Services
Marine
  • Maritime transport
  • Ocean resources
  • Sea temperature
  • Sea level rise
  • Oil spill monitoring

22
GMES Services
ATMOSPHERE
  • Global European
  • Air quality
  • Climate Forcing, e.g. Aerosols, GHG, ECVs
  • Ozone
  • UV monitoring/Solar radiation
  • gtSupport implementation of Directives (Air
    Quality) international conventions (Montreal,
    CLRTAP, Kyoto)
  • gtBetter analysis of national, regional air
    pollution abatement policies measures
  • gt Solar Energies Solar-radiation potential
    analysis

23
GMES Services
Emergency
  • Natural hazards
  • - Floods
  • - Fires
  • - Earthquakes
  • - Tsunamis
  • Land slides..
  • Man-made disasters

24
GMES Services
Security
  • Maritime surveillance
  • Border control
  • External actions
  • Civil security
  • Security service under definition

25
GMES Services
Climate Change
  • Adaptation
  • Mitigation
  • Simulation
  • Enforcement
  • Tracking
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