Emergency Management

The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (CEMS) provides information for emergency response for different natural and man-made disasters and other humanitarian disasters as well as prevention, preparedness, response and recovery activities. CEMS is composed of: (1) an on-demand mapping component including the provision of rapid maps for emergency response and risk & recovery maps for prevention and planning; (2) the early warning and monitoring component which includes systems for floods (European Flood Awareness System – Global Flood Awareness System), droughts (European Drought Observatory – Global Drought Observatory), and forest fires (European Forest Fire Information System – Global Wildfire Information System); (3) the Exposure Mapping component, providing global, harmonized and up-to-date, exposure information, which are fundamental for disaster risk and crisis management.

Services associated:

Sesame

Sesame makes data from Copernicus and others (statistics, atmospheric or climate) accessible via themes and collections from the catalogues. Collections can be browsed and searched by keyword. Products can be viewed, filtered and downloaded according to the provider’s capabilities.

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Islet Compute

Infrastructure / Platform as a service. Users can deploy and run legacy applications in proximity to the “DestinE Data Portfolio” data available in the DestinE Data Lake.

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EDEN

EDEN is the place to discover and access Earth’s Digital Twin to monitor the effects of natural and human activity on our planet, anticipate extreme events and adapt policies to climate-related challenges.

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