Theia speaks up
Interviews with Theia members
Using satellite imagery to establish a link between the environment, the habitats that are favourable to these species, and the human and animal populations at risk
Annelise TRAN, CIRAD researcher and THEIA Risks associated with Infectious Diseases SEC, shares her vision of Theia consortium, its achievements as well as the challenges ahead.
“What motivates my interest in THEIA, but also in the very idea of data consortia, are the ever-changing activities and the associated challenges.”
Arnaud Sellé, CNES-Partner Interoperability Manager for DINAMIS, Theia & ForM@Ter, gives us his vision of Theia contributions and challenges.
Contributing to the development of our partners in the South in the fields of applicative Earth Observation, based on the resources offered by Theia
Meet with Jean-François Faure, one of Theia’s founding fathers and active facilitator of Theia activities in the global South as well as the national secretary of the DINAMIS mechanism.
Providing key information for environmental studies to document changes and trends
Meet with Silvia Valero, the new facilitator for Theia Land Cover SEC. She shares here her ambitions and expectations.
Transfer, a crucial issue for gaining user confidence, essential to respond collectively to societal challenges of the future
Valérie Demarez, facilitator of Theia Irrigation SEC, gives us her vision of the role of Theia consortium, her SEC and satellite research in the face of today’s challenges.
Animation and mediation as key tools for the dissemination of the uses of space
Anne Fromage-Mariette, director of Open IG, a structure coordinating Theia Occitanie RAN, shares with us her vision of the stakes of animation and mediation for the promotion of the uses of space.
“Making Satellite Research, Products and Applications More Visible”
Jean-Pierre Wigneron, active researcher in two Theia SECs and facilitator of Theia Nouvelle Aquitaine Animation Network, shares with us his vision of Theia.
“Together, Simplifying the Spatial”
Amélie Lombard, project manager at Cerema, facilitator of Applisat and co-facilitator of Occitanie RAN shares the reasons for her involvement in Theia
Organizing the scientific community to face the technical challenge of exploiting data and disseminating its own research results.
Rémi Cresson, contributor to two Theia SECs, tells us the reasons for his commitment and his vision of the challenges ahead.
Processing massive data stream of satellite imagery for end-users and transferring the results of research laboratory in a relevant and usable form
Anne Puissant shares the reasons for her multiple involvement in Theia and gives us her vision of where the future lies in urban remote-sensing.
Contributing as a mediator between research and users, to the developing of a true regional satellite-based economy
Philippe Rossello, Director of Geograph’R and co-facilitator of Sud RAN, gives us his vision of mediation between researchers and users of spatial data and animation in the region.
Broadening satellite Data Access, while continuing to address difficult questions
Olivier Hagolle, researcher at Cesbio and facilitator of the Surface Reflectance SEC, describes the reasons for his involvement in Theia and the links with his research.