Announcing the Official Launch of the EOTEC DevNet Website: Your Gateway to Earth Observation Capacity Building!

We’re thrilled to announce the official launch of our new EOTEC DevNet website! This platform aims to serve as a centralized hub for information exchange and peer networking on Earth observation and capacity building.

What Can You Do on Our Website?

  • Stay Updated: Visit our “Updates” section for the latest on capacity building events and initiatives.
  • Learn and Grow: Dive into our “Learn” section to access a wealth of capacity-building resources, including training calendars, use cases, guidance, EOTEC DevNet spotlight and webinar recordings. Special thanks to our members and founding partners—CEOS, UNOOSA, WMO, CGMS, and GEO—for their invaluable contributions.
  • Engage and Discuss: Join the conversation in our “Connect” section, featuring our Regional Communities of Practice and Thematic Working Groups.
  • Know Us Better: Learn about our mission, vision, and team in the “About” section.

Why Should You Join the Community?

  • Connect: Don’t just follow—engage! Share your research, ask a question and learn from global experts.
  • Influence: Help set regional training priorities.
  • Access: Find specialized resources and tool trackers.
  • Collaborate: Meet like-minded professionals and potential project partners.

How to Get Involved?

  1. Sign Up: Use the “Sign Up” button to become a part of our community.
  2. Choose Your Interest: Join the Regional Communities of Practice and/or Thematic Working Groups.
  3. Participate: Mark your calendars for our regular meetings and contribute to our products.

Next Steps

  1. Subscribe to get updates: Get activity notifications from the Communities of Practice or Working Groups by subscribing.
  2. Follow Us on Social Media: We’re active on Twitter and LinkedIn. Follow us to stay tuned.
  3. Share: Love what you see? Share it with your network and let’s grow this community together!

We’re excited for you to explore our platform and even more excited to see how you’ll contribute to this growing community. See you online!

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