Usage of satellite imagery in agricultural journalism

On the 22nd of September 2022 from 2:00 PM we will organize an Online Workshop via zoom, on the Usage of satellite imagery in agricultural journalism. We will hear from the technology specialist Jan Labohý from Dynacrop Space company from Czechia. 

During the one-hour session, we expect to learn how journalists can use different online tools, how those images can be used for print or web articles, how to make a time-lapse video of a specific area for social networks and much more. 

We will get an insight into the legal aspects and a short technology introduction. In this interactive workshop, you will see modern technologies for food production in real action and have an opportunity to interact and ask questions.

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About guest

Jan Labohý is the CEO of World from Space, an Earth Observation company focused on the use of Copernicus data and services. He has been working on  Earth Observation private contracts as well as ESA and H2020 projects.  He leads the business development of the DynaCrop service for agriculture software and focuses on regenerative farming practices at the moment. He is an experienced manager and leader with 10+ years of experience in project management in the private, academic, and NGO sectors.

He is a senior consultant in the fields of Earth Observation, especially Copernicus downstream services. He has 5+ years of experience working in the EO downstream industry. He supported GSA/ EUSPA Market development team as a senior consultant for Copernicus in 2021-2022. Jan graduated in Environmental science and Communication studies. As a soft-skills trainer, he is excellent in teamwork, presentation skills, communication, and improvisation. He is a strongly result-driven person with a focus on pushing for fast overall progress.

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