11/05/2021 by Preligens
Preligens will attend the AI4Copernicus 2021 event, taking place on the 30th of November 2021 at the Belgian Royal Military Academy in Brussels or online. The topic of this event will be “Earth Observation and Artificial Intelligence for a Safer World”
Jonathan Debilde, Senior Sales Executive at Preligens will give a Keynote Speech of how AI can help build a safer world. He will in particular discuss Preligens' IMINT capabilities deployment during ZAPAD-2021, a Russian military exercise.
Come and meet Preligens and international experts specialising in the use of AI and Earth Observation (EO) technologies to tackle challenges related to Security and Defense.
Looking forward to welcoming you on 30th November 2021 in Brussels or online.
Following the success of the first edition of our AI4Copernicus event in 2019, the Copernicus Relays of Belgium and the Royal Military Academy are currently preparing a second edition to take place on November 30th 2021 in Brussels. Focussing on Security and Defence, our 2021 event will highlight the interaction between EO and AI for a “safer world”. Globally, incidents and hazards of diverse nature pose a threat to our safety and security now more than ever. On the other hand, it is no longer a secret that geospatial information and artificial intelligence provide a unique perspective for a better understanding of our environment in the broadest sense: humanitarian aid, contingency planning, general crime and security surveillance, critical infrastructure, military capabilities, migration, food security,… Once again, our objective is to gather the EO and AI Belgian research and industrial communities although this time with a very specific purpose in mind: Security and Defence. Our AI4Copernicus day will offer you the opportunity to:
Besides the more military applications, 3 main thematic fields will be addressed:
Moreover, a special session will be organised in cooperation with Switch to Space, a Belgian initiative for students and young professionals dreaming of a career in the Space sector. These enthusiastic youngsters, aware of the issues at stake, will be able to connect with a booming sector which is constantly on the lookout for new talent. Ultimately, they might even land an internship or job with one of the participating AI and/or EO companies. Our aim is to reach out to an international audience; therefore, the conference will also be on-line.