SDGs-EYES methodology

SDGs-EYES aims at bringing together research and industry experts together with different stakeholders communities to build a scientific, technological and user engagement framework for monitoring SDGs indicators.

The novelty relies on the designing and developing of a scientific and technological framework to build robust, reliable and accurate indicators.

This is possible through aggregating and processing Earth Observation (EO) – that includes satellite, in-situ, data analytics and numerical models’ data – provided by the Copernicus’s six core services and the space and in-situ components.

By building iteratively the Service prototype and showcasing the capabilities of the SDGs monitoring framework, the project will gather feedback from the end-users and shape new products to maximise their uptake and impact following the agile methodology

The SDGs-EYES Service will be developed by starting from the use cases selected in five pilots for demonstration, evaluation and assessment.

SDGs-EYES has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon Europe Programme for research and innovation under project number 101082311. | Legal | Credits