CAPIGI 2020 IS CROSSING BORDERS
Together with the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine of Ireland and AeroVision we are proud to present that the CAPIGI Conference will be
organised on 14 and 15 May in Dublin

Save the date and join CAPIGI for an update on the latest policy developments in European Agriculture. Get informed about emerging capabilities in satellite data and application, the newest precision agriculture options and how these all converge to a new Performance Agriculture. 

Registration will open soon!

Interested in becoming a sponsor? Please send an email to info@capigi.eu and we will send you the sponsorbrochure with information about our different sponsorpackages.


Silver Sponsors



Since the launch of the first commercial VHR satellite, European Space Imaging has been committed to providing Europe and North Africa with much more than the world’s highest quality satellite imagery. Utilizing their multi-mission ground station at the German Aerospace Center to deliver True 30 cm resolution imagery, the team of geospatial experts are able to bring together unique partnerships, innovative techniques and tailored services to provide solutions for any project. 

Since the launch of the first commercial VHR satellite, European Space Imaging has been committed to providing Europe and North Africa with much more than the world’s highest quality satellite imagery. Utilizing their multi-mission ground station at the German Aerospace Center to deliver True 30 cm resolution imagery, the team of geospatial experts are able to bring together unique partnerships, innovative techniques and tailored services to provide solutions for any project. 

   
   


 

HACKATHON 2018 


THREE-IN-ONE: CONFERENCE - HACKATHON - DEMONSTRATION DAY
20/03/2018

In less than three weeks the CAPIGI conference will start.
Don't forget to register. The CAPIGI team is looking forward to meet you there!

Geospatial data improves the performance of agriculture
01/02/2018

CAPIGI 2018 focusses on Performance Agriculture: a new paradigm in farming where economic benefits are matched by environmental and climate benefits.