Eurisy, a non-profit association gathering space agencies, international organisations, research institutions, and private businesses involved or interested in space-related activities across Europe, selected HYPERION project for an educational video regarding the pilot site in Rhodes and how HYPERION’s research activity faces the threats from Climate Change and geo-hazard events. The video also aimed to explain how the project is using Copernicus services, to gather important data that assist in project goals and protect European Cultural Heritage.

Copernicus is the Earth Observation Programme of the European Union which is looking at our planet and its environment for the benefit of global citizens. Five Copernicus missions are currently in orbit and the data they provide enable six information services free and openly accessible, that can be used by private, public and international organizations to improve life on Earth.

Check out the video here.