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KEPLER’s Roadmap

KEPLER’s aim was to provide a clear, concise and achievable road map for the Copernicus programme to develop industry and societal-driven value-added technologies, products, and other services. After 2½ years investigation into end user and stakeholder information requirements for the Polar Regions, the KEPLER… Continue Reading “KEPLER’s Roadmap”


End of project dissemination continues for KEPLER – this week, project Co-ordinator Nick Hughes presented KEPLER project highlights and main achievements at ESA’S Polar Science Cluster Collocation Meeting. For more information check on ESA’s website below:

Thanks from KEPLER

As we wrap up the KEPLER project, the team would like to thank all participants in the project, both project members and those that have input to workshops and questionnaires and all other activities – we’re grateful for your efforts, which have contributed to… Continue Reading “Thanks from KEPLER”

Arctic Stakeholder Map

The KEPLER Interactive Stakeholder Map is an exploratory application, developed during the KEPLER project. The map provides an overview of Arctic activities and linkages to the European Union’s Copernicus programme. The platform is now live, check it out at – a direct link is also… Continue Reading “Arctic Stakeholder Map”


As the KEPLER project wraps up, we have produced a video to highlight how KEPLER’s recommendations can inform the next phase of the Copernicus programme, aiming to improve information services for users in polar regions. The full length version of the KEPLER video is… Continue Reading “KEPLER Video”