Higher School of Agriculture Education of Mograne, Tunisia

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  • Assistant professor in digital soil mapping

  • First NameHamouda
  • Last NameAichi
  • TitleMr
  • PositionAssistant professor
  • Email 1hammoudaaichi@gmail.com
  • Phone 1+21627436148
  • Fax+21672660563
  • Organisation NameHigher school of agriculture education of Mograne, Tunisia
  • Departmentagricultural production, Natural resources management
  • TypeResearch & Academic
  • Thematic AreaAccess to raw materialsClimate changeEnergyOther
  • Website(s)www.esamograne.agrinet.tn
  • Street NameMograne
  • Street NoRoute de Zaghouan
  • Postal Code1121
  • TownZaghouan
  • CountryTunisia
    • 1. Which of these statements best describe your Organisation’s role in the value chain?Value-adder(data process-modelling)GIS/mapping service providerEnd User with in house GIS/ mapping capabilitiesEnd User
    • 2. What are the main thematic areas of activity of your Organisation?Energy (including renewables such as solar / wind energy - etc.)
    • 3. Has your organisation participated in EO-related projects?Yes
    • 4. Has your Organisation participated in any Copernicus service provision, Copernicus User requirements definition or Copernicus Research & Innovation action?No
    • 5. Has your Organisation participated in any GEO/GEOSS SBA Tasks, community activities or initiatives?No
    • 6. How would you rate your Organisation’s level of collaboration with other EO actors in your country or abroad?
    • A. In your CountryModerate(5-10 actors)
    • Please expand on the collaboration if appropriate, indicating if possible the contact details of these EO actors.


    • B. AbroadLow(1-4 Actors)
    • Please expand on the collaboration if appropriate, indicating if possible the contact details of these EO actors.

      Agrocampus-ouest Rennes
      SUP AGRO Montpellier

    • From the list below, please choose all the domains in which your organisation has capacities. 2) Ground-based/In-situ monitoring networks/facilities (of active or passive remote sensors- meteo/atmospheric/water sensors- etc)3) Modelling and computing processing capacities
    • Ground-based/In-situ monitoring networks/facilities

    • 1. What type of ground-based/in-situ networks or facilities do you operate?Soil attributes/Spectra
    • Soil attributes/Spectra

    • Number of stations2
    • What is the geographic coverage/extent?Local
    • Please specify, including web link if possible


    • 2. From the list below, please choose all the networks for which you systematically collect and store data. Soil attributes/Spectra
    • Soil attributes/Spectra

    • What is the main data policy applied?Other
    • Please specifycollaboration in exploring and analysis
    • Modelling and Computing Processing Capacities

    • Model/Algorithm1


    • Which of the following application area(s) does the model serve? Soil attributes/Spectra
    • Please specify the source of EO data used in the model.Remote sensing data (e.g raw satellite high-level images)In situ data (e.g. temperature-pressure-humidity)
    • What is the geographic coverage/extent the model applies to?Local
    • Contact details of the person in charge


    • 1. Is there funding for EO activities available in your country? N/A
    • 2. Is there a National Space Policy/Strategy? No
    • 3. Is there a Space Agency in your country? No
    • 4. Which of the following best describes the level of coordination of EO activities in your country? Scarce
    • 5. Which of the following best describes the level of interaction between the EO community and decision makers in your country?In specific thematic areas
    • Please provide examples of EO-based services and/or products in your country which are operationally used by public sector bodies.

      Ministry of agriculture Land use land cover

    • 6. Can you give examples of high impact EO dedicated workshops organized in your country in the last decade?


    • 1. Would your Organisation be interested in contributing with its capacities to a regional initiative of GEO and/or Copernicus, addressing regional needs in the domains of Climate Change, Access to Raw Materials, Energy, Food Security and Water? Yes
    • 2. Would you be interested in providing feedback to the GEO-CRADLE consortium for establishing a roadmap for the implementation of GEO and Copernicus in North Africa, Middle East and the Balkans? Yes
    • 3. Would your organisation be interested in receiving our quarterly newsletter and/or participating in future networking events? Yes I would like to receive the newsletter

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