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Preliminary Agenda

The work of the Summit will take the form of presentations by speakers and discussions organised in the form of thematic sections. To speak at the sections, you must register and submit a video, which will be available in the ISDE Depository and on YouTube.

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Session 1. Digital Earth Vision 2030: Technology Watch and Industry

The Digital Earth is an interdisciplinary scientific paradigm and, as such, combines the achievements of different disciplines and technological areas. The achievements and successes of the Digital Earth are due to rapid progress in space exploration, remote sensing, navigation support, microelectronics, digitalisation, scientific visualisation, etc…

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Session 2. Digital Governance and Ethics

Among the most fundamental changes to global society over the last century is the rise of the Digital Transformation. Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and other digital technologies offer new opportunities to understand and manage global systemic risks, help to mitigate the cascading impacts of emerging crises (climate change, natural disasters, etc.), and during the current pandemic, have enabled so many people to stay connected to each other and the world. Without these tools the impacts of the lockdown and global economic shutdown would have been much higher…

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Session 3. Digital Earth: Citizen Engagement

The involvement of citizens in the creation, processing and subsequent implementation of geospatial information and management solutions at various levels — from municipal to global — plays a key role in ensuring sustainable development. Bridging the gap between government and society and the clear awareness of all citizens of the challenges facing society is becoming an important factor in preventing social crises…

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Session 4. Digital Earth: Education and Capacity Building

The radical scientific and technological novelty of the Digital Earth and the comprehensiveness of the geospatial revolution require widespread education in the field of the Digital Earth and a wide range of applications. Availability of specialists and mass training in working with geospatial data in the context of the Digital Earth is the key to the successful implementation of modern management practices in the common interests of all mankind.

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Session 5. Sustainable Development Goals and Digital Earth

Sustainable Development is one of the most pressing challenges facing humanity and one of the highest priorities of the UN. Achieving Sustainable Development is also one of the most difficult tasks. The complexity of achieving non-crisis development was clearly demonstrated by the events of 2020.

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Session 6. Digital Earth and State Audit

The need for the application of the Digital Earth in government is obvious and it is no coincidence that the idea was proclaimed first by the Vice President of the USA. Digital Earth radically improves the quality of decision making, increases situational awareness, and enables seamless integration of heterogeneous and diverse data into a single global information environment.

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