SRI NASU-SSAU (Space Research Institute NAS and SSA of Ukraine). The institution has expertise in the following areas: system analysis, intelligent computations, mathematical modeling of complex processes and systems, high-performance computing and Grids, distance learning. The group posses a working experience in participating in both international and national projects and initiatives.
SSAU (State Space Agency of Ukraine) The main tasks: development of state policy concepts in the sphere of research and peaceful uses of space, as well as in the interests of national security; organization and development of space activities in Ukraine and under its jurisdiction abroad; contributing to state national security and defense capability; organization and development of Ukraine’s cooperation with other states and international space organizations.
NULES (National University of life and environmental sciences of Ukraine). National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine is one of the leading educational, scientific and cultural establishments of Ukraine. Scientific activity of University scientists directed on the carrying-out of basic researches and search and applied, and research and design developments in the field of plant and animal biology, biotechnology, chemistry, applied mechanics and physics, ecology, economics, pedagogics, etc.
JECAM (Joint Experiment for Crop Assessment and Monitoring). The overarching goal of JECAM is to reach a convergence of approaches, develop monitoring and reporting protocols and best practices for a variety of global agricultural systems. JECAM will enable the global agricultural monitoring community to compare results based on disparate sources of data, using various methods, over a variety of global cropping systems.
GEO (Group on Earth Observe): The Group on Earth Observations is coordinating efforts to build a Global Earth Observation System of Systems, or GEOSS. GEO is a voluntary partnership of governments and international organizations. It provides a framework within which these partners can develop new projects and coordinate their strategies and investments. As of September 2011, GEO’s Members include 87 Governments and the European Commission. In addition, 61 intergovernmental, international, and regional organizations with a mandate in Earth observation or related issues have been recognized as Participating Organizations.