The first EVO International Conference was held in London on 16 May 2012 - titled "Harnessing Emerging Technologies for Environmental Science".
EVO held an international conference at the Royal Geographical Society in London, on 16 May 2012, to explore how new information technologies, and in particular cloud computing, can be best used in the environmental sector.Read More
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EVO is just one of a number of international initiatives seeking to use the latest cloud technologies to improve the outcomes from environmental research.
EVO is working with a variety of international partners to develop consistent standards for exchanging environmental data and information across the cloud. We are sharing best practice in the development of cloud-enabled environmental monitoring and catchment modelling technologies to provide improved web-based access to catchment information and predictions, and we are producing a road-map for future cloud-enabled environmental science.Read More