Copernicus EMS Rapid Response Service

The Copernicus Emergency Management Service (EMS) Rapid Response Service is a European Union initiative designed to provide swift and detailed geospatial data during emergencies. Activated recently to aid search and rescue operations in Iran following a helicopter crash involving the Iranian President, this service uses satellite imagery and other monitoring tools to create maps and analyses crucial for disaster response. The Copernicus programme, which began in 1998, supports various areas including disaster management and climate tracking through its open data policy and comprehensive monitoring systems.

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