The general objective is to improve the training of students in the OT sector by adding an added value closely based on the needs of the practical environment, in order to promote their employability and ensure increased exploitation, optimal and efficient use of huge amounts of DOT in the operational context. The program aims to promote the emergence of a critical mass of HQP, possessing both the disciplinary and professional skills essential to the development of a strong sector in operation of DOTs to produce decision-making information and services at a very high level. added value for society. The specific objectives targeted are:

The project targets natural sciences and engineering (NSE) students whose projects focus on OT. However, a limited number of non-NSE (eg human geography) will attend the vocational skills workshops.

To strengthen students’ professional skills and achieve the objectives set, the DOTS project brings together professors-researchers in remote sensing / geomatics, and in disciplinary themes (hydrology, agriculture, IT, forestry, climate, etc.), as well.
as experts from the professional world (public and private sectors). The transversal nature of the TO requires such an approach because of the great diversity of services and possible applications.