Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), commonly known as drones, are increasingly being deployed in the gathering of high-resolution water and environmental data.
Along with the European Space Agency’s new satellite missions, these new data sources are adding to the ways we monitor and manage water and the environment.
New Opportunities in Satellite and Airborne Remote Sensing, Hydrological and Environmental Applications
Brought to you by DHI and DTU Environment, this seminar aims to provide an overview of the latest knowledge concerning remote sensing for monitoring and managing water environments. The programme features two keynote speakers, Radoslaw Guzinski from the Centre for Earth Observation (ESRIN) at the European Space Agency and Patrice Carbonneau from the University of Durham who have conducted successful UAV field campaigns in the UK, the Swiss Alps, the Atacama Desert and Svalbard.
These questions, and more, will be addressed:
- ‘What are the current capabilities and limitations of these new technologies?’
- ‘How can they be used in management and decision-making, as well as monitoring?’
- ‘What opportunities are on the horizon, both commercially and technologically?’
The seminar falls within the framework of DHI’s Research Development & Technology contract (2016-18)
with the Danish Agency for Science and Education.
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Who should attend?
Water companies and authorities, researchers, consultants, municipalities and anyone with an interest in land and water management, environmental monitoring, remote sensing satellites and UAVs. Read more and see the programme here.
Time and place
11 December 2017, Monday, from 09:00 to 16:00
DTU Environment, Building 113, Meeting room 113-011, Lyngby, Denmark.
Online registration is open here until 6 December 2017. Wednesday.
Participation is free of charge but registration is required.
Nathalie Bessonnet, DHI – email: email@example.com