Tags : remote sensing

Dutch cities transform into Mondriaan paintings

Remote sensing experts recently pitched the concept called ‘StedenDoek’ at the Copernicus Climate Smart City Hackethon in the city of Amersfoort. Piet Mondriaan, one of Amersfoort’s famous historical residents, famous for his abstract paintings which contain horizontal and vertical lines filled with primary colors is the inspiration to come up with a plan to act […]Read More

Nine new Dutch Earth observation research projects funded

The Dutch Research Council NWO has awarded funding to nine new research proposals in the area of Earth observation. The new projects will investigate for example geothermal energy, the navigation of songbirds and a historical set of aerial images of the Antarctic Peninsula. The researchers involved will receive the grant from the User Support Programme […]Read More

RWS a data-driven innovator

In recent years, Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) has invested millions in innovative work and development of Remote Sensing (RS) technology and services. RS at RWS stands for data collection with various sensors (optical, infrared, laser, radar, etc.), placed on various platforms (satellites, airplanes, helicopters, cars and fixed sites). In addition, remote sensing stands for the collected methods […]Read More

EARSC presents State and Health of the European Earth Observation

Earlier this week the European Association of Remote Sensing Companies (EARSC) presented its latest industry survey into the state and health of the Earth Observation (EO) sector in Europe. The full report can be downloaded here. Below points describe the key strategic context in which the European Earth Observation services industry was operating in 2019: […]Read More