Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) images captured by the Sentinel-1 satellite can be used to accurately map the extent of flooding over large geographical areas, using advanced image analysis and processing
We are now over a year into the exciting Innowind project with some very encouraging results on developing better land surface input for wind modelling with the aim to significantly lower current uncertainties for wind estimates
This week DHI GRAS has been meeting with Marc Paganini from European Space Agency - ESA (ESRIN) and our partners Geoville, UNEP-WCMC and DHI-UNEP to discuss how the EO for SDGs project has been progressing
With an increasing number of satellites launched in recent years and advances in the image analysis methods, remote sensing data has proven itself as a cheap and very valuable source of information for planning, construction and monitoring of offshore wind farms (OWF)
The Ramsar COP13 is well underway in Dubai, taking place from the 21st to 29th of October.
Here, the DHI GRAS led activity GlobWetland Africa is making several contributions to the event including presentations at three side events all focusing on how Earth Observation can support wetland monitoring
The 12th International Conference of the African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment is taking place in Egypt this year.
The theme of the conference is Earth Observations (EO) and Geospatial Science in Service of Sustainable Development Goals and will run from the 25th to the 29th of October