The presentation will summarize the potential advantages and applications of 500 1400 MHz microwave radiometry for Earth observation and review recent experiments and demonstrations of these concepts. The presentation will also describe remaining questions and challenges to be addressed in advancing to future spaceborne operation of this technology along with recommendations for future research activities.
In this talk, a brief overview of the lab activities will be presented first. Then, the evolution and limitations of Earth Observation (EO) using CubeSats will be explained to provide the context of the UPC CubeSat program, which started in 2007 as a way to test innovative remote sensors. Finally, the past, present, and future UPC CubeSat missions and payloads will be described in detail, including L-band microwave radiometers, GNSS-Reflectometers, VNIR imagers, and IoT communication systems for on-demand EO services.
In this talk, we will review the current GeoAI advances and several demonstrations for disaster response. We will also present several key directions to foster GeoAI-enabled solutions for rapid disaster response.
As the IEEE GRSS IADF, we are pleased to announce our first school on Computer Vision for Earth Observation (CV4EO). This school will focus on applying CV methods to address challenges in remote sensing and contain a series of lectures on the existing methods utilized for analyzing satellite images, along with the challenges encountered.
Join us at the upcoming webinar presented by Dr. Shaily Gandhi to learn about the various research opportunities available in India for young professionals in the field of geoscience and remote sensing.
Since 2015, Cloud to Street has supported humanitarian organizations and governments of 28 countries across Africa with a near real-time multi-sensor flood monitoring system. In this talk, this system, utilizing Landsat and Sentinel constellations coupled with our deep learning based CNN flood detection algorithm, will be demonstrated.
This webinar will introduce from A to Z related to how to develop, test, and operate the unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) and aircraft onboard circularly polarized synthetic aperture radar (SAR) for disaster and environment observation.