The Remote Sensing Division organized a seminar summarizing previous activities within statutory work: “The start-up of the Earth Observation Mission Control Center (EOMC2) with the use of the available infrastructure, in order to develop methods and procedures for the processing of satellite data (including EUMETSAT, Sentinel, Landsat image data)”. The seminar was held at the Institute of Aviation on 14th November 2016.
The seminar was led by Karol Rotchimmel, the manager of statutory work. During the meeting Mariusz Kacprzak and Jan Kotlarz delivered their presentations.
The seminar was devoted to presenting the possibilities of use of the Earth Observation Mission Control Center (EOMC2) in order to raise the level of competitiveness of the Remote Sensing Department among Polish and European space research institutes. There was proposed a trial project to build a Geographic Information System, which would be useful for users from local government units, entrepreneurs and people dealing with spatial planning and environmental protection. The proposed system is defined based on the requirements of the Horizon 2020 competition (Earth Observation services for the monitoring of agricultural production in Africa). The activities, which are part of the statutory work, are aimed at preparation of the project proposal. Conducting research within competition theme will provide documented experience in this area.
The delivered papers:
- Mariusz Kacprzak: Wykorzystanie półautomatycznej metodyki tworzenia baz bioróżnorodności zaproponowanego w projekcie HESOFF na przykładzie aplikacyjności COMOZ.
- Jan Kotlarz: Możliwości archiwizacji danych projektu HESOFF przy wykorzystaniu COMOZ.