GEOBIA 2014: almost 300 abstracts were submitted for evaluation by the conference scientific committee. The event is organised by FMRS in collaboration with the Interbalkan Environment Centre, the Laboratory of Remote Sensing and GIS (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), the Laboratory of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (Aristotle University of Thessaloniki), and, the Laboratory of Forest Aerial…
Participation to the GEO X Plenary and side events representing the Interbalkan Environment Center.
The ArcFUEL project final meeting will be hosted in Thessaloniki on the 18th December 2013.
One day training course on Active Earth Observation will be offered by Prof. Iain Woodhouse and Dimitris Michelakis, University of Edinburgh. The event that is organised within the frame of TELE-KYOTO project will take place at the premises of FMRS on Wednesday the 11th of December 2013.
The G2 model that was recently developed by FMRS (in collaboration with the JRC-IES) within the frame of the Geolan2 project now appears in Wikipedia (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soil_erosion).
A ‘thank you’ letter was received from the Civil Protection Agency of Greece for the FMRS contribution to the production of the National Fire Risk Index during the 2013 fire season.
A presentation of the G2 soil erosion risk model that was recently developed by FMRS in collaboration with the JRC-IES within the framework of the Geoland2 FP7/GMES project is now available on the JRC-IES web site http://ies.jrc.ec.europa.eu/news/598/155/G2-a-dynamic-soil-erosion-model.html
An article in the Greek newspaper ‘TO BHMA’ focuses on the products of the ArcFUEL project http://www.tovima.gr/science/article/?aid=536616
Polychronaki A, Gitas IZ, Veraverbeke S, Debien A. Evaluation of ALOS PALSAR Imagery for Burned Area Mapping in Greece Using Object-Based Classification. Remote Sensing. 2013; 5(11):5680-5701 (http://www.mdpi.com/2072-4292/5/11/5680/pdf).
The 5th International Conference on GEographic Object-Based Image Analysis (GEOBIA 2014) will be organised in Thessaloniki, Greece from 21 to 24 May 2014.