Our February 2018 newsletter includes:
Our January 2018 newsletter on
RUS will be participating in the 2nd International Electronic Conference on Remote Sensing
(22 March–5 April 2018) with a live webinar on 3 April 2018 and also a paper,
which will be published in the event proceedings.
We have now launched our new E-Learning platform: learn online the remote sensing theory as explained by our experts from well-known Universities.
We are now on Facebook: start following us and spread the word!
Remember that you can also find us on Twitter, LinkedIn and YouTube.
Upcoming face-to-face training – Lisbon, 8-9 Feb 2018
There is time only until Friday 15 December to apply for the free training course Sentinel data use for Land Cover and Forest Fires monitoring (20 participants will be selected):
Covered topics are:
For those who missed our webinar on Burned Area Mapping with Sentinel-2 data, which took place on 5 December, now you can:
Further to the great success of our webinars we are happy to announce our maximum number of registrants is now of 500.
If you did not make it to register to our Burned Area Mapping with Sentinel-2 webinar, make sure you do it now. Reserve your seat today!
Further to a poll on Twitter, our users have chosen the topic for our next 1-hour webinar taking place on 5 December 2017 at 3:00 PM CET:
For those who missed our webinars on Flood Mapping with Sentinel-1 data, you can now:
Further to the success of our webinars on Flood Mapping in Malawi using Sentinel 1, we have issued a poll on Twitter to ask users help us choose the topic for our next webinar, which we are planning for early December.
Follow us and vote within 14 November 2017!
Our webinars on Flood Mapping in Malawi using Sentinel 1 scheduled for 7 and 9 November 2017 have reached the maximum number of participants very quickly!
With only few simple steps you can practice the exercises explained in our webinars using the RUS Virtual Environment
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