Presentation on theme: "COPAL SEMINAR WARSZAWA 18.01.2008 INSTITUTE of GEODESY and CARTOGRAPHY Katarzyna Dabrowska – Zielinska Stanisław Lewiński."— Presentation transcript:
COPAL SEMINAR WARSZAWA 18.01.2008 INSTITUTE of GEODESY and CARTOGRAPHY www.igik.edu.pl Katarzyna Dabrowska – Zielinska firstname.lastname@example.org Stanisław Lewiński
COPAL SEMINAR WARSZAWA 18.01.2008 Institute of Geodesy and Cartography 80 – Researchers, Assistants and administration Departments: Remote Sensing Remote Sensing Photogrammetry Photogrammetry GIS GIS Cartography Cartography Applied Geodesy Applied Geodesy Cadastre and Geocartographic Resources Cadastre and Geocartographic Resources
COPAL SEMINAR WARSZAWA 18.01.2008 Since eighties the Remote SEnsing Department has been involved in numerous international projects. The most important achievements in this field: UNDP/FAO Project : „Remote Sensing based system of dynamic grassland soil moisture determination and yield forecasting”; 1987 - 1992 ; US-Poland Maria Sklodowska-Curie Joint Fund II project in cooperation with NOOA NESDIS, USA : „Application of NOAA AVHRR Data for implementation in Polish Agriculture”; 1996 - 2001; MARS Project EU (Monitoring Agriculture with Remote Sensing) covering four Actions: Regional Inventory, Agromodelling, Forest Ecosystems and Land Degradation; 1994 - 1996;
COPAL SEMINAR WARSZAWA 18.01.2008 EU Project: Application of integrated methods for monitoring and evaluation of natural and cultivated landscape vegetation CORINE Land Cover Projects; 1990 2000;2008 ESA projects - AO: Soil moisture investigation for the different agricultural crops for biomass assessment using ERS-1 and ERS-2 data; 1993 - 1996 ESA projects – AO :Application of microwave satellites ENVISAT, AlOS, TerraSar-X; 2000 - 2007 ; * Geoland Project - FP6 Framework Programme – GMES Land Cover & Vegetation; 2004 - 2006;
COPAL SEMINAR WARSZAWA 18.01.2008 ESA – PECS PROJECTS Study and implement remote sensing techniques for the assessment of carbon balances for different biomasses and soil moistures within various ecosystems Study and implement remote sensing techniques for the assessment of carbon balances for different biomasses and soil moistures within various ecosystems Application of remotely sensed data for transboundary water resource management Application of remotely sensed data for transboundary water resource management
COPAL SEMINAR WARSZAWA 18.01.2008 IGiK Photogrammetry Department has extensive experience in analytical and digital photogrammetry. On the basis of our own research and cooperative research projects with institutions in many countries (Belgium, China, Lithuania and Switzerland) we have completed numerous application and contracted projects in Poland and abroad (Belgium, Cameroon, Costa Rica, Ethiopia, France, Germany, the Netherlands, India, Kuwait, Libya, Senegal, United Arab Emirates, USA, Uganda and Vietnam) IGIK EXPERIENCE also in: AERIAL & SATELLITE DATA PROCESSING
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