RECENT ACTIVITIES

Read here more on recent activities and research projects. We are actively develop new algorithms for remote sensing image interpretation, mass data processing and new information products based on machine learning and AI. We present new research results at conferences and scientific publications.

August 15, 2022

COOPERATION

August 15, 2022

Forests4Future – Training on determining forest biomass using drones

In the Association of South East Asian Nations (ASEAN) region peatlands cover approximately 23,6 million hectares, representing 56% of global tropical peatlands. However, their exact extent in most of these countries is not well known since the identification by field-based methods is time consuming and expensive due to the enormous extent of the countries and additionally due to difficult accessibility of many areas.
March 31, 2022

COOPERATION

March 31, 2022

EUREKA EUROSTARS research project MuSe3D

In the EUREKA EUROSTARS research project MuSe3D we developed together with four other European partners a five-band multispectral camera for use on conventional drones. Compared to […]
August 5, 2020

News

August 5, 2020

ESA selected RSS’ marine plastic idea on the Open Space Innovation Platform and kicked-off an Early Technology Development project

Last year, ESA asked via the Open Space Innovation Platform for innovative ideas to detect and track marine plastic litter using satellites. Marine litter is one […]
April 5, 2019

NATURAL HAZARDS

April 5, 2019

Fire experiment in Brandenburg

RSS is currently contributing to new research on fire detection and management technology, driven by the project "FireSense" and our drone was out recording infrared footage over a controlled burn in Brandenburg.
February 5, 2019

COOPERATION

February 5, 2019

SAR-based burned area mapping training in Indonesia

Within the framework of the GIZ's FORCLIME programme, RSS was recently hosting a week-long training on burned area detection using Sentinel-1 satellite data. Over 20 Indonesian officials from MoEF, LAPAN and provincial authorities explored how Sentinel-1 data could be used to complement Landsat-based burned area mapping in Indonesia.