Use satellite technology to decode the world
Remote sensing offers new opportunities for viewing and decoding the world. Today, an increasing amount of data from earth observation satellites is publicly available. This data paves the way for improved dynamic mapping of land use and for knowledge about how climate change affects ecosystems.
Satellite technology can for example be used for monitoring crops and for general aspects of climate adaptation.
Remote sensing for natural resources, land use and climate adaptation
With courses in remote sensing, you can learn how to use publicly available earth observation data regardless of whether you work with mapping of natural resources, land use or climate adaptation.
The courses proceed from an introduction to collecting and managing data, using relevant data and software and basic image processing to analysing state-of-the-art remote sensing systems building on research-based methods and analyses.
Are you looking for a course on remote sensing that matches the needs of your company or organisation? Courses can be customised and organised to enhance your employees’ skills within a specific area of your interest and that matches your reality.