To facilitate and standardise access to data, the European Commission has funded the deployment of five cloud-based platforms providing centralised access to Copernicus data and information, as well as to processing tools. These platforms are known as the DIAS, or Data and Information Access Services.
This webinar will be held by Dr Sc (Eng.) Przemysław Kupidura, Associate Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology, Faculty of Geodesy and Cartography, expert of the Polish Space Agency and Creotech Instruments SA.
His research ranges across digital image processing, machine learning, and remote sensing imagery applications. Authored several textbooks on mathematical morphology in the processing and analysis of digital images. He has a vast and rich experience as a lecturer and workshop leader and has conducted numerous trainings for various institutional partners, including the European Space Agency (Copernicus Relays). In addition, he is a Co-founder and co-owner of Orbitile, a company that draws upon expert knowledge to put satellite imaging to practical uses in different sectors of industry, agriculture, and others.
🌍 If you want to learn more about the DIAS platforms, we invite you to attend our free webinar on February 25th, 15.00 (GMT+2). The session will be in English.
15.00 – Welcome
Heleri Holm – Go2Space HUBs Tallinn Coordinator, Tehnopol
Jaroslaw Soltys, Technology Partners, Poland
15.05 – DIAS: the platforms for open access to Copernicus data & information
Dr Sc (Eng.) Przemysław Kupidura, Associate Professor at the Warsaw University of Technology. Expert of the Polish Space Agency and Creotech Instruments S.A.
1. Introduction to remote sensing and optical imaging
2. The most important characteristics of satellite imagery
3. Introduction of radar remote sensing
4. Overview of other types of remote sensing data
5. Methods of information extraction from remote sensing data
6. Copernicus Programme
7. Examples of remote sensing applications
8. CreoDIAS platform
9. Galileo – Europe’s satellite navigation
17.00 – The End