24 novembre 2020
Belgian Science Policy Office
1000 Brussels BE
BEODay this year will be unusual. For the first time in our nearly 20 year history, we will have a virtual event.
And yes, while this means no scenic location and no networking over lunch, there is a big upside as well.
The virtual format will allow us to expand our audience. This year the B in BEODay stands for Border-crossing. We have partnered up with the Netherlands Space Office (NSO), for a compact but interesting programme.
Scientists from both Belgium and the Netherlands will be able to participate and learn more about one another’s research and research programmes.
The Belgian Earth observation research programme STEREO allows the participation of international teams on the basis of cost sharing. Several researchers from the Netherlands are involved in its projects.
Find out more about the programme and how to register by clicking the buttons above.
Global 100 m Land Cover map 2019 based on PROBA-V data and generated as part of the Copernicus Global Land service
Conference Opening by Pierre Coquay, Director a.i. Space Research and Applications (BELSPO)
Earth observation research: collaboration as a strategy
Harm van de Wetering, NSO director
The FAO WaPOR database: remote sensing for water productivity
Chris Mannaerts (Universiteit Twente ITC)
First session: Final results of Thematic projects
BELCAM platform to serve unique EO-derived agriculture information
Pierre Defourny (UCLouvain)
Second session: Final results of Application projects
RIREMO: Very High Resolution Remote Sensing as an operational tool for the management of riparian area in Wallonia
Adrien Michez (Université de Rennes), Olivier Desteucq (SPW) and Philippe Lejeune (ULiège)
GARMON: The Garden Monitor
Ben Somers (KULeuven) and Jo Van Valckenborgh (Informatie Vaanderen)
Third session: Final results of Exploration projects
3D-FOREST: Upscaling forest biomass and structure to larger areas by combining terrestrial and UAV liDAR data - A case study from a tropical Savannah site in Australia
Sruthi Krishna Moorthy Parvathi (UGent) and Harm Bartholomeus (WUR)
Towards harmonization of multi-sensor time series: the BELHARMONY approach
Sindy Sterckx (VITO)
GEOMIX: Geometric methods for non-linear spectral unmixing
Paul Scheunders (UA)
MODUS: A multi-sensor approach to unravel natural and anthropogenic controls on landslides dynamics in the tropics
Antoine Dille (Africamuseum)
SNOPOST: Estimating snow water resources from satellite observations, NASA SnowEx aircraft and ground observations, and land surface modelling
Hans Lievens (KULeuven), Ludovic Brucker (NASA), Edward Kim (NASA) and Gabrielle De Lannoy (KULeuven)
UAVSOIL: UAV borne spectrometers for high resolution soil and crop monitoring
Dimitri Goffart (CRA-w) and Bas van Wesemael (UCLouvain)
The STEREO III programme and IGARSS 2021: News
Closure of the Workshop
VIRTUAL EVENT - 1000 Brussels BE
This event is virtual.
A few days prior to the event, you will receive an email with a link to join the event.