The paper outlines the ongoing research activities of the Remote Sensing Group at the Physics Department of Bari in the field of image processing and Earth Observation, and related SW/HW technologies. In the framework of projects founded by national and international space agencies (ASI, ESA, NASA) and the European Community, the group is working in close collaboration with the ISSIA and IRPI institutes of the National Council of Research, in Bari, and Geophysical Applications Processing srl, a POLIBA spinoff company founded in 2006 that represents a valuable example of knowledge transfer from research institutions to industries. Research themes include: (1)development of advanced Multi-Temporal InSAR algorithms for geohazard detection and infrastructure stability analysis; (2)VIS/NIR remote sensing for the health monitoring of marine ecosystems or the detection of fish catch lines; (3)high resolution forecast services using non-hydrostatic NWP models for environmental risk prevention.

Outline of Ongoing Research Activities of the Remote Sensing Group at the Physics Department of Bari

M. T. Chiaradia;A. Morea;D. Conte;K. Tijani;Preziosa, Giovanni;L. Guerriero;R. Nutricato;D. O. Nitti;F. Intini;F. Bovenga;
2014-01-01

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The paper outlines the ongoing research activities of the Remote Sensing Group at the Physics Department of Bari in the field of image processing and Earth Observation, and related SW/HW technologies. In the framework of projects founded by national and international space agencies (ASI, ESA, NASA) and the European Community, the group is working in close collaboration with the ISSIA and IRPI institutes of the National Council of Research, in Bari, and Geophysical Applications Processing srl, a POLIBA spinoff company founded in 2006 that represents a valuable example of knowledge transfer from research institutions to industries. Research themes include: (1)development of advanced Multi-Temporal InSAR algorithms for geohazard detection and infrastructure stability analysis; (2)VIS/NIR remote sensing for the health monitoring of marine ecosystems or the detection of fish catch lines; (3)high resolution forecast services using non-hydrostatic NWP models for environmental risk prevention.
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