First InCoNaDa meeting of the New Year!

On the 25 of January 2023, the first meeting of InCoNaDa project consortium was organised in the online form. The Ukrainian colleges from the Ukrainian National Forestry University, who recently joined the project also participated in the meeting. We have presented the outcomes of the work performed over the last…

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Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! We thank for the fruitful collaboration in 2022, it was a very productive year – we successfully reached 7 milestones, delivered 10 deliverables, published 2 scientific articles and further three articles are in the preparation phase, presented the outcomes of the InCoNaDa project at several national and…

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“Golden Pixel” Award at the XXV National Conference on Aerial Photointerpretation and Remote Sensing

On 28-30 November 2022, the XXV National Conference on Aerial Photointerpretation and Remote Sensing was held, at which employees of the Centre of Applied Geomatics of the Institute of Geodesy and Cartography presented the results of work carried out within the InCoNaDa project. Adam Waśniewski presented a paper entitled: “Evaluation…

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InCoNaDa at the Polish Earth Observation Forum

Dr Monika Cysek-Pawlak and Jakub Misiak from the Łódź University of Technology gave a talk at the Polish Earth Observation Forum on the use of the Copernicus data for the spatial planning – case study of Łódź agglomeration. The national Earth Observation Forum took place in Warsaw 8-9 November 2022…

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Support for Ukrainian Researcher under InCoNaDa project

The National Centre for Research and Development as Programme Operator of the Programme ‘Applied Research’ implemented under the European Economic Area Financial Mechanism (EEA FM) 2014-2021 and the Norwegian Financial Mechanism (NMF) 2014-2021 announces a list of forms recommended for funding in the 1st round of the Scheme: Support for…

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New publication from the InCoNaDa project

We are pleased to announce that the 2nd publication from the InCoNaDa project was just published:  Geir-Harald Strand, “Accuracy of the Copernicus High-Resolution Layer Imperviousness Density (HRL IMD) Assessed by Point Sampling within Pixels”, Remote Sensing 2022, 14, 3589 Link to publication: https://doi.org/10.3390/rs14153589.

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Polish meeting of the InCoNaDa project

Today, we have a meeting of the Polish team of the InCoNaDa project at the headquarters of the Institute of Geodesy and Cartography. The aim of the meeting was to discuss the tools enabling the design and creation of a prototype of a web application adapted to the needs of…

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