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Short Course: Remote Sensing Images Processing for Disasters Response – Use of CBERS-4 and Sentinel images and INPE's and ESA's Tools

The GEOINFO series (Brazilian Symposium on Geoinformatics) is an annual conference for exploring ongoing research, development and innovative applications on geographic information science and related areas. The program usually includes Keynote Speakers, Technical Sessions, 1 papers presentations, keynote speakers, software and apps demonstrations and a short courses and tutorials.

On December 4-5, 2018, in a partnership with CEOS WGCapD, INPE and ESA, Dr. Laercio Namikawa has offered the short course: Remote Sensing Images Processing for Disasters Response – Use of CBERS-4 and Sentinel images and INPE's and ESA's Tools.

The course presented digital image processing techniques for identifying damages and producing maps in support of disaster response, as well as, the use of Sentinel data and ESA tools for Disaster mapping. TerraView and SPRING, INPE's free and open source tools, and ESA's toolboxes GEP (Geohazards Exploitation Platform) and SNAP (Sentinel Application Platform) have been used during hands-on activities.

Resources

Download Links:

TerraView - latest release 5.4.0 - Win64, MacOS, Linux (Ubuntu): http://www.dpi.inpe.br/terralib5/wiki/doku.php?id=wiki:downloads
SPRING - Windows 64 bits (5.5.4), MacOS (5.5.3), Linux 64 (5.5.4) http://www.dpi.inpe.br/spring/
SNAP (Sentinel Application Platform) - Sentinel Toolboxes: http://step.esa.int/main/download/

Slides:

Optical

Radar

Hands-on tutorials:

Hands-On Optical

Hands-On Radar

Data:

Sentinel-1 Data

CBERS-4 AWFI Data

Focos Queimadas INPE

Open Street Map

PNCV - ShapeFile

Additional Material:

Flood Mapping with Sentinel-1 and SNAP


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