EARSeL’s Special Interest Group on Imaging Spectroscopy aims to encourage international discussions among specialists working with innovative Earth Observation technologies.
The 9th meeting, jointly organized by Trier University and the CRP – Gabriel Lippmann, builds on the 8 previous successful workshops and will be held in Luxembourg in April 2015.
The workshop will cover all themes related to imaging spectroscopy. Hyperspectral remote sensing has started to move from a largely airborne to a fully spaceborne capability with the development of a number of satellite spectrometers, which will be launched in the next few years. Nevertheless, we find an increasing number of airborne and UAV-based systems in the research community with many new possible applications. At the same time the latest imaging spectrometers measure not just the traditional visible and near-infrared regions, but now also cover fluorescence and the thermal- and mid-infrared regions. These technical developments have fostered a number of groundbreaking research fields.
More details: EARSeL-IS-2015.pdf