Our UrbanSens EAGLE students featured on Uni webpage

Our UrbanSens EAGLE students featured on Uni webpage

written by EORhub
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January 9, 2022

Great to see our EAGLE M.Sc. students with their UrbanSens Earth Observation idea being featured on the university webpage. They won the DLR Copernicus challenge in 2021 with their idea to use IoT sensors and remote sensing data to monitor urban climate conditions on different spatial and temporal scales.

Read the full article of the University press release here: https://www.uni-wuerzburg.de/aktuelles/pressemitteilungen/single/seite-1/?tx_news_pi1%5Bnews%5D=193499&cHash=f6c49ee65a58462e24845992f10de715 or go to their webpage www.UrbanSens.org.

And of course more details on our international Earth Observation M.Sc. program EAGLE can be found at www.eagle-science.org

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