Keynote Presentation at the European Space Imaging Conference, Munich

Keynote Presentation at the European Space Imaging Conference, Munich

December 14, 2022

Keynote Presentation at the European Space Imaging Conference in Munich

 

The European Space Imaging Conference is currently (13th – 15th of December 2022) held in Munich, Germany. The conference brings together experts from all sectors where geospatial technologies and remote sensing are applied to enhance learning, provide innovative ideas and create conversations.

 

Prof. Dr. Hannes Taubenböck gave keynote lecture titled “Germany – how and where we (want to) live”: Each of us is residing – somehow. Whether in rural or urban areas, whether in single or multi-family houses, on the street, in luxury villas or container settlements: we all have this one thing in common. Based on the long-standing partnership between DLR and EUSI, VHR optical satellite data were used specifically to analyze the ‘how’ and the ‘where’ the German population lives. In his keynote lecture he introduced the capabilities of these remote sensing mapping products and the derived statistics to answer the question what it means for us as a society where and how we live.

 

 

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