The goal of this project is to improve the dwellings detection methodology and to develop an operational stand-alone application in order to provide reliable and consistent results, independent of the imaging sensors type and


In recent years, the frequency of large-scale forest fires has increased significantly owing to a number of factors including the effects of climate change, urbanisation, poor landscape management and malevolent acts. These so-called “Mega-fires”

Earth Observation for Gas and Oil: On-shore

This project is dedicated to support European Space Agency and the Oil and Gas Producers EO(OGP EO) sub-committee establish the key geo-information requirement needs of the onshore oil and gas sector throughout the oil

ESA Sentinel 1: Feasibility study of land cover classification based on SAR Sentinel-1 images

The goal of the project is to perform feasibility study of land cover classification based on SAR Sentinel-1 images. Currently used algorithms dedicated to land cover classification on SAR images does not give the

G-SEXTANT: Service Provision of geospatial intelligence in EU External Actions support

G-SEXTANT aims to develop a portfolio of Earth Observation (EO) products and services to support the geo-spatial information needs of EU External Action users and stakeholders, such as the European External Action Service and

G-NEXT: GMES pre-operational security services for supporting external actions

G-NEXT aims to contribute to the transition of the Copernicus services for Security applications from pre-operational to operational mode. In particular, G-NEXT will supply information and intelligence data in support of the European External


Cloud cover plays key role in distributing the solar radiation in the atmosphere. The SCARF (Satellite Cloud Climatology over Poland with Atmospheric Radiation Fluxes Estimation) project aims to estimate the fraction cloud cover over

Multifractal Analysis of Satellite Images

This project is supported by the Polish National Science Centre (NCN) and the Ministry of Science and Higher Education (MNiSW) through  Grant NN 526 1568 40. The scientific aim of this project is to


SPEKTROP-L is an extension of the SPEKTROP project (financed before by the Innovative Economy Programme), within which several models and a prototype of a hypercpectral imaging were developed and tested. The prototype was intended


GeoNetCAB – Earth’s satellite imaging is developing very fast. Earth’s observation systems are created worldwide for better management of Earth’s resources. One of the initiatives was the creation of GEO Group on Earth Observations