Stelmaszczuk, M., Drzewiecki, W. & Bielecki, M. (2010). Capacity building in the usage of spatial information – proposition of the specialized geoportal. Annals of Geomatics of the Polish Association for Spatial Information, 6, 42, 121–130

The Earth Observation sector evolves rapidly. This fact provides motivation for organisations from all over the world to undertake different initiatives and programs aimed at improving the management of EO resourses. One of them

Aleksandrowicz S., Stelmaszczuk M., Bochenek Z., Lewiński S., Turlej K., Groom A., Metz A., Esch T., Gurova E., Vaitkus G., 2010. “Seasonal & Annual Change Monitoring” in Photonics Applications in Astronomy, Communications, Industry, and High-Energy Physi

Seasonal & Annual Change Monitoring (SATChMo) is one of the Core Mapping Services within the geoland2 project. The project is co-founded by the European Commission under the 7th Framework Program in the Space Activity

Jenerowicz M., Kemper T., Pesaresi M., Soille P. “Post-event damage assessment using morphological methodology on 0.5m resolution satellite data.”Italian Journal of Remote Sensing – 2010, 42(3)

ASTRACT: This paper presents the results of the application of mathematical morphology techniques for a semi-automatic quantification of the number of dwellings in an IDP camp in Sri Lanka. The specific assessment was undertaken

Malinowski, R. Land border monitoring with remote sensing technologies. Proceedings of SPIE – The International Society for Optical Engineering, 2010

  The remote sensing technology has many practical applications in different fields of science and industry. There is also a need to examine its usefulness for the purpose of land border surveillance. This research

Lewinski S., Bochenek Z., Turlej K., Application of an Object-Oriented Method for Classification of VHR Satellite Images Using a Rule-Based Approach and Texture Measures, Geoinformation Issues 2010, Vol. 2, no. 1(2), 19-26

New approach for classification of high-resolution satellite images is presented in the article. That approach has been developed at the Institute of Geodesy and Cartography, Warsaw, within the Geoland 2 project – SATChMo Core