cosine attends Remote sensing in ecology workshop

Remote sensing in ecology workshop, 4 October 2018, Leiden, the Netherlands

Marco Esposito, cosine business unit manager remote sensing, is scheduled to give a talk about Dutch advances in hyperspectral sensing: HyperScout. HyperScout is the first miniaturized camera enabling hyperspectral earth inspection from a nanosatellite.

HyperScout is based on a long line of development led by cosine. The project to develop, build and launch the first HyperScout was funded by ESA, with support from the Dutch, Belgian and Norwegian national space organizations: Netherlands Space Office, BELSPO and Norsk Romsenter. cosine, as the prime contractor, enlisted the help of consortium partners S&T, TU Delft, VDL and VITO.

The Remote sensing in ecology workshop aims to synthesize the recent developments in ecology in the Netherlands that are achieved through the application of remote sensing tools and the use of remotely sensed data. Additionally, it strives to promote collaboration and the exchange of ideas between different disciplines and across the science-policy interface.