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Final conference on Innoforestview project

News

The final conference on the Innoforestview project was held on May 28, 2021.

The event was attended by Russian and Finnish project partners, representatives of the Committee for External Relations and the Committee for Informatization and Communications of St. Petersburg and Cross-Border Cooperation Program «South-East Finland Russia» 2014-2020, organizations in the field of forestry, ecology and nature management, etc.

LITSAM representatives made a report on the results of Earth observation data processing for analysis of negative impact on forests and development of unified innovation information system for analysis and forecasting the preconditions and impact of natural and anthropogenic factors on the forest state in cross-border areas.

The main attention was paid to the system developed by LITSAM specialists and containing the results of project implementation – its work was  demonstrated to the conference participants.

InnoForestView project information system is now in open access

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In the framework of InnoForestView project LITSAM specialists completed the development of a pilot version of an information system for analysis and forecasting the preconditions and impact of natural and anthropogenic factors on the forest state in cross-border area.

The information system is open and can be accessed by following the link or using a QR code:

The system provides users with the ability to quickly view data on the state of forests, analyze the dynamics of its changes, and is also equipped with simple tools for loading new data necessary for solving specific problems.

Currently, the system is being filled with spatial data, including those obtained by the Russian and Finnish partners of the Innoforestview project.

We invite all interested users to register in the system and test its work!

New scientific publications on Innoforestview project

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A new issue of the scientific journal “Informatization and Communication” has been published recently. It includes thematic section “Information Technologies for Analysis of Forest Ecosystems in the InnoForestView Project“, for which LITSAM specialists prepared a whole series of scientific articles:

  • Grigoreva O.Y., Markov A.Y., Saidov A.G. Service for determining forest taxational indicators based on automated processing of multispectral remote sensing data // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 158-162. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-158-162
  • Zelentsov V.A., Semenov A.E. Principles of information systems design for creation of thematic services based on integrated use of ground-aerospace data and modeling results // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 163-168. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-163-168.
  • Mochalov V.F. Assessment of vegetation state based on modified fuzzy algorithm // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 169-174. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-169-174
  • Zelentsov V.A., Ponomarenko M.R., Pimanov I.Yu. Thematic services for analysis of forests using earth observation data // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 175-181. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-175-181. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-175-181
  • Potryasaev S.A., Pimanov I.Yu. Managing information processes in systems for modeling natural objects // Informatization and Communication. 2020. 5. 182-187. DOI: 10.34219/2078-8320-2020-11-5-182-187

The results of assessing forest fires negative impact in the Leningrad region based on the processing of multispectral remote sensing data

Literature

Mochalov V.F., Ponomarenko M.R., Pimanov I.Yu., Alekseev A.S. The results of assessing forest fires negative impact in the Leningrad region based on the processing of multispectral remote sensing data // Proceedings of 18th All-Russian Open Conference «Modern issues of remote sensing from space», Space Research Institute of the RAS, November 16-20, 2020 [In Russian].