Ponomarenko

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].

Information technology and a system for the implementation of interdisciplinary projects and the creation of thematic services using Earth remote sensing data

Literature

Zelentsov V.A., Pimanov I.Yu., Ponomarenko M.R., Potriasaev S.A., Semenov A.E. Information technology and a system for the implementation of interdisciplinary projects and the creation of thematic services using Earth remote sensing data // Proceedings of International scientific conference “Earth and Space” commemorating the birth centenary of Professor Kirill Ya. Kondratyev, October 20-21, 2020, p. 25-31. [In Russian]

BalticSatApps in Helsinki

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On December 02-03, 2019, the work meeting on BalticSatApps project was held in Helsinki (Finland).

From the Russian side, the event was attended by representatives of St. Petersburg information and analytical center and Russian-European Innovation Partnership.

During the meeting, the Russian project partners reported on the results of the activities for the working period. The main attention was paid to user-driven Copernicus interface for communication between the Copernicus program and end users which is being developed with the participation of experts from St. Petersburg Institute for Informatics and Automation of the Russian Academy of Sciences. Maria Ponomarenko reported about the main functions of the interface and demonstrated its work online on the example of solving thematic tasks with the use of Earth observation data.

On the 2nd day of the meeting, the project partners visited European Space Week. During the General Assembly of Copernicus Networks, the BalticSatApps representative, Chief researcher of the Finnish Meteorological Institute Ali Arslan Nadir made a report about the project and its current results, including the achievements of Russian partners and the prospects of cooperation with Russian specialists.

InnoForestView project meeting in Finland

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On August 27-28, 2019, InnoForestView project meeting was held in Punkaharju (Finland).

The meeting was attended by all project partners – representatives of  St. Petersburg Information and Analytical Centre, St. Petersburg State Forest Technical University, Natural Resources Institute Finland (Luke) and SPIIRAS. During the meeting, partners presented the current results of project activities.

LITSAM Chief researcher Viacheslav Zelentsov summarized SPIIRAS progress within the first 5 months of project implementation. Maria Ponomarenko made a detailed report on performed activities according to the 2 main SPIIRAS working packages: «Satellite data thematic processing and interpretation» and «Innovative Information system implementation». Leading Programmer Victor Mochalov pointed out the importance of taking into account the formulated input data requirements for further efficient analysis of data from different sources. Senior Researcher Semyon Potryasaev presented main features of an information system prototype to be developed by SPIIRAS and the experience in intelligent information technologies development and application for solving practical tasks in different thematic areas.

In addition, participants visited Luke’s field trial locations and were introduced to methodologies and drone technology used in the project research.

BalticSatApps in Krakow

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On April 24-25, 2019, the work meeting on BalticSatApps project was held in Krakow (Poland).

From the Russian side, the event was attended by representatives of St. Petersburg information and analytical center and Russian-European Innovation Partnership.

The event was held at the Krakow Technology Park and the Krakow Technical University.

During the meeting, the Russian project partners reported on the results of the activities for the working period and also presented user-driven Copernicus interface for communication between the Copernicus program and end users and the examples of its practical use in solving specific thematic problems.