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EURISY conference

The Land@Slide team will attend at the EURISY conference “Satellite Applications for the Alps” in Berchtesgaden, Germany, on October 27, 2016. The conference is an ideal opportunity to share experiences from the Land@Slide project with international experts and to disseminate and promote the project findings across potential users. Moreover, Florian Albrecht from Z_GIS will serve […]

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GeoTirol 2016 conference in Innsbruck

Clemens Eisank from GRID-IT presented first semi-automated landslide extraction routines and results for two Land@Slide test areas (Fürwag landslide at Haunsberg, Montafon in Vorarlberg) at the GeoTirol 2016 conference in Innsbruck (Session I – Geo-environmental monitoring using remote- and close-range-sensing techniques). He showed that the developed mapping routines are transferable, provided that the images were […]

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Presentation at Virtual Geoscience Conference

Daniel Hölbling will present a study for mapping landslides and debris deposition areas on time series of Landsat imagery and aerial photographs using OBIA at the Virtual Geoscience Conference (VGC) in Bergen, Norway, 21-23 September, 2016. In his poster presentation he shows analysis results for the Fürwag landslides in the flysch of the Haunsberg area, […]

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Fieldtrip and UAV campaign in Montafon and Bregenzerwald

From 24th to 26th of August, Clemens Eisank and Thomas Geisler from GRID-IT and Florian Albrecht from Z_GIS conducted a field trip to the study areas Montafon and Bregenzerwald in Vorarlberg. The Land@Slide team was able to get an impression of the environmental, geological, topographic and landslide characteristics in the study areas. They also acquired high […]

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Presentation at AGIT 2016

Elisabeth Weinke presents the technical and user-centric analysis steps for the development of a web-based landslide mapping service at the AGIT Conference in Salzburg, Austria, 6 July, 2016. The AGIT 2016 provides an opportunity for exchange with scientists, stakeholders and decision makers that deal with geoinformation topics.

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Presentation at AGILE 2016

Daniel Hölbling presents a semi-automated approach for mapping landslides on historical and recent aerial photographs at the 19th AGILE Conference on Geographic Information Science in Helsinki, Finland, 14-17 June, 2016. In his presentation he shows results from semi-automated mapping with object-based image analysis (OBIA) and compares them to manual landslide mapping, whereby he discusses advantages […]

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Presentation at ISL 2016

Florian Albrecht will present the Land@Slide project with a oral presentation at the International Symposium on Landslides, in Napoli, Italy, June 12 – June 19, 2016. The ISL 2016 provides an opportunity for exchange with scientists, stakeholders and decision makers that deal with documentation and understanding of the landslide hazard as well as protection against […]

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Land@Slide at Interpraevent 2016

Daniel Hölbling presents the Land@Slide project with a poster at the 13th Interpraevent Congress in Lucerne, Switzerland, May 30 – June 02, 2016. The Interpraevent congress is an ideal platform for exchange with scientists, stakeholders and decision makers that deal with natural hazards and risks. Thus, it is well-suited to promote the landslide mapping service […]

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Presentation at ESA Living Planet Symposium

Filippo Vecchiotti (GBA) presents his work on “The Use of SPOT5 for Landslide Detection in Preparation for the Arrival of SENTINEL-2 Satellite” at the ESA Living Planet Symposium in Prague, Czech Republic, on May 12, 2016. He demonstrates a semi-automated pixel-based approach using series of SPOT5 images for detecting rainfall-induced landslides in Sellrain, Tyrol, Austria.

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First Annual Review Meeting

The Land@Slide First Annual Review Meeting was held at the Geological Survey of Austria (GBA) in Vienna on April 14, 2016. Z_GIS, GRID-IT and the GBA presented and reflected the achievements of the first project year and discussed the next steps. The project partners appreciated the good and constructive cooperation and the positive feedback from […]

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