DUSIREF

 
Dynamic Urban Scene Interpretation and REconstruction through remotely sensed data Fusion (ESA Project)
1 Jul 2013– 30 Jun 2016
Cost
250kEu
 

DUSIREF (Dynamic Urban Scene Interpretation and REconstruction through remotely sensed data Fusion) is a joint project of the Distributed Events Analysis Research Laboratory (DEVA) of MTA SZTAKI and Infoterra-Astrium GeoInformation Services Hungary, funded by the European Space Agency (ESA) under the PECS-HU framework. The main objective of the project is high level urban scene recognition and change interpretation based on heterogeneous Remote Sensing (RS) data sources (mainly optical and TerraSAR satellite images and LIDAR data). We aim to develop novel recognition and visualization methodologies relying on 4 dimensional (3 spatial and 1 temporal) data representation. We focus on highly multi-modal, multi-scaled and multi-temporal data collections, and build a unified database which is appropriate for answering user queries about events or changes in the RS data.

Participants

MTA SZTAKI DEVA Laboratory (Principal investigator)
Infoterra Hungary Ltd (subcontractor)
European Space Agency (funding entity)

Department

Manager

Email
benedek.csaba@sztaki.mta.hu
Phone
+36 1 279 6194