Call for papers Special Issue: Applications of Copernicus Sentinel satellites

Applications of Copernicus Sentinel satellites

Copernicus is the European Union’s Earth Observation Programme managed by the European Commission. The main objective of the Copernicus Programme is to transform the vast amount of satellite and in situ data into value-added information by processing and analyzing the data. These value-adding activities are streamlined through six thematic streams: Atmosphere, Marine, Land, Climate, Emergency, and Security. The European Space Agency is developing a new family of missions called Sentinels specifically for the operational needs of Copernicus. In particular, the Copernicus Land Monitoring Service aims to provide geographical information on land cover and on variables related to the vegetation state or the water cycle. It supports applications in a variety of domains such as spatial planning, forest and water management, agriculture and food security. Data provided by Sentinel satellites is also used in a variety of applications related to other thematic areas.

We would like to invite you to submit articles to this special issue regarding your recent algorithms, processing techniques and applications development using Sentinel data for the different Copernicus thematic streams.

 

Submission due date: Jul 31, 2020

Publication date:  October 2020


Invited Editors:

 

Juan Carlos Jiménez Muñoz

Global Change Unit

Image Processing Laboratory

University of Valencia. Spain

E-mail: jcjm@uv.es

 

Ferran Gascon

European Space Agency

Copernicus Sentinel-2 Mission Manager

Directorate of Earth Observation Programmes

ESRIN, Italy

E-mail: ferran.gascon@esa.int

 


 



 

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Universitat Politècnica de València

Official Journal of the Spanish Association of Remote Sensing

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