Flying Laboratory of Imaging Systems at CzechGlobe

Guide: Jan Hanuš (CzechGlobe)

Excursion description: Flying Laboratory of Imaging Systems is an unique airborne research facility operated by CzechGlobe since 2015. An airborne carrier, Cessna Grand Caravan, can accommodate on board a suite of hyperspectral sensors (visible and near infrared, short wave infrared and thermal infrared spectroradiometers from Itres) and an airborne laser scanning system from Riegl. Flexible configuration of sensors allows acquisition of high spatial resolution imaging spectroscopy and LiDAR data on demand. During the excursion, participants will look inside the aircraft and get familiar with remote sensing activities at CzechGlobe.

Requirements: All participants must provide their passport number beforehand in order to enter the airport’s premises.

Number of participants: max. 15

Dates: 5 February 2019, 13:30 – 16:00 (pre-workshop day) and 8 February 2019, cca 15:00 – 17:30 (after the workshop ends)

Location: Brno Airport (participants will be transported by a mini-bus from the workshop venue to the airport and back)

Fee: Free of charge

Registration: Subscribe for the excursion during abstract submission / registration via ConfTool