NEWS

05 NOV

CTTC researchers, David Calero and Enric Fernández, receive a Best Paper Award at the IAIN 2015

David Calero and Enric Fernández, researchers from the Geomatics Division of the CTTC have received recently the SADEK AWARD for the best paper presented at the IAIN World Congress 2015, Prague. Their paper, entitled “Characterization of Chip-Scale Atomic Clock for GNSS navigation solutions”, is about these new, low cost and small size, high precision clocks [...]

21 MAY

Course on UAVs

CTTC is pleased to announce the 3-day course “UAVs: introducción y aplicaciones a la geoinformación y el patrimonio” organized by the Geomatics Division of the CTTC with the collaboration of the IGN (http://www.ign.es/) and sponsored by Geotronics (http://geotronics.es) and GeoNumerics (www.geonumerics.com) . The course will cover the use of unmanned aerial vehicles for geoinformation applications. [...]

21 MAY

Course on Ground-Based SAR deformation monitoring: data analysis

CTTC is pleased to announce the 3-day course Ground-Based SAR deformation monitoring: data analysis organized by the Geomatics Division of the CTTC and sponsored by IDS (www.idscorporation.com). The course will cover the relevant aspects of GBSAR data analysis to understand advantages and limitations of this new technique and correctly exploiting and interpreting its data. Lectures [...]

26 NOV

A journal article from Geomatics Division mentioned in ESA earth online

The journal article entitled “Use of Satellite SAR for Understanding Long-Term Human Occupation Dynamics in the Monsoonal Semi-Arid Plains of North Gujarat, India”  co-authored by Núria Devanthéry and Oriol Montserrat from the Geomatics division of CTTC, is mentioned in the earth online webpage of ESA as an example of using ENVISAT data for Archaelogical applications. [...]

05 NOV

Weekly Seminar: “GAL – Galileo for Gravity”

November 5th, 2014 ABSTRACT: GAL project aims the study and development of a state-of-the-art methodology for the determination of precise and high-resolution gravity field models. The key issue is the precise Kinematic Airborne Gravimetry (KAG), with the joint use of most recent techniques and technologies, such as EGNOS, GPS, Galileo and strapdown Inertial Measurement Units [...]

16 OCT

GINSEC: Pre-commercial prototype of a low-cost, accurate and reliable navigation system for the professional drone market

Since October 2013, the Geomatics Division of the CTTC is working on the GINSEC project, “Enhanced GNSS-BF-INS Solution for Unmanned Vehicle control”. The project is scheduled to finish on September 30th, 2015. The goal of the GINSEC project is to build a precommercial prototype of a low-cost, accurate and reliable navigation system for professional drone [...]

18 SEP

RSE will be present at SPIE Remote Sensing 2014 conference

The researchers of the RSE department Núria Devanthery, Michele Crosetto, Oriol Monserrat, and María Cuevas-González in collaboration with Bruno Crippa, Univ. degli Studi di Milano (Italy), will present the paper titled “The PSIG chain: an approach to persistent scatterer interferometry” at the SPIE Remote Sensing 2014 conference. SPIE Remote Sensing 2014 is an important European [...]