FPCUP Summer School 2023, organized by the German Aerospace Center (DLR) Earth Observation Center (EOC) and German Remote Sensing Data Center (DFD), kicked off with great enthusiasm in the first week of July at the German Aerospace Center (DLR) in Oberpfaffenhofen. In the context of summers school presentations, the Triquetra objectives and goals were presented by DLR and BLFD partners in a presentation regarding the pilot site of Roseninsel.
During the event, esteemed representatives from DLR and BLFD captivated the audience with their comprehensive insights into the Triquetra Project’s goals, objectives, and the extensive work that is set to be conducted at the Rosenisnel site within the framework of this cutting-edge project. Attendees were introduced to the innovative and transformative aspects of Triquetra, which aims to push the boundaries of technological advancements in the field.
Visitors were also delighted to explore an informative poster showcasing the Triquetra Project, enabling them to delve deeper into the intricacies of the research and its potential impact on various industries.
Adding to the event’s success, Geosystems Hellas (GSH), a partner of the Triquetra Project, actively participated in the summer school trainings. Apart from presentation and lectures, a training session on google Erath engine took place. Moreover, on the last day of the summer school, the participants visited a series of CH sites including the Roseninsel site which is one of the pilot sites of the TRIQUETRA project
The FPCUP Summer School 2023 served as an exceptional platform for knowledge exchange, fostering valuable connections between participants and industry experts. The event underscored DLR’s commitment to advancing research and innovation in the field of aerospace and beyond.
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