The Earsel Imaging Spectroscopy Workshop 2019 was organized by CzechGlobe in February in Brno, Czech Republic. The aim of the conference is to introduce the latest developments in hyperspectral data assessment and process, accordingly, demonstrate future perspectives and potential projects.
In February our GINOP-6.1.6-17-2018-00115 project has been started with training.
During the project an ERP system is developed and introduced which supports the flexible time and space organization structure of Envirosense Hungary Ltd.
For company development, to increase human resource management efficiency and to exploit our capabilities it is necessary to train our workforce.
In the frame of the project a Hasselblad A6D-100c digital camera + objective was purchased.
In frame of the project a high performance data storage and archiving system was purchased, which ensures the store, archive and access of the produced large data quantity.
In 2019 we actively participate on various national and international conferences, exhibitions and workshops.
Our company looks back for 2018 as a successful year. We expanded our portfolio with several new fields of application, broadened the list of our products.
As last year, we represented ourselves as exhibitors in Frankfurt, Germany at InterGEO 2018, the largest trade fair of geodesy and remote sensing in Europe.
One of our colleague, Zoltan Kovacs took part a course "Why to use LiDAR in Ecology" at the University of Aarhus. The objective of the course was to give the participants the tools and insight needed to get started with analyses of LiDAR data of relevance for answering their ecological questions.
Our colleague, Orsolya Varga participated in the advanced training of ESA between 10. and 14. September in Leicester (UK). The training was about ESA’s satellite products, especially focusing on Sentinel satellite system.
We were happy to welcome our intern from Turkey, Seyma Akca, who spent her 2 months long internship at our company between August and October.