The Mapping group develops automatic methods to interpret remote sensing and Earth observation data and their changes.
The research group of Environmental research with active sensors.
The research group of mobile mapping is a mix of ubiquitous mapping experts in the field of remote sensing, photogrammetry, electrical engineering,
The group members have multi-disciplinary backgrounds in electronics, optoelectronics, automation, surveying, remote sensing, geoinformatics and computer science.
High-performance computing allowing high-accuracy country-level individual tree carbon sink and biodiversity mapping
From forest structure to hydrological function - merging dense Earth Observation data and process-models
Cover crops enable soft structural change of Finnish agriculture.
The MaaTu project produces refined spatial data on the occurrence and depth of peat soils using remote sensing, empirical field data, and machine learning methods.
The project studies and improves the feasibility of a new type of remote sensing systems, actively scanning multiple wavelength and hyperspectral lase
Upscaling of carbon intake and water balance models of individual trees to wider areas with short interval laser scanning time series