24. Mai 2017Ein gesunder Boden ist eng verknüpft mit einer funktionsfähigen Landwirtschaft. Die fernerkundungsbasierte Charakterisierung und Beobachtung der Böden Deutschlands sind ein wichtiger Aspekt im Kooperationsprojekt AGRO-DE. Durch das vom Bundesministerium für Ernährung und Landwirtschaft geförderte 3-jährige Projekt AGRO-DE sollen satellitengestützte landwirtschaftliche Basisinformationen regelmäßig und deutschlandweit zur Verfügung gestellt werden.
19 May 2017A view of K2 from the west. This rare image was photographed by the German extreme moutaineer Ralf Dujmovits from the slopes of Praqpa Ri. On the right is a view of K2 computed from satellite data.
17 May 2017Our world is undergoing rapid change and remote sensing technologies are keeping a close watch: they monitor environmental processes, analyse causes, and forecast developments. For that reason, over 550 experts discussed the contribution earth observation can make to adapting to global change at the "International Symposium on Remote Sensing of Environment" ISRSE.
12 May 2017Experts from 11 countries are meeting 15.-18.Mai in Grainau for the 7th Symposium of the global Network for the Detection of Mesospheric Change (NDMC). NDMC is coordinated by DFD in partnership with CONICET, which promotes science and technology in Argentina
05 May 2017On 2 May Tobias Miethaner, a department head at the Federal Ministry of Transport, visited EOC. Accompanied by experts from the ministry, Mr. Miethaner was informed about ways satellite- and aircraft-based earth observation can contribute to future ground traffic Systems.
28 April 2017
EOC demonstrated its innovation project DriveMark, a key technology for self-driving road vehicles, at BMW Welt. This improvement makes possible for the first time highly precise street measurements based on satellite data.
18 April 2017Three weeks ago the research vessel Akademik Tryoshnikov returned from the “Antarctic Circumnavigation Expedition”. This campaign took an international research team once around the Antarctic continent. Scientists at the DLR Maritime Safety and Security Lab in Bremen and Neustrelitz were always there. Not on the ship, but in space.