The Center for Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Europe was formed in late 2019 by Headwall and geo-konzept to support the implementation and utilization of hyperspectral imaging technology with other sensor technology focusing on agriculture, mining, environmental monitoring and infrastructure inspection applications.
An in-person workshop for remote-sensing users, enthusiasts, and experts who are interested in learning more effective ways to perform hyperspectral surveys or developing new applications took place at our facility in Adelschlag, Germany on Wednesday, 8 September and Thursday, 9 September 2021. This event followed all appropriate health & safety protocols, so the total number of attendees was limited. Agenda for the 2021 Workshop (.pdf)
UPDATE: two of the sessions at the workshop where webcast to allow those not able to travel to see some of the indoor content. You may register to see recordings of one or both using the links below.
The Center's formal in-person opening was postponed due to the global pandemic. Nevertheless, everyone was able to view and engage with a tremendously successful virtual workshop, held in November 2020. Workshop sessions were broken into Virtual Room 1 and Virtual Room 2.
Our first in-person workshop happened on Wed, Sep 8 and Thu, Sep 9, 2021. To follow health & safety protocols, the number of participants was limited, so 2 sessions were webcast. You can register to see one or both: Webcast Session 1: Wed, 8 Sep, Planning a UAV Hyperspectral Mission; Webcast Session 2: Thu, 9 Sep, Hyperspectral data post-processing, including preparing a LiDAR Point Cloud and DEM, conversion to radiance / reflectance, and orthorectification.
Introduction to how Headwall's unmanned airborne solutions can monitor precious agricultural resources. See the recording!
With the advent of commercial packages that are more intuitive and robust for use in the lab, in the greenhouse, in the field, and from the air, HSI can be used for classification purposes or as input values for machine-learning approaches. Advanced data-analysis tools such as MiniGIS allow the visualization of hyperspectral data, provide an opportunity for statistical, parcel-specific data analysis, and enable the user to create individual, trait-specific indices. See the recording! Questions and Answers coming shortly, too.
Recent article in EE Times on precision agriculture that features the Center, as well as quotes from Johannes Kutschera, head of Mining, Remote Sensing Department for Geo-Konzept, and Christian Felsheim, European Area Business Director for Headwall.
The Center for Hyperspectral Remote Sensing Europe is not just a virtual entity, it is a real location!
You need to make a reservation and arrange a visit. Both Headwall and geo-konzept have personnel and resources that can be utilized for your benefit. Tell us about your needs and ideas for projects both short and long term.
If you are traveling to the CHRSE, see additional travel details, below:
Airport Express Munich - Ingolstadt timetable
Airport Express Munich - Ingolstadt ticket shop
Important train stations
- Adelschlag: CHRSE, geo-konzept Headquarter Adelschlag
- Eichstätt Stadt: City Center of Eichstätt
- Ingolstadt Nord: bus station Airport Express Munich
Please note, a bus connection between Adelschlag and Eichstätt is available but not recommended.
Bus shuttle between Eichstätt (Hotel, Dinner) - Adelschlag possible.
Bus shuttle to Ingolstadt (Aiport Express) possible.