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Natalie’s background lies in environmental monitoring, particularly using multi or hyperspectral data. Her current responsibilities include wetland, drought and crop monitoring as well as 3D destination marketing.
Abhi is a satellite applications engineer with expertise in large-scale software development. He is currently responsible for envisioning automated remote sensing and GIS applications that resolve key processing challenges.
Tobias is an earth observation expert that specializes in integrative mapping and modelling (e.g. land degradation, epidemiology, crop productivity). His particular focus is land surface dynamics, semi-automatic modelling or mapping, devising curricula and managing EO projects.
With a PhD in radar remote sensing and environm. monitoring, Sandra's expertise includes multi-sensor carbon stock estimation, environmental monitoring and field campaigns. She manages SAR, forestry and R&D projects.
With extensive knowledge in ecology and more than 20 years of remote sensing experience, Florian initiates, designs and manages large international projects. He also teaches environmental monitoring at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität.
Jonas is a geographer whose expertise lies in earth observation and environmental monitoring. He manages international R&D, joint projects, and also advises organizations on conservation, risk assessment and monitoring techniques.
Isabel’s expertise lies in versatile applications of (radar) remote sensing and GIS in an environmental context, e.g. Land Use Classification. She studied environmental engineering at the TU Darmstadt.
Claudius is a biologist with over 15 years’ experience in earth observation. He possesses a professional breadth of knowledge in aquatic remote sensing (coral reefs, coastal ecosystems) and international conservation guidelines.
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