Welcome to EOSIAL e-Learning platform

The laboratory is focused on the development of diverse applications including a wide range of fields of interest, as fire monitoring, vulcanic eruptions and ash cloud monitoring, oil spill monitoring from optical as well as SAR imagery and uses of hiperspectral images, up to the development of applications related to security.

The laboratory is oriented in particular to the development of automatic applications facing real-time approaches.

Equipped with software and hardware instruments, and with a wide stock of satellite images including low as well as very high spatial resolution, both optical and radar ones, the laboratory counts with two satellite image acquisition systems: one located in Rome, and another one in the Broglio Space Center in Malindi, Kenya.

Rome Station acquires images from SEVIRI (Spinning Enhanced Visible and Infrared Imager), on board Meteosat Second Generation (MSG) satellite, and images from MODIS and AVHRR satellites, while Malindi Station also acquires Landsat products.