we have been involved in the GPM project since 2003, and as a part of the international science team since 2009. With the launch of the core observatory in 2014, we will continue working on the remote sensing of precipitation. The addition of the new instrument to the GPM constellation will certainly open a new era of observations of one of the key environmental parameters.
we provide processing and analysis services for a variety of satellite data and sensors, both operational and historical, including MODIS, METEOSAT, SAR, ERS, Landsat, Spot, IKONOS, SSM/I, AMSR-E, TRMM, GPM, QuickSat, WindSat, AQUA, GRACE, GOES, AVHRR, ENVISAT, etc.
over the years, we have developed a number of tools to extract information useful for agriculture, environmental management, biomass estimation, forestry and several other applications.
earth sciences and earth physics are not limited to the study of natural phenomena. Working in collaboration with the Swiss EMPA, we developped a methodology to extract socioecomic information for satellite radiances, paving the way for further studies in what is known as 'Social Physics'.
we also perform geographical analyses over a variety of topic, including vegetation, landscape, infrastructures, etc. We produce models such as the one here, the Picos de Europa mountain range seen from the SW (Landsat image over DEM).