Future trends of utilizing remote sensing in mine areas

2.2.2016, 08:30 - Jenna Stenroos
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08:30 - 16:00

University of Oulu

RESEM – REmote SEnsing supporting surveillance and operation of Mines:

Place: Saalastinsali, University of Oulu

Seminar program:

8:30 – 9:15 Registration and morning coffee

9:15 Welcome and introduction

9:30-11:30 Current state: (short 15…20 minutes presentations)
State of The Art: How remote sensing is currently used
Use of satellite data on ground movement and dam stability (NORUT)
Unmanned aircraft vehicles with different sensors (NORUT)
Example of Sentinel 2 satellite – case Laivakangas (Anssi Rauhala UOulu)
Gällivare case study: monitoring and modelling (LTU)
Viewpoint of remote sensing by supervising authorities
Viewpoint of a Mine company

11:30-12:30 Lunch

12:30 Opening of Afternoon session

12:35 RESEM project presentation (including first measurements, presentation the measuring campaign of summer 2016 and legislation questions)

13:00 Workshop: the point of this is to collect new ideas and methods from mining companies, authorities and designers how to use the potential of remote sensing (and better our study plan for RESEM)

14:30 Afternoon coffee break

15:00 Summary of workshop

16:00 End of Seminar