User Workshop

Sea-ice products obtained from remote sensing, in-situ measurements and numerical models

Final agenda
Workshop protocol



45 users from the fields of economy, science, and service providers participated in our DeMarine-user workshop on "Sea-ice products obtained from remote sensing, in-situ measurements and numerical models" on 29 January 2015 in Hamburg.

Below and on the right you can find pdf versions of both posters and talks for download in pdf.


Posters for download in pdf format


Berg: Utilisation of spaceborne assets for efficient maritime navigation - the SpaceNav project
Melsheimer: Integrated Arctic & Antarctic sea-ice monitoring services
Frost: NRT Processor for Automated Iceberg Detection using TerraSAR-X Data
Ludwig: 1.4 GHz Brightness Temperatures used to reveal low Sea Ice Concentrations in the Beaufort Sea during the Great Arctic Cyclone in August 2012
Wernecke: Lead detection with Cryosat-2: Method improvement and validation
Hendricks: On Site Sea Ice Information For Low-Bandwidth Data Connections



Talks for download in pdf format


 Brügge: Welcome 
 Natke: Expedition cruising in polar waters - challenges in the ice 
 Hall: Ice information needs of the oil & gas industry 
 Qvistgaard: Making our Polar seas safer with remote sensing in the Copernicus period 
 Dierking: The importance of microwave-remote sensing for an operational sea-ice service 
 Heygster: Daily sea-ice concentrations at 5 km resolution with atmospheric correction 
 Kaleschke: Towards a synergy of SMOS and Cryosat-2 for an improved sea-ice-thickness retrieval 
 Hendricks: In-situ sea-ice measurements and presentations of the sea-ice portal 
 Reimer: Ice-routing optimization and other activities in polar techniques 
 Holfort: Better ice information onboard ships - ECDIS S-411 
 Christmann: Pre-operational service developments in DeMarine-2-EISTAK 
 Lehner: Algorithms and research in DeMarine-2-EISTAK 
 Nyenhuis: German EO exploitation programme - Funding opportunities for maritime surveillance and marine environmental monitoring