Environmental Sensing Laboratory at Technology Park

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  • Project duration: December 2016 - December 2018
  • Project status: finished
  • Funding:
    Public institutions (Other projects /Project)

The internal project ES LAB project brings the activities and the knowhow of the group Technologies for Environmental Monitoring into the context of the Technology Park Bolzano. These activities and knowhow were acquired in the projects MONALISA, EURAC SDI, Sentinel Alpine Observatory (SAO), Mazia LTER, SINFONIA, as well as within the reports written in collaboration with local SMEs and authorities of the province of Bolzano. The establishment of a laboratory serves the creation of a center of competence for environmental monitoring technology. The project allows to further consolidate and develop (i) an integrated information system for management and analysis of the environmental monitoring data aquired in the territory of South Tyrol, (ii) low cost micro controller/processor technology for data acquisition and processing, (iii) a strategy and planning for sustainable operation of the laboratory as an infrastructure for research and innovation.

Contact persons: Roberto Monsorno and Abraham Mejia Aguilar;

Flexible, biocompatible, and ridged silicone elastomers based robust sandwich-type triboelectric nano-generator
Riaz R, Dudem B, Costa Angeli M, Douaki A, Ahmad M, Petrelli M, Mejia-Aguilar A, Monsorno R, Silva R, Lugli P, Petti L (2021)

Conference: IEEE International Flexible Electronics Conference | virtual conference | 8.8.2021 - 11.8.2021

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Estimating biomass and plant nitrogen content of (pre-)Alpine grasslands with multispectral UAS data
Schucknecht A, Seo B, Krämer A, Asam S, Mejia-Aguilar A, Kiese A (2020)

Conference: BonaRes Status Seminar | Leipzig, Germany | 17.2.2020 - 19.2.2020

Vegetation traits of pre-Alpine grasslands in southern Germany
Schucknecht A, Kraemer A, Asam S, Mejia Aguilar A, Garcia-Franco N, Schuchardt MA, Jentsch A, Kiese R (2020)
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UAV-based hyperspectral techniques for monitoring shallow erosion in alpine pastures
Lloyd J, Mejia-Aguilar A, Tonin R, Loebmann M, Gild Ch, Mayr A and Sonnenschein R (2019)

Conference: EGU General Assembly 2019 | Vienna | 7.4.2019 - 12.4.2019

HIS-HAPS-ALPS: Hyperspectral Imaging Systems mounted on High Altitude Pseudo Satellites observing ALpine Processes and ecoSystems
Mejia-Aguilar A, Fink F, Mayrgünter S, Monsorno R (2019)

Conference: HAPS4ESA | Leiden, The Netherlands | 12.2.2019 - 14.2.2019

Multi-sensor approach to estimate the thermo-hygrometric comfort using new textiles and designs in cycling clothes
Mejia-Aguilar A, Monsorno R, Cazzaro M and Bergamo L (2018)
Conference proceedings article
Close range methods to monitor vegetation dynamics on a dry alpine mountain grassland over different spatial and temporal scales
Mejia-Aguilar A, Rossi M, Niedrist G, Asam S, Tonon G, Zebisch M, Notarnicola C (2018)

Conference: 9th Workshop on Hyperspectral Image and Signal Processing| Evolution in Remote Sensing | Amsterdam, The Netherlands : 23.9.2018 - 26.9.2018

Sensorsystem für Sportbekleidung: Schutz vor Überhitzung und Unterkühlung
Mejia Aguilar A (2018)

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Cosmic Ray Neutron sensing in complex systems
Piussi L, Tonon G, Mejia-Aguilar A, Monsorno R, Zebisch M, Bertoldi G, Tomelleri E (2018)

Conference: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 | Vienna | 8.4.2018 - 13.4.2018

Design of a low-cost and open-source sensor node for landslide monitoring oriented to IoT early warning system: a case of study in alpine areas
Mejia-Aguilar A, Kofler C, Schlögel R, Van Campenhout J (2018)

Conference: European Geosciences Union General Assembly 2018 | Vienna | 8.4.2018 - 13.4.2018

Multi-sensor approach to estimate the thermo-hygrometric comfort using new textiles and designs in cycling clothes
Mejia-Aguilar A, Monsorno R, Cazzaro M, Bergamo L (2018)
Conference proceedings article

Conference: World Congress of the International Measurement Confederation (IMEKO) | Belfast | 3.9.2018 - 6.9.2018

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Inversion of the PROSAIL model from UAV data
Tomelleri E, Mejia-Aguilar A (2018)

Conference: International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, IGARSS 2018 | Valencia | 22.7.2018 - 27.7.2018

Landslide Monitoring with Multi-Sensor and Temporal Scale Approaches: A Test Site in Alpine Environment
Mejia-Aguilar A, Schlögel R, Kofler C, D Mehdi (2017)
Conference proceedings article

Conference: 5th International Symposium on Sensor Science (I3S 2017) | Barcelona | 27.9.2017 - 30.9.2017

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UAV-based data lifecycle with multi-sensor platform applied in mountain regions
Mejia-Aguilar A, Tomelleri E, Ventura B, Monsorno R (2017)

Conference: Virtual Alpine Observatory 2017 | Bolzano | 13.3.2017 - 15.3.2017

3D Reconstruction of a large landslide from UAV-based imagery
Darvishi M , Toschi I, Remondino F, Schlögel R, Thiebes B, Mejia Aguilar A, Tomelleri E, Rutzinger M, Zieher T, Bruzzone L (2016)

Conference: Young Professionals Conference on Remote Sensing (YPIEEE) | Oberpfaffenhofen, Germany | 20.10.2016 - 21.10.2016

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