Clima project has been presented during the "Fourth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of Environment", that has been held on April 4-8, 2016 in Cyprus. Project aims, methodologies and achievements have been illustrated during the session “Sensing the Past: Remote Monitoring for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage”, chaired by W. Rączkowski.
On 24th November 2015, in Stirling (UK), it has been helded the End Users workshop of the project “Cultural Landscape risk Identification, Management and Assessment” (CLIMA).
The End Users conference aimed at presenting the project to potential end-users, and to receive back guidelines and expert advices, in a way to improve the potentiality and the applicability of the project results. Continue reading End-User conference in Stirling (UK) for CLIMA project