University’s Department of Geography & Environmental
Studies, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, and Natural Resources
Canada have teamed up to deliver a 5-day course which promises
to unlock the world of Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR). Upon
completion of this training, participants will be equipped with
the skills needed to access, pre-process and analyze SAR data.
The course interweaves lectures with hands-on labs, over 5 days
(August 12-16, 2019).
This course is
aimed at people who already have background in optical remote
sensing and image processing, but does not assume any background