Clemens Eisank presented first semi-automated landslide extraction routines and results for two Land@Slide test areas (Fürwag landslide at Haunsberg, Montafon in Vorarlberg) at the GeoTirol 2016 conference in Innsbruck (Session I – Geo-environmental monitoring using remote- and close-range-sensing techniques).
He showed that the developed mapping routines are transferable, provided that the images were acquired by the same sensor.
The feedback from the approx. 40 people in the audience was very positive which confirms – once again – the interest in the Land@Slide research.
Reference to the conference abstract:
Eisank, C., Hölbling, D., Albrecht, F., 2016. Semi-automated landslide mapping based on multispectral satellite imagery: two Austrian case studies from the Land@Slide project. In: Ortner, H. [Ed] (2016). Abstract Volume of GeoTirol 2016 – Annual Meeting of DGGV and PANGEO Austria, 25-28 September, Innsbruck, Austria.