4 June 2020

Flood ExtReme velOCity Estimations (FEROCE): Seeding metrics to image-velocimetry performances

Webinar organized by ‘River Monitoring’ working group of Harmonious – COST Action Flood ExtReme velOCity Estimations (FEROCE): Seeding metrics to image-velocimetry performances – by Alonso Pizarro
25 May 2020

Identifying the most important future challenges in drone-based environmental studies

This is the questionnaire developed by HARMONIOUS aimed at identifying the most urgent and important challenges drone-based science will probably face in the near future. All […]
22 May 2020

Can Low-Cost Unmanned Aerial Systems Describe the Forage Quality Heterogeneity? Insight from a Timothy Pasture Case Study in Southern Belgium

Applied to grazing management, unmanned aerial systems (UASs) allow for the monitoring of vegetation at the level of each individual on the pasture while covering a […]
31 March 2020

A career takes off – with drones adding lift

When a COST Action on the harmonisation of UAS techniques for agricultural and natural ecosystems monitoring (HARMONIOUS) started in October 2017, Goran Tmušić of the University […]
28 March 2020

Last HARMONIOUS WG1 meeting

Covid-19 cannot stop Harmonious – COST Action members!! WG1 Meeting on Radiometric and Geometric Correction Techniques have been carried out even under these circumstances using the new video […]
20 March 2020

Current Practices in UAS-based Environmental Monitoring

With the increasing role that unmanned aerial systems (UAS) are playing in data collection for environmental studies, two key challenges relate to harmonizing and providing standardized […]
25 February 2020

Training Course “Monitoring Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems with Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS)”

COST Action HARMONIOUS is organizing a Training Course on UAS-based monitoring of Natural and Agricultural Ecosystems HARMONIOUS Training Course 2020  – Villach, 26.-29.2 2020 Trainers Dr. Helge […]
9 January 2020

An Evaluation of Image Velocimetry Techniques under Low Flow Conditions and High Seeding Densities Using Unmanned Aerial Systems

Image velocimetry has proven to be a promising technique for monitoring river flows using remotely operated platforms such as Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS). However, the application […]
12 December 2019

The iAQUEDUCT project activities in a small Mediterranean rural catchment

The iAQUEDUCT project activities in a small Mediterranean rural catchment: Preliminary results of field and remote sensing campaigns to parameterize Richards-based hydrological models The EU Water-JPI […]