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New Research Initiative | CRRS

We are thrilled to announce an exciting new research initiative within the framework of 3DForEcoTech COST Action, focusing on the transformative potential of Close-range Remote Sensing (CRRS) technology for ecosystem studies.

3DForEcoTech is a collaborative effort bringing together researchers, industry professionals, and enthusiasts in the field of Close-range Remote Sensing. Our mission is to explore, share insights, and promote advancements in technology for the study and preservation of ecosystems.

As part of our ongoing commitment to advancing knowledge in this domain, we have initiated a comprehensive study aimed at gathering valuable insights from both users and providers in the CRRS industry. This research seeks to uncover challenges, opportunities, and trends shaping the current landscape.

We invite all stakeholders, including CRRS users and providers, to contribute to this research. Your unique perspectives will play a crucial role in shaping the outcomes and contributing to the collective knowledge of our community.

How to Participate
Participating is easy! Simply click on the survey link below and share your experiences and insights. Your input will not only help advance the field but will also be acknowledged in the final research publication.

Participate in the Survey!
­čöŚ https://forms.gle/6VEazgfvuXMv67g2A

The deadline for completing the survey is 31 January 2024.

Acknowledgment in Research Publication!
As a token of our appreciation, the names of contributors will be featured in the acknowledgment section of the final research publication. Your valuable input will be recognized and celebrated.

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Let’s shape the future of Close-range Remote Sensing for the well-being of our ecosystems!


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