Accurate utility demand forecasting with use of smartphone location data
Location data harvested from a mobile phone are a valuable source of information with many potential applications related to planning and management. Such application - a water demand prediction model - has been presented by a group of scientists from Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics and Institute of Environmental Engineering from Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences and University of Auckland, New Zealand. The study applied over seven millions of smartphone location data combined with historical water usage data. Datasets were integrated into the machine learning model, creating an accurate water demand forecasting model.
Citizen Science. Lecture of Dr. Pierre Karrasch - cancelled
The lecture is cancelled.
We invite you to take part in a lecture by Dr. Pierre Karrasch from TU Dresden on "Citizen Science". The lecture will be held on Wednesday, 11.03.2020 r., room IIM, Wroclaw Univ. of Environmental and Life Sciences, 24 Grunwaldzki Sq., 10:15-12:00.
The kick-off meeting of the Twinning Project "GATHERS - Integration of Geodetic and imAging TecHniques for monitoring and modelling the Earths surface defoRmations and Seismic risk” has been held at The Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences (UPWr) on December 4th-5th, 2019.
Kick-off meeting of the Twinning Project "GATHERS – Integration of Geodetic and imAging TecHniques for monitoring and modelling the Earth's surface defoRmations and Seismic risk" will be held on December 4th-5th, 2019 at Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences (UPWr).
Within the EPOS-PL project (POIR.04.02.00-14-A003/16) two microwave radiometers RPG-HATPRO-G5, supplied by Radiometer Physics GmbH, were purchased. The instruments were installed on the building of the Faculty of Environmental Engineering and Geodesy of the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences and in the Geodetic-Geophysical Observatory Borowa Góra. RPG-HATPRO series develops microwave radiometers designed for continuous measurement of temperature and humidity profiles in the troposphere, parallely in several selected frequency channels.