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Project Information

CCID - Climate Change Impact Detection and Monitoring Adaptation Measures - Development of Remote Sensing Tools

The consequences of climate change have manifold effects on the physical and human environment. Because of the complex topography of mountain regions and the role that topography plays as a catalyst for various climate change impacts, remote-sensing data has considerable utility in providing quantitative input data for the development of adaptation strategies.

Within this project, a full-featured software system for the management and analysis of laser scanning data will be engaged and further developed.

The focus is on methods, tools and products that will provide model-ready input data for the analysis of spatio-temporal features relevant in modelling impacts and devising strategies of climate change impacts and geo-risks as well as the estimation of solar energy potential in mountain regions, while simultaneously offering added value for their deployment in other contexts like geomorphological process modelling, 3D radiative transfer analysis or urban and regional planning.

Project Team

Project Team CCID

Dipl.-Geogr. Magnus Bremer (Remote Sensing, Geoinformatics)

Dr. Christian Georges (Remote Sensing, Geoinformatics, Project Management)

Dr. Volker Wichmann (Remote Sensing, Geoinformatics, Project Management)


Partners CCID

Scientific Partners

University of Innsbruck
Institute of Geography
Contact: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Hans Stötter


Company Partners

Laserdata GmbH
Contact: Dipl. Geogr. Frederic Petrini-Monteferri

TIWAG - Tiroler Wasserkraft AG
Contact: Dr. Johannes Schöber