Due to recent technological advancements, Earth Observation satellite systems have increasingly been used for planning and coordination in humanitarian operations. They can support decision making and situational awareness in remote, inaccessible, or dangerous environments, thereby providing invaluable insight for the humanitarian sector.

The STENTOR project aims to study how satellite data are currently used in disaster and conflict settings. Its specificity is the combination of a traditional systematic review of the scientific literature supported by a review of actual uses of satellite data by humanitarian organizations.

For more information, contact Rémi Froment.


September, 2019 to August, 2020

Financial resources: 

BELSPO: Research Programme For Earth Observation Stereo III


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