Remote Sensing

RSCy2016 ʽFourth International Conference on Remote Sensing and Geoinformation of Environmentʼ 4-8 April, 2016 - Cyprus

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Abstract Submission
Papers can be presented orally and by poster. Both are considered of equal standing. Kindly indicate your preference for oral or poster presentation when submitting your abstract. Please note that both oral and poster presentations require a full paper to be submitted in order to be published in the SPIE conference proceedings.  All abstracts will be published in the RSCy2016 abstract proceedings that will be distributed at the conference.
 

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Date: 

04/04/2015 to 08/04/2015

Registration Deadline: 

Mon, 04/04/2016

Venue: 

King Evelthon Beach Hotel P.O.Box 61415, Paphos, Cyprus, Paphos, Zypern

Venue City: 

Paphos

Venue Country: 

  • Cyprus

Event Organisers: 

Cyprus Remote Sensing Society and Cyprus University of Technology

Co-organisers: 

Group on Earth Observations
German Aerospace Center
European Space Agency
Department of Electronic Communications of the Ministry of Communications and Works
Technical Chamber of Cyprus
Cyprus Department of Meteorology
Agricultural Research Institute
Hellas Sat
Frederick University
Neapolis University Pafos
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36th EARSeL Symposium - Frontiers in Earth Observation

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Note: Deadline for abstract submission has been extended. New deadline is 15th February 2016.

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19/06/2016 to 24/06/2016

Registration Deadline: 

Mon, 14/03/2016

Venue: 

Gustav-Stresemann-Institut (GSI) in Bonn

Venue City: 

Bonn

Venue Country: 

  • Germany

Event Organisers: 

Center for Remote Sensing of Land Surfaces & Department of Geography, University of Bonn, Germany

Co-organisers: 

co-sponsored by ESA

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Space-based information to support the SDGs Indicators and Monitoring Framework

The second meeting for IAEG-SDGs was held in Thailand. Space technology capabilities are used to support the development of the indicators framework to monitor the goals.

The second meeting of the Inter-agency and Expert Group on Sustainable Development Goal Indicators (IAEG-SDGs) was held at the United Nations Conference Center in Bangkok, Thailand from 26 to 28 October. The aim of the convention was to review the possible global indicators of the framework needed for the monitoring of the goals and targets of the post-2015 development agenda at the global level, and support its implementation. The event was broadcasted life to the public during the three days.

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Fri, 30/10/2015 - 10:37

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Fri, 10/30/2015

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EnMAP-Box

Water Resource Management using NASA Earth Science Data (AM)

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Five webinar sessions (1 – hour each) on October 13, 20, 27; November 3, 10, 2015

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Date: 

13/10/2015 to 10/11/2015

Registration Deadline: 

Tue, 13/10/2015

Event Organisers: 

NASA - Applied Remote Sensor Training (ARSET)

Speaker: Dr. Amita Mehta, Instructor for ARSET Water Resources and Disasters Trainings

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Sentinel Application Platform (SNAP)

UN-SPIDER meets students of 20th Post Graduate Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS

UN-SPIDER meets students of 20th Post Graduate Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS at the UN Affiliated Centre for Space Science Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific (CSSTEAP), Dehradun, India

The head of the UN-SPIDER Beijing Office, Shirish Ravan, visited the UN Affiliated Centre for Space Science Technology Education in Asia and the Pacific (CSSTEAP), in Dehradun, India, on 25 August 2015; to interact with 24 international students attending Post Graduate Diploma in Remote Sensing and GIS. During the ceremony, the participants briefed about their background and how they would be using knowledge gained from this training course in their respective office in their home country.

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Wed, 02/09/2015 - 17:06

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Wed, 09/02/2015

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Geospatial Technologies for Crisis and Disaster in the Developing World

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The Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Information Technologies at Delta State University (CIGIT), the Mississippi

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Date: 

05/10/2015 to 09/10/2015

Registration Deadline: 

Tue, 01/09/2015

Venue: 

Delta State University Campus in Cleveland, Mississippi

Venue City: 

Cleveland, Mississippi

Venue Country: 

  • United States of America

Event Organisers: 

Center for Interdisciplinary Geospatial Information Technologies at Delta State University (CIGIT), Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA), Secure World Foundation (SWF), GITA, United Nations Platform for for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER) 

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Remote sensing for the elimination of polio

Satellite image of an isolated settlement in Kano, Nigeria (Image: DigitalGlobe)

A joint project between DigitalGlobe and many volunteers has helped in the eradication of polio through mapping of villages in developing countries during vaccination campaigns. The mapping of the often isolated settlements was complicated and apart from analysing big data captured by satellites, DigitalGlobe had to rely on volunteers and crowdsourcing based on the Tomnod programme. The final result is a map covering 285,103 villages in Nigeria, Somalia, Pakistan and Afghanistan.

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Mon, 17/08/2015 - 14:16

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Mon, 08/17/2015

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Indian Space Research Organization to contribute to urban planning

Calcutta city in India during the night. Satellite imagery can contribute to urban planning. (Image: ESA)

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) will map 500 cities in September this year. Urban planners' work is to be supported by this information and nearly 50 million people are expected to benefit from the outcome.

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Thu, 13/08/2015 - 14:57

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Thu, 08/13/2015

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