The Survey Department of Sri Lanka is the National Surveying and Mapping Organisation and also the national focal point of GIS and Remote Sensing with representation in the Global Mapping Project organised by the International Steering Committee for Global Mapping (ISCGM). Its mission is to provide high quality land information products and services through professionally qualified and dedicated personal.
The mission of the CLIRSEN is to generate, integrate and standardize thematic geoinformation and to provide technical services, applied to build the inventory of natural resources and environment. CLIRSEN furthermore contributes to the security and territorial planning through Teledetection and Geographic Information Systems.
The magazine “Imaging Notes”, publication that targets remote sensing professionals, has released its Summer 2012 Issue dedicated to urgent, interrelated issues of Earth remote sensing for security, energy and the environment.
On 23 July 2012 the United States Geological Survey (USGS) made available their new LandsatLook Viewer. It allows comprehensive searching and downloading of full-resolution LandsatLook images, along with access to Level 1 Data Products.
SPARRSO was established in 1980 as an autonomous organisation of the Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh. It keeps close collaboration with national, regional and international organizations, institutions and agencies.
For the first time, about 70 percent of a country has been mapped using an advanced remote sensing technique known as hyperspectral imaging. In order to assist Afghanistan in understanding their abundant natural resources, in particular the development of an economically viable minerals market, the U.S.
This is event is available for participation on an ongoing basis
The German Space Agency (DLR) and the European Space Agency (ESA) are organizing the 32nd International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS 2012) jointly with the Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS), from 22 to 27 July 2012.
Remote sensing can be a valuable tool in tracking and monitoring the international impact of climate change. The University of Maryland and Beijing Normal University are partnering up in a new research project to develop practical and predictive tools concerning land use and land change as well as agricultural monitoring from space.