remote sensing technologies

IGARSS 2014 - 35th Symposium on Remote Sensing

This is event is available for participation on an ongoing basis

Topics will include Earth observation for Arctic research, Earth observation for renewable energy, energy budgets and modeling, future satellite programs, global environmental change, international co­operation (including the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites – CEOS ; Global Earth Observation System of Systems - GEOSS), new remote sensing technologies, security and defence, sustainable development, and more.






13/07/2014 to 18/07/2014

Registration Deadline: 

Sun, 13/07/2014



Venue City: 

Quebec City

Event Organisers: 

IEEE, GRSS, Canadian Remote Sensing Society, CSA-ASC, NASA,

Language of event: 


Remote Sensing: Global market to rise to 12 billion USD by 2019

The study forecasts the global Remote Sensing market

A new study by BBC Research LLC, has found that the global market for remote sensing technologies will continuously grow and should reach $12.1 billion by 2019, as Spar Point Group reported. The study includes forecasts for 20 end-user markets in 39 countries. The authors of the study point out that these advances in geographic information systems (GIS) technology have “blurred previous qualitative distinctions” between very expensive satellite platforms, moderately expensive airborne platforms, and low-cost UAS (unmanned aerial systems) platforms.

Publishing Date: 

Thu, 07/11/2013 - 10:20

Ocean health, disaster impacts monitored from above by satellite remote sensing

New remote sensing technologies with applications such as predicting problems with ocean fish stocks and assessing natural disasters were reported at conferences sponsored recently in Prague by SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics. The papers and others from SPIE Remote Sensing have been published in the SPIE Digital Library, with freely accessible abstracts and full papers available by rental, pay-per-view or subscription.

Color tells the story

Publishing Date: 

Tue, 10/01/2012 - 14:44

Geospatial Efficiency - Where Does it Begin?

Efficiency is expected where sustainable development takes place. How efficiency is measured may vary though, particularly where non-tangible benefits arise. Ms Yvonne O. Sowah, President of the Ghana Institution of Surveyors (GhIS) said this past week, that a need exists for governments to recognize the role of surveyors in the development of every nation. But are surveyors alone the only geospatial actors at the table?

Publishing Date: 

Fri, 04/03/2011 - 12:00
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