Remote Sensing

SADC Regional Remote Sensing Unit (RRSU)

The SADC Regional Remote Sensing Unit (RRSU) is part of the Regional Food Security Programme. The RRSU was conceived as a project in 1988 and received technical assistance from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO). In 1998, the project was integrated into the Food, Agriculture and Natural Ressources (FANR) Development Unit (DU).

Its activities are focused on training programmes and technical support in the field of Remote Sensing, Agrometeorology and GIS in support of early warning for food security, natural resources management and disaster management.

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Symposium GIS Ostrava 2010

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GIS Ostrava 2010

GIS meets Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry towards Digital World

VSB – Technical University of Ostrava campus, the New Hall building, Ostrava, Czech Republic

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The Symposium incorporates two session threads, the Research session held in English language and the Application session held in Czech and Slovak language.

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25/01/2010 to 27/01/2010

The MRSS 6th International Remote Sensing & GIS Conference and Exhibition 2010

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The Malaysian Remote Sensing Society (MRSS) and University Putra Malaysia are jointly organizing the MRSS 6th International Remote Sensing & GIS Conference and Exhibition on April 28-29, 2010 at Putra World Trade Center (PWTC), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

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28/04/2010 to 29/04/2010

ndione_3rd_ws-bonn_23_10_09.pdf

Ndione Jacques Andre. Centre du Suivi Ecologique. Building an early warning system (EWS) for Rift valley fever in Ferlo (Senegal): what can be expected from remote sensing?

taubenboeck_3rd_ws-bonn_21_10_09.pdf

 Hannes Taubenboeck. The future will be urban –Capabilities and solutions from remote sensing for risk assessment and management. German Aerospace Center (DLR)

UN-SPIDER co-chairs inter-agency briefing on use of Remote Sensing for DRR and Emergency Response in Afghanistan

On June 22nd, an inter-agency briefing with UNOOSA/UN-SPIDER took place in Kabul to determine how best to make use of spatial data/mapping tools to support disaster risk reduction and emergency response activities in Afghanistan.

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Mon, 22/06/2009 - 18:00

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