Manage CSIRO's new requirements for satellite tasking, downlink and data distribution, initially for the NovaSAR satellite.
Two postdoctoral Research Fellow positions are currently available at the School for the Environment, University of Massachusetts Boston. These positions will contribute to grant supported research associated with the development and application of albedo products from the Terra and Aqua MODIS, the Suomi-NPP VIIRS, and the Landsat OLI sensors. There will also be opportunities to participate in field work (including research with terrestrial scanning lidars) and attend meetings, workshops, and conferences.Read More
Monday, 9 April 2018 - Wednesday, 11 April 2018
GeoSmart Asia 2018 has now announced its full Programme Agenda, featuring exciting presentations on location Intelligence, the science of smart cities, GIS in government and policy, future thinking, agri-business, big data, UAV, geo-science for energy, GIS for health, and more.
The conference will feature a number of interactive spaces offering an opportunity for everyone to explore answers to some of the biggest questions facing spatial industry, and demonstrations of cutting-edge technologies for addressing challenges to the world around us. View all updates on the conference on www.geosmartasia.org
About this Mission
Europe and Australia have a wealth of complimentary Earth Observation (EO) expertise. Significant opportunities exist for building successful partnerships between EU and Australian companies and research teams to solve new challenges for industry and government building new market opportunities globally. A range of timely funding and technical opportunities make 2018 the perfect year to start these partnerships.
Australian companies and research teams are invited to attend and host the visiting delegation at a series of events in Brisbane, Canberra and Sydney.Read More
5th EARSeL Joint Workshop
"Urban Remote Sensing - Challenges & Solutions"
24-26 September 2018
This workshop is jointly organized by four Special Interest Groups (SIG’s) of the European Association of Remote Sensing Laboratories (EARSeL):
- Urban Remote Sensing
- 3D Remote Sensing
- Developing Countries
- Radar Remote Sensing
The topic of the workshop is of mutual interest to these SIG`s. Thus the workshop will have an integrative function to bring together people from different remote sensing branches to discuss their experiences and problems in dealing with high resolution data. High resolution data are a valuable source for urban and suburban areas and can deliver information in high geometric and semantic quality for various cities and urban agglomerations around the world.
The first workshop of the EARSeL SIG “Urban Remote Sensing” in Berlin 2006 attracted approx. 130 participants. This was a strong indicator for the need of follow-up workshops on the topic in conjunction with other SIG`s dealing with high resolution data sets. Further very successful joint workshops followed then in 2008 (Bochum), 2010 (Ghent), 2012 (Mykonos), and 2014 (Warsaw).