The 36th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing will be held 19-23 October 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Manila Galleria in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
ACRS is one of the largest remote sensing conferences in Asia. In 2014, more than 400 participants attended ACRS, which was held in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
ACRS 2015 will bring together students, researchers, scientists, engineers, policy makers, professionals and practitioners from developed and developing countries from and around Asia to share insights into the challenges and opportunities of remote sensing and related geospatial technologies in building resiliency and encouraging economic growth and development.
The conference will specifically focus on how remote sensing can help build resiliency to natural disasters and to strengthen capabilities to adapt to stress and change.
The conference aligns with Visit the Philippines Year, when the country will be holding an increased number of festivities and cultural events.
There is a call for entries across topics including new generation sensors and applications, remote sensing applications, geographic information system (GIS), GPS and photogrammetry. Abstract submissions will close 1 July 1 2015.
For further information, visit the ACRS 2015 website.