The Wavelength meeting was launched in 2013 for PhD students and early career researchers, addressing the demand for representation of new professionals as well as students from RSPSoc — the UK society for remote sensing and photogrammetry science.
Every year, Wavelength gathers participants from student and early career levels, as well as senior members and individuals within academia and business. The conference offers a setting to present student and EC work and meet new, like-minded contacts.
The 2024 conference will be run in a hybrid format, to accommodate those who can and those who cannot travel to Worcester.
The International Association of the IEEE-Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS), the IEEE-Computational Intelligence Society (CIS) and the local organising committee invite geospatial and computing professionals to attend the International Conference on Machine Intelligence for GeoAnalytics and Remote Sensing (MIGARS) to be held in Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand in April 2024.
MIGARS aims to explore the interface of machine intelligence approaches with geosciences, spatial analytics, and remote sensing. With the tremendous developments in remote sensing technology, data acquisitions and sensing platforms, digital data have grown leaps and bounds to stream and are too big by volume, variety, and veracity. The challenge is handling, processing, and automating geo-data from various sources, such as multi-platform remote sensors and IoT devices, informing decision-making and monitoring our planet.
The conference will focus on connecting researchers from various disciplines, including computation/artificial intelligence, engineering, remote sensing, hydrology, agriculture and geosciences, and look for the potential use of intelligent computational approaches for geo-data-based applications and for serving society at large.
The Philippines will host the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Technical Commission V (TC V) Symposium with the theme, ‘Insight to Foresight via Geospatial Technologies,’ from 6 to 8 August 2024 in Manila.
The three-day event will feature plenary and parallel sessions, exhibits, poster presentations and business meetings, and aims to inspire new methods of teaching/learning, collaboration, and promotion of accessible and easy-to-use geospatial data among engage professionals, educators and tertiary students.
ISPRS TC V focuses on the capacity building of professionals, educators and students, and in developing cost-effective teaching methods. These include distance learning programs, international collaborations on sharing web-based resources, and curricula development that meets regional needs.
- Deadline for submission of full papers for annals & abstracts for archives: 15 March 2024
- Notification of paper acceptance: 15 April 2024
- Early registration: 15 May 2024
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The second Advancing Earth Observation Forum will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre. The five-day event will attract delegates across a broad spectrum of applications, sensors and interests, including industry, research, defence, government, students and end-users.
The biennial Forum was created to enable the Earth observation (EO) community to communicate, coordinate, collaborate and collectively assess the state of EO in the Australian and Asia-Pacific region.
AEO24 will build on the momentum generated at the inaugural AEO Forum held in Brisbane in 2022, bringing together all sectors involved in EO to propel the sector forward to meet the growing international demand for EO.
The international photogrammetry and remote sensing community will gather in Perth in October 2024 for the mid-term symposium of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS) Technical Commission IV: Spatial Information Science.
The ISPRS is a non-governmental organisation devoted to the development of international cooperation for the advancement of photogrammetry and remote sensing and their applications.
The Geospatial Council of Australia is the Australian member of ISPRS, with Australia’s Professor Sisi Zlatanova appointed Chair of ISPRS Technical Commission IV.
The symposium will provide a forum for researchers and practitioners to come together and share their work and ideas, discuss opportunities and challenges, exchange developments or software tools, and discuss future directions.
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