Australian Earth Observation Group launches new site

By on 26 March, 2013

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The Australian Earth Observation Coordination Group is pleased to announce the official launch of its new website, located at www.aeocg.org.au.

This group has been formed to enable all of the people who collect and use earth observation data to have a forum to present and discuss their activities and define their needs for support from industry, academia and government.

This group is meant to span all disciplines, and provide an inclusive and collaborative resource to improve access to and use of earth observation data for Australia.

To get things started you are invited to:

  • visit the AEOCG website for more information about the group and planned activities,
  • take part in a national short-form survey on EOS data use and priority needs. Click here to take the survey.  Survey results will be used to inform the first AEOCG Whole of Community Meeting which will be held on 19 April 2013 by live webinar.

Feedback and questions on the new site are invited at aeocg@uq.edu.au

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