SSSI NSW Remote Sensing seminar

By on 21 January, 2014

Launched in 2002, Envisat is mammoth compared with other Earth observation satellites. It has a 26-meter cross section and weighs about 8,000 kilograms. Image courtesy of ESA.


SSSI NSW is holding its annual Remote Sensing & Earth Observation Fields Seminar in the Sydney CBD on Tuesday afternoon, 25 February 2014. This year’s theme is ‘What’s new in 2014?’

The seminar aims to bring together people who are working in the remote sensing and earth observation fields to hear how these professionals are using earth observation data for their applications, as well as some of the latest developments in processing of earth observation data.

Presentations will be made on a range of topics on the processing and derivation of information from earth observation data derived from satellite and aircraft. Time will be available for discussions and networking.

For more information, visit the SSSI NSW information page.

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