Webinar on partnerships for Earth Observation

By on 30 March, 2022

Image courtesy NASA GSFC

The Advancing Earth Observation Forum will conduct a webinar tomorrow, Thursday, 31 March, covering the ways in which Australia’s Earth observation capabilities can be strengthened through the involvement of both government and SMEs.

Taking examples from diverse sectors, the webinar will explore models for SME/government partnerships that not only meet the working and operational requirements of all parties, but also support best practice deliverables.

There is universal agreement that SMEs will be important in the growth and development of Australian Earth observation. The webinar will provide a platform to start a wider conversation about the practical aspects of realising the potential within our start-up and SME community.

Register for the webinar here.

This is the third in a series of webinars leading up to the Advancing Earth Observation Forum (AEO 2022) to be held in Brisbane from 22 to 25 August 2022.

AEO 2022 will featured focused plenaries, interactive panels, poster and workshop sessions to interest and engage end-users, industry, researchers, government, analysts, start-up companies, educators and students.

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