Remote Sensing Conference

The International Conference Remote Sensing - The Synergy of High Technologies will be held from 15 to 17 April 2009 in Altas Park-Hotel in the Moscow region. This conference, annually held by Sovzond, becomes more and more popular in the geoinformational community. The conference is by right positioned in the calendar of the most high-profile events in this industry since this event allows summarizing the year work and shaping further prospects of ERS market development.   The rampant development of the Earth remote sensing (ERS) sector quite naturally leads to ever-growing desire of specialists to share experience in application of... (read more)
2008-11-24 10:21:55

Textbook on Remote Sensing

Goldin-Rudahl Systems has announced that their new textbook, Learning Remote Sensing Using Dragon/ips and OpenDragon, is now available from Amazon and other booksellers. Learning Remote Sensing provides a hands-on introduction to core concepts and operations in remote sensing image analysis and raster GIS. The book combines simple, clear explanations of RS/GIS principles with practical exercises that allow students to experiment with remotely sensed image data and to observe the results of various processing techniques. Although the book is valuable as a stand-alone text, it will be most effective when used in conjunction with the free OpenDragon system or the more... (read more)
2010-10-26 09:03:06

International Remote Sensing Survey

Global Marketing Insights, Inc. (OH, USA) has completed the study entitled ‘Survey and Analysis of Remote Sensing Market, Aerial and Spaceborne’ and delivered the final report to the U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Satellite and Information Service Division. NOAA has accepted the final report and posted it as a PDF for downloading by the public at their website. The NOAA Satellite and Information Service Division contracted Global Marketing Insights to conduct a research study of the international remote sensing market as it relates to aerial and satellite data technologies. Global Marketing Insights created a series of extensive online... (read more)
2006-01-17 12:00:00

Remote Sensing Image Processing Software

Please read the contents of this article in the Product Survey  section. (read more)
2010-06-07 04:30:51

Remote Sensing Project in Greece

GEOSYSTEMS HELLAS, Greece , is collaborating with the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania (MAICh) and e-GEOS on a three-month project. This project exploits high-resolution imagery in ERDAS products, enabling users to minimise their pre-processing requirements and utilise sophisticated product capabilities to deliver intelligence and highly accurate terrain, feature and image products. Previously, remote sensing of the Greek island of Crete has proven to be a challenge for most satellite sensors, due to the island's highly variable landscape of plains, plateaus and three major mountain ranges. This project will evaluate the ability to remotely sense this region with the enhanced spectral... (read more)
2010-12-24 10:46:00

DigitalGlobe Sponsor Remote Sensing Congress

DigitalGlobe will act as a platinum sponsor of the IV International conference "Remote sensing - the synergy of high technologies". Annually organized by Sovzond company conference will be held on 14th to 16th April 2010 near Moscow city, Russia. DigitalGlobe is a global provider of commercial, high-resolution, world imagery products and services. The company is an operator of WorldView-2, WorldView-1 and QuickBird satellites, which supply imagery of 0.46*, 0.50 and 0.60m spatial resolution respectively. At 2009 year-end it was announced that DigitalGlobe Company was one of 500 fastest growing technology companies of North America. After launching WorldView-2 satellite in 2009... (read more)
2010-02-19 12:00:00

Remote Sensing for Carbon Calculation

British satellite imaging company DMC International Imaging (DMCii) has demonstrated its Technology Strategy Board-supported project which has developed a ground-breaking new system to calculate carbon - one of the most prominent greenhouse gases affecting global warming - from Earth Observation (EO) data. The Remote Sensing for Carbon (RSC) system has been developed with project partners Rezatec, carbon intelligence providers, and University College London (UCL), world-renowned remote sensing and carbon sequestration researchers, under the leadership of satellite operator and remote sensing solution provider DMCii. It delivers scientifically validated carbon market intelligence data which will help organisations in their efforts to reduce... (read more)
2014-05-23 09:04:07
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