Remote Sensing to Improve Water Management Planning

Aqua Enviro’s conference on Remote Sensing for Catchment Management, taking place on 1 May at the Leeds Club in Leeds, UK, will focus on presenting a range of applications from catchment and asset management to more unusual applications such as archaeology, which is of regulatory relevance to the water and environmental sectors. Remote sensing offers water companies a new way to improve planning in water management. The images provide previously invisible detail that can be applied to a range of uses in water catchment and asset management. In spite of the advances of remote sensing technology, its potential has not... (read more)
2014-04-17 09:07:26

Merrick Releases Remote Sensing Software Suite

Merrick & Company, specialised in Lidar, digital orthophotography, hyperspectral imaging and geographic information systems (GIS) data integration, has launched Version 2017 of the Merrick Advanced Remote Sensing (MARS) software suite. The MARS software suite provides comprehensive support for Lidar point cloud visualisation, data management, automated data processing, Lidar quality control and geospatial data production. The newest version of MARS provides many software enhancements and new features, which improve LAS 1.4 data throughput and application usability. This release focuses on significant improvements to the QC Module to include automated reporting for the USGS NGP Lidar Base Specification Version 1.2, including a very... (read more)
2017-04-19 04:44:48

Remote Sensing - Synergie of High Technologies

Organizer of the 3rd International Conference "Remote Sensing - the Synergy of High Technologies", Sovzond Company, is still taking registrations for Conference, to be held from 15 to 17 April 2009 in Atlas Park-Hotel near Moscow. Early bird registration expires by 31 January 2009.   Main topics of the forthcoming conference are Up to date technologies and development trends of Russian and foreign Earth remote sensing programs; Software systems, technologies and solutions for data processing from leading international and Russian developers; Applications of remote sensing data for different fields; Hits and misses while project implementation using satellite imagery and GIS;... (read more)
2009-01-27 09:44:16

Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency Signs RADARSAT-2 Deal

MDA’s Information Systems group has signed a contract with the Malaysian Remote Sensing Agency (MRSA) to provide RADARSAT-2 information that will be used to support a number of applications, such as agriculture monitoring and natural disaster response. MRSA has been using RADARSAT information to support various applications since 2003. MRSA has been utilising the recent access to RADARSAT-2 information to aid in the search of the missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370.  The RADARSAT-2 satellite has global high-resolution surveillance capabilities that include a large collection capacity, high accuracy and wide-area coverage that is extremely useful in imaging the vast tracts of... (read more)
2014-03-27 10:11:36

Experts to Train in Agricultural GIS, Remote Sensing

Yemeni agricultural experts will be called to a training course in Egypt on the use of geographical information system and remote sensing. The date for the course has not yet been determined. Under a cooperation agreement signed by Yemen and Egypt last week, senior agriculture officials of both countries signed the agreement to shore up the bilateral exchange of expertise on agricultural research, post-harvest techniques, growing greenhouse crops and integrated management of the environment and water resources. The two sides agreed on enforcing the recommendations of the joint agricultural committee made during its Cairo meeting on September 1998. The committee... (read more)
2005-04-28 12:00:00

NASA Award Recognises Air Force Remote-Sensing Programme

NASA and the US Department of the Interior presented the 2010 William T. Pecora group award to the US Air Force Eagle Vision program Tuesday 15th February 2011 at a Pentagon ceremony. Eagle Vision was recognised for contributions in the United States and abroad to homeland security, humanitarian aid and natural disaster recovery efforts.   The programme consists of five ground stations capable of retrieving real-time satellite imagery from numerous commercial Earth-observing satellites to deliver time-critical precision images to support US global crisis response. The ground stations are deployable worldwide. The award was presented to James G. Clark, Air Force... (read more)
2011-02-17 12:00:00
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