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Attracting over 800 delegates, SPIE Remote Sensing is THE European conference for scientists and researchers focusing on satellite-based imaging systems and data generated by them. Co-located with SPIE Security + Defence, the event gives delegates access to the most recent satellite-based imaging systems and the data generated by them, as well as a way to share that information within science, government, and industry.
Free Industry Session: 28 Sept
Learn more about the business side of remote sensing, defence and security at the free industry session, aimed at anyone – from engineers to CEOs – interested in business content. This year, CENSIS has worked with the UK Defence Solutions Centre on the agenda, bringing delegates together for a day of discussion and debate from a range of speakers including:
- Sir Brian Burridge, Senior VP, Finmeccanica UK
- Nigel Douglas, CEO, Global Surface Intelligence
- Graham Malcolm, CEO, M Squared Lasers
- Stephen Marshall, University of Strathclyde
- Jaime Reed, Head of R&D, Earth Observation, Navigation, and Science; Airbus Defence and Space
To register, please select ‘Exhibition Only’. This will give you free entry to the Industry Session but not to the main conference.
Exhibition: 27-28 Sept
The exhibition showcases the latest innovations in detection, imaging, sensing, lasers, and their supporting components and devices. Technologies and applications include:
- Satellites, satellite instrumentation and missions, Signal analysis: SAR & LIDAR, Adaptive optical systems, Image and signal processing, Hyperspectral Imaging
- Agriculture and hydrology, Oceans, sea ice and coastal waters, Atmosphere and clouds, Infrastructure and urban areas, Hazard prediction and mitigation, Planetary Exploration
Security + Defence
- Electro-optical systems, Infrared sources, detectors and sensors, LIDAR/LADAR, Millimetre and THz sensors, components and systems
- Unattended and unmanned vehicles, Contraband and counterfeit detection, Target detection and recognition, Biohazard and chemical sensing, Change detection
For more information on the conference, industry session and exhibition space, please visit the SPIE Remote Sensing website.