Expected to attract over 1,000 delegates, SPIE Remote Sensing is the major European conference for scientists and researchers focusing on satellite-based imaging systems and data generated by them.
The conference is co-located this year with SPIE Security + Defence and SPIE Optical System Design – Europe’s leading Symposium and Exhibition on optical design, thin films, detectors, signal processing and metrology.
SPIE Remote Sensing 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.
This year, nine conference topics will cover:
|•||Agriculture, ecosystems, and hydrology|
|•||Ocean, sea ice, coastal waters, and large water regions|
Sensors, systems, and next-generation satellites
Clouds and the atmosphere
|•||Environmental effects on light propagation and adaptive systems|
|•||Microwave remote sensing: data processing and applications|
|•||Image and signal processing|
|•||Environmental remote sensing/GIS|
Running alongside the conference, an exhibition will showcase the latest innovations in detection, imaging, sensing, lasers, and their supporting components and devices.
CENSIS is pleased to confirm its continued support as Cooperating Organisation at SPIE Remote Sensing.
For more information on the conference, industry session and exhibition space, please visit the SPIE Remote Sensing website.