Edinburgh International Conference Centre Edinburgh,
United Kingdom 26 - 29 September 2016
SPIE Remote Sensing 2016 in Edinburgh
Plan to participate at SPIE Remote Sensing2016 - the event that offers engineers, scientists, programme managers and policy makers access to the latest developments in earth observing systems, technologies and applications. Co-located with SPIE Secuirty + Defence.
Regional centres of excellence including the UK Quantum Technology Hub for imaging and sensing (Quantic) at the University of Glasgow, the Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications at Strathclyde University, the Scottish innovation centre for sensor and imaging systems (CENSIS) in Glasgow, and the UK Met Office in Aberdeen specializing in marine meteorology
High tech companies including M Squared Lasers, Coherent, PowerPhotonic Ltd and Clyde Space
Edinburgh, a beautiful and historic coastal setting.
Hyperspectral Sensing - with Virtual Programme Tracks throughout
In Memoriam: Manfred Owe Conference Chair and Senior Scientist Emeritus at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
The 2016 Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology Conference will be dedicated to honoring Manfred Owe, former conference chair and conference committee member. Through his decade-long involvement from 2000 to 2009, Manfred made considerable contributions to the success of the event. We will greatly miss our dear friend and colleague.
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SPIE Remote Sensing is co-located with SPIE Security + Defence. Collaborate on topics of mutual interest with your peers at these premier events.