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21 - 25 September 2020
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SPIE Remote Sensing Digital Forum 2020 - we thank you for participating

SPIE Remote Sensing Digital Forum 2020

Thank you for joining your colleagues online.
We know we all missed attending the in-person conference in Edinburgh, but thanks to your enthusiastic participation over 1,880 academics, researchers, engineers, and scientists were able to connect online during the Digital Forum. Amazing research in earth observation, next generation satellites, atmospheric propagation, and imaging analytics was shared, products were demonstrated, and networking discussions had - thanks to your continued commitment to advancing science.

Remember, if you registered for the Digital Forum, you now have ongoing access to the conference content on the SPIE Digital Library. You can continue to review video presentations for both authors and exhibitors, posters, Plenary sessions, and manuscripts. Just sign in to your SPIE account to start accessing program content.

Here's hoping we are all back in-person next year. 
Until then, stay safe and continue the good work.
1,884 people registered


Mark your calendars:
13 - 16 September 2021
in Madrid, Spain 

Call for Papers opens
November 2020

Browse conferences, watch pre-recorded presentations, then network within the associated Slack channels.
Watch the live plenary session of your choice. Ask questions in Slack.
Choose from a variety of conference networking discussion sessions.
Watch product videos and meet up with exhibitors online within Slack.
2020 SPIE President
John Greivenkamp
welcomes you to the
Remote Sensing Digital Forum

Remote Sensing 2020 Symposium Chairs

Karsten Schulz

Karsten Schulz

Fraunhofer Institute of Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation IOSB (Germany)
2020 Symposium Chair
Lorenzo Bruzzone

Lorenzo Bruzzone 

Univ. degli Studi di Trento (Italy)
2020 Symposium Co-chair

Malcom MacDonald

Malcom Macdonald

Univ. of Strathclyde (United Kingdom)
2020 Symposium Co-chair

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