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    Oral Presentation Guidelines for Authors and Presenters

    Oral Presentation Guidelines

    Presenting your work at SPIE Remote Sensing
    Please read the following guidelines and information to facilitate the successful delivery of your oral presentation. Give considerable thought to the design and preparation of your presentation so that it is effective and informative.

    Onsite Speaker Check-in
    Room Boston, Upper Level

    Venue Floor Plan
    See Programme PDF
    Pages 4 & 5

    Presentation Recording

    Presentation Recording SPIE Presentation Recording
    To provide the research community with enhanced access to information presented at SPIE conferences, SPIE will record the audio plus screen content of oral presentations and, with author permission only, will publish the recordings on the SPIE Digital Library. The contact author can change the permission to publish this recording at any time prior to publication by signing in to their SPIE Account.

    AV Equipment in meeting rooms

    A/V Equipment Each meeting room will be equipped with the following
    Screen and LCD Projector (aspect ratio 16:9; resolution 1920x1080)
    PC-Based Computer workstation with centralized presentation system. Please ensure to upload your presentation at least half a day before presenting.
    Lapel microphone (please wear to ensure audience comprehension)
    Sound connection from the computer workstation
    HDMI and mini-DP cables for presenting with your own device
    NOTE: Please bring any necessary adapters.
    1/8" mini-jack headphone-style audio cable for broadcasting your device's sound
    plugins Most recent versions of the following software and plug-ins will be available
    Microsoft Windows
    Microsoft Office
    Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader
    Media Player
    Adobe Flash Player
    Microsoft PowerPoint™
    Apple Quicktime

    PLEASE NOTE: There is no internet provided in any of the meeting rooms.

    Presenting using the meeting room computer

    file folder

    Audio and Video Links
    Presentations with audio and video links need to have the linked files in the same folder as the presentation file and the entire folder copied to the meeting room computer unless you are using your own laptop or similar device.

    Laser Pointer Safety

    laser pointer SPIE requires a Class II or Class IIIa red laser pointer from a reliable and credible manufacturer.
    SPIE Laser Pointers will be provided in all meeting rooms, and will be found at the presentation counter located near the front of the room.
    If you wish to use your own laser pointer you must have it tested at Speaker Check-In.
    Please be mindful when using any laser pointer device to keep it only pointed at the screen, and alert any persons standing or sitting anywhere near the pointers direction.
    In many states, it is a criminal misdemeanor to shine a laser pointer at individuals "who perceive they are at risk." Read further information about laser pointer safety.

    Meeting policies and your security

    Your Safety Your Safety
    SPIE is committed to providing a harassment- and discrimination-free experience for everyone at our meetings so that participants may exchange ideas, learn, network, and socialize in the company of colleagues in an environment of mutual respect. View SPIE Code of Conduct and Event Policies.
    Your Belongings Your Belongings
    Personal belongings such as briefcases, backpacks, coats, book bags, etc., should not be left unattended in meeting rooms or public areas. These items will be subject to removal by security upon discovery.
    Your Approval Your Material
    Due to copyright restrictions, strictly no recordings of any kind are permitted without prior written consent of the speaker in any conference session, short course, or posters session. Consent forms are available at the SPIE Registration Desk and anyone wishing to record must have a written consent form signed and filed for each speaker being recorded. Individuals not complying with this policy will be asked to leave a given session and asked to surrender their film or recording media.

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