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    SPIE Space, Satellites + Sustainability

    SPIE S3 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, and engineers were able to connect online during the Digital Forum.

    Amazing research in newly operational satellite systems providing new sensors supporting sustainability, the processing of big satellite data, and novel analytics was shared, products were demonstrated, and networking discussions had - thanks to your continued commitment to advancing science.

    The 2020 Conference Chairs

    We face a climate crisis, with associated widespread losses of natural ecosystems and biodiversity. In 2015 in Paris, global leaders agreed on 17 sustainable development goals and 169 associated targets to be met by 2030. Satellites provide a unique ability to support sustainable development with scaled analyses.

    Access research on the latest satellite sensors and applications supporting sustainability.

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    2020 Symposium Chair 

    Murray Collins  
    Univ. of Edinburgh 
    (United Kingdom)

     

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    2020 Symposium Chair 

    Callum Norrie 
    Space Network Scotland
    (United Kingdom)

     

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    2020 Organising Co-Chair

    Kristina Tamane  
    Univ. of Edinburgh 
    (United Kingdom)

     

     

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