Earth Observation Showcase – Emerging Applications Powered by Innovative Technologies

 

Address:

Satellite Applications Catapult
Fermi Ave
Harwell Campus
OX11 0QR

Start:

26/10/2017 - 10:00 am

End:

26/10/2017 - 4:00 pm

The Satellite Applications Catapult and the Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation (CEOI) will be hosting a joint technology showcase workshop aiming to foster links between cutting-edge Earth Observation (EO) instrumentation specialists and users of both the data and downstream applications coming from these technologies.

The workshop will focus on the changing EO landscape from both an upstream and a downstream perspective, looking at current and upcoming technologies and applications, and considering market trends and how these might evolve by 2030.

Objectives

  • Provide delegates with a clear overview of the Earth Observation chain from upstream sensors through technology integration and data to downstream applications
  • Showcase the state of the art in EO technology including Copernicus, Earth Observation constellations enabled by small-satellites and EO data analysis trends.
  • Present emerging technologies and enabled applications
  • Foster knowledge-sharing, enabling the development of new market-facing EO technologies.

Agenda

Click here to see the draft agenda.

1:1 Sessions

We will be running 1:1 sessions with a range of speakers from the day. More information on who will be available to meet will be available nearer the day. Please indicate on your registration whether you would like us to email you with this information.

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