Remote Sensing & Photogrammetry in the News - July 2018

July 24, 2018

Space: supporting intelligent decision-making in Australia - Article on improving the Remote Sensing Infrastructure                              

Artificial Vintelligence: AI Gets Taste of Wine Industry – Consilium gets a mention for using remote sensing and AI to find vineyards

CSIRO/Novasat/EOA Announcement on SAR satellite - Advancing Australia’s Earth Observation – Imaging Radar Capacity – NovaSAR

SmartSat Cooperative Research Centre Bid Workshop

Queensland Announces Space Advisory Committee

The objectives of the group are to:

  • Guide development of Queensland’s space industry
  • Act as a sounding board for the creation and implementation of project initiatives that fit within the remit of the Queensland Aerospace 10-Year Roadmap and Action Plan
  • Provide expert advice on technical matters pertaining to the space industry.
  • The group is headed by the Queensland Government’s inaugural aerospace adviser, retired Air Vice-Marshal Neil Hart AM.

Spatial innovation for future generations: SSSI Queensland Conference 2018

The Democratic Republic of the Congo declared an outbreak of the Ebola virus in Equateur

Do we learn like machine learning algorithms do?

Can drones and satellites help improve global food security?

How We Used Deep Learning to Identify Solar Panels on 15 Million Buildings 

Job Vacancy

APS 6 - Professional Officer - Revegetation and Ecosystem Establishment - 21046 – HRMD

CLOSE DATE 15-Jul-2018 - 11:30 PM

Job Ref - 071_06/2018

$80,081 - $90,924

Heritage, Reef and Marine Division - Darwin, NT

Crowd Sourcing Event

#WithRefugees: A Look at the Refugee Crisis from Above, Africa

Tomnod is partnering with USA for UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, to use the power of satellite imagery and machine learning to improve shelter and protection for refugees living in camps around the world. This campaign maps 41 camps in Burundi, Rwanda, Malawi, Zambia, Rwanda, Uganda, South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the Central African Republic. We previously mapped camps in Bangladesh and Western Asia and will next map additional locations in Africa.

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