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Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Newsletter

The twenty-first edition of the Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Newsletter has now been published and can be viewed by clicking here

RS&P Newsletter Edition 20, February 2018

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RS&P Newsletter Edition 17, May 2017

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Conference Reports by Members

39th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing | Kuala Lumpur | October 2018 | Bruce Forster

38th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing | New Delhi | October 2017 | Bruce Forster

56th Photogrammetric Week (PhoWo) | Germany | September 2017 | John Trinder

37th International Symposium on the Remote Sensing of the Environment | South Africa | May 2017 | John Trinder

Low Cost 3D Workshop | Germany | December 2014 | Petra Helmholz and David Belton

54th Photogrammetric Week (PhoWo) | Germany | September 2013 | John Trinder

International Conference on Computer and Robot Vision | Canada | May 2013 | Abdul Nurunnabi

Joint Workshop of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing | Germany | May 2013 | Antje Thiele and Petra Helmholz

International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing/GEO Workshop on High Resolution Global Land Cover Mapping | China | April 2013 | John Trinder

35th International Symposium on the Remote Sensing of the Environment | China | April 2013 | John Trinder

Latest RS+P News

CubeSat to lift veil on our environment

CubeSat to lift veil on our environment's extremes

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, announced  on 5 December 2018 that it would be extending its Earth observation capabilities by acquiring Australia’s first CubeSat designed to detect invisible infrared light.

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  QLD launches local space race

QLD launches local space race

Australia has made its first commercial rocket launch with a craft sent skyward from rural Queensland.

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CSIRO INVESTS $35M IN FUTURE OF SPACE AND AI FOR AUSTRALIA

CSIRO INVESTS $35M IN FUTURE OF SPACE AND AI FOR AUSTRALIA

Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, is investing $35M in frontier research in Space Technology and Artificial Intelligence.

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