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NCEO and CEOI Joint Annual Science Conference

The National Centre for Earth Observation (NCEO) and the Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation (CEOI) invite you to a residential conference to showcase Earth Observation science and technology. The conference will take place at the University of Bath, with en-suite accommodation in Bath University’s Quads hall of residence and will showcase the latest science results […]

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Next Generation Copernicus Space Survey

The European Commission is responsible for establishing the future evolution for the Copernicus Programme Space Component. To support and feed into this process, the Space Data unit of DG GROW is gathering user requirements for the Next Generation Copernicus Space Component and has launched a survey aimed, at gathering long-term needs of users of satellite […]

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New satellite data centre hosted at Portsmouth

The University of Portsmouth is to host a new centre of excellence for satellite data, which will promote economic growth in the UK’s space sector. The centre will allow the south coast business community to tap into satellite technology that could improve their products and services, for example, developing technology to help robot submarines use […]

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BARSCuddle Agenda Confirmed

Wednesday 28th October 2015 15.00 – 17.30 The Geological Society Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1J 0BD The objective of the BARSCuddle is to enable BARSC members to come together and better understand the business ambitions of all the other members with a view to exploring opportunities of fostering future collaborative working between member companies. Please […]

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RSPSoc, NCEO and CEOI-ST Joint Annual Conference 2015

This year, for the first time, the RSPSoc, NERC NCEO and CEOI-ST communities will be brought together in one large, exciting conference focused around the European Commission and ESA’s Copernicus programme. The theme for this year’s conference is ‘Earth Observation in the Sentinel Era’. This year will be a remarkable year in Earth observation history […]

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EARSC Earth Observation Industry Certification Scheme

EARSC has announced the launch of their Earth Observation (EO) Industry Certification Scheme which is designed to provide companies with a management certification specifically adapted to the EO services industry. The Scheme is intended to help companies offering services based on satellite Earth Observation data to instill greater confidence within their customers. It is applicable […]

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Optimising the benefits of environmental observation for the UK

GO-Science has asked the Royal Society to run a 6-month project to produce a report on ‘Optimising the benefits of environmental observation for the UK’ that Sir Martin Sweeting has agreed to Chair and is being over seen by a Core Group of experts. The project will cover five thematic areas (air, land and freshwater, […]

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EARSC Networking Event

Horizon 2020 EO Services 25th September 2014 EARSC Research Workshop: This EARSC event will be an occasion to find partners to work together in the next round of H2020 calls. Participants will learn more about the next round of calls and information on the instruments and legalities of the space research programme. It will be […]

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DMCii increases downlink capacity with Svalbard ground station facilities

DMC International Imaging (DMCii) has signed an agreement with Kongsberg Satellite Services (KSAT) that will increase the volume of imagery acquired and the speed in which it can be delivered. The new facilities in Svalbard have allowed DMCii to receive 30% more data from day one, with the scope for significant further expansion in the […]

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Innovations in Remote Sensing Event

The Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation (CEOI) is hosting ‘Innovations in Remote Sensing’ on January 23rd 2013. This event will provide a great opportunity to catch up with the latest Earth observation instrumentation technologies, as well as highlighting potential areas for licensing, collaboration or supply. The CEOI has a vision to develop and strengthen UK […]

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JOINING BARSC

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About BARSC

The British Association of Remote Sensing Companies (BARSC) was established in 1985, and represents the interests of all those involved in remote sensing activities, from major companies to SMEs and independent consultants. The Association Objectives are:
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To conserve, promote and protect the interests of, and encourage co-operation between, all UK companies, partnerships and individuals offering and undertaking consulting and contracting services in the field of remote sensing.
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To ensure that the interests of the Members of the Association are fully represented in all national, international and government committees which may exist and exert influence on the spheres of interest of Members.
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To liaise with Government departments, academic institutions and other similar bodies when undertaking contractual remote sensing activities in the operation of the professional and commercial services provided by Members.
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To encourage international funding and executing Agencies or organisations instigating remote sensing projects overseas to co-operate with BARSC and its Members.
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To provide a forum for representations to government and other appropriate bodies in connection with overseas trade visits and exhibitions.
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Do all such other things as may be conducive to the attainment of the above objectives