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Centre for EO Instrumentation Challenge Workshop

Following the ISIC-Surrey EO Workshop last year – we are planning a number of further EO related sessions this coming year.

ISIC-Surrey are suporting a CEOI (Centre for EO Instrumentation) Challenge Workshop in conjunction with SWIRL and SetSquared on the 8 March 2012 entitled ‘Water Views from Space’ – to be held at the University of Reading.

This Challenge workshop will explore the science drivers and technology needs for future space based observations of water. The workshop’s goal is to bring together EO scientists, instrumentation developers with potential users to enable developers to gain an improved understanding of user needs and users to become aware of new measurement possibilities.

Download more details here – Agenda

If you are interested in attending please register direct with Kirstie Hatcher (k.hatcher@surrey.ac.uk).

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