Remote Sensing Technologies for Earth Observation – Wednesday 20th March 2013
Final Review for the CEOI 5th Open Call held on behalf of the UK Space Agency
The Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation (CEOI) is pleased to invite you to its Technology Projects Review Day, held on behalf of the UK Space Agency, when 19 CEOI funded projects will be presented. These projects are nearing completion and cover a broad range of technologies, instruments and missions important for future Earth observation from space.
Held at BMA House in London near Euston/Kings Cross on Wednesday 20th March, this event will provide an overview of the 19 remote sensing technology projects and enable insights into how some of these technology areas may offer potential opportunities for Earth observation, other space missions and terrestrial applications.
The project technologies are relevant to a wide-range of industries, including defence, security, medical, energy, analytical instrumentation, environment, agriculture, robotics. They include
• passive microwave instrument and technology development
• manufacturing techniques for lightweight optical mirrors
• innovative spectrometers for measuring trace gases and air quality
• low-cost fire monitoring from space
• high quality calibration of radiometers
• space-based radar technologies and missions
The format for this one day event will include presentations on all the projects. The full programme can be downloaded via the link below.
For further information and to reserve a place, please go to the CEOI website