An impressive line-up of exhibitors awaits delegates to the UK National Earth Observation Conference (UKEO2022).
From industry, to funders, to research organisations, the range of showcases available at the National Space Centre Leicester from September 6th-8th, will represent the breadth and depth of UK expertise in Earth Observation and Photogrammetry.
Here is our guide to just some of the exhibitors and sponsors so far:
Pro-Lite is a supplier of specialist equipment and services with a technical focus in the following areas of photonics:
Instruments for measuring light and the optical properties of materials
Lasers and laser safety equipment
Opto-mechanics and nano-positioning equipment
Optics and optical materials
Spectroscopy and spectral imaging
As a membership organisation representing the UK Earth Observation (EO) community, Space4Climate will be prominent at UKEO2022, with a stand and a panel session on Day 1 entitled ‘Climate data, services and net zero actions’. Building on the COP26 Glasgow Climate Pact summaries, the session will highlight EO as an invaluable tool for climate action.
Visit the Space4Climate stand to find opportunities to collaborate with the UK Earth Observation community and find signposting to trusted, reliable climate data suited to your needs. The eye-catching Pufferfish digital display of UK EO expertise in climate action around the world will be a big draw on the stand, with visitors able to trace the application of climate data from space to communities on the ground, thanks to UK expertise.
With over 30 years’ experience in satellite-based Earth Observation, Airbus Defence and Space is Europe’s leading space systems and services specialist. It operates its own satellite constellation, works with other satellite operators and provides Earth Observation services including data management to customers worldwide across markets including maritime, agriculture and environmental monitoring.
Airbus is a recognised world leader in geo-information, successfully pooling unmatched access to Earth Observation satellite imagery. Airbus combines expertise in EO data management, analytics, EO data quality control and service management.
Telespazio UK has over 40 years’ experience in space applications and services, with expertise in satellite ground segments, data exploitation platforms, data quality assurance and industry-specific geoinformation services (including climate risk disclosure, flood monitoring and asset and infrastructure management).
Remote Sensing is a peer-reviewed, open access journal about the science and application of remote sensing technology, published semi-monthly online by MDPI. The Remote Sensing Society of Japan (RSSJ) and the Japan Society of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (JSPRS) are affiliated with Remote Sensing, and their members receive a discount on the article processing charge.
Remote Sensing (ISSN 2072-4292) publishes regular research papers, reviews, technical notes and communications covering all aspects of remote sensing science, from sensor design, validation /calibration, to its application in geosciences, environmental sciences, ecology and civil engineering. Our aim is to publish novel / improved methods / approaches and / or algorithms of remote sensing to benefit the community, open to everyone in need of them. There is no restriction on the length of the papers or colours used. The method / approach must be presented in detail so that the results can be reproduced. Moreover, authors are encouraged to submit their original codes/data as supplementary information for the paper.
The scope of Remote Sensing includes:
Multi-spectral and hyperspectral remote sensing
Microwave remote sensing
Lidar and laser scanning
Unmanned aerial vehicles
Satellite image processing and pattern recognition
Data fusion and data assimilation
Remote sensing applications
RAL Space is the UK National Space Laboratory advancing the understanding of space and environment for the benefit of all. In 2022 RAL Space celebrates 60 years in space during which time we have been involved in some of the major international science missions from the European Remote Sensing (ERS) satellite, carrying twin instruments developed by RAL Space which monitored sea surface temperature for two decades, to many of the major solar observing missions, and more recently, the James Webb Space Telescope which has just started its work to observe the universe.
The Centre for Environmental Data Analysis (CEDA) is based within the RAL Space Department of the Science and Technology Facilities Council (STFC). JASMIN is co-managed by CEDA and STFC’s Scientific Computing Department. CEDA serves the environmental science community through provision of:
CEDA Archive – a long term data archive
JASMIN – a data intensive supercomputer