This three-day conference will take place between 6-8 September, at the National Space Centre, Leicester. The conference is designed around face-to-face presentations, posters, exhibitions, workshops and networking in an exciting venue for EO and space visualisations.
The conference will be focused around ‘Earth Observation Science – Technology in Action’. View the Conference Programme to see what is happening over the three days!
NCEO is an internationally leading UKRI-NERC research centre of over 100 scientists located at a number of UK universities and research organisations. NCEO provides NERC, the UK Research Council for environmental science, with national capability in Earth observation science – long-term strategic research capability for investigating the health of our planet through satellite instruments and critical datasets. NCEO provides delivery of support activities for the community including NERC EO facilities, EO Data Centres and computing, Space4Climate, SPAN, the UK GEO/CEOS Office and advisory functions for government and industry.
Satellite Applications Catapult (Catapult)
The Satellite Applications Catapult is at the heart of the satellite services revolution, driving take-up of space technology and applications to shape, and sustain, the world of tomorrow. We’re driven by how our actions help the organisations we work with, both large and small, bring new services to market. By connecting industry and academia we get new research off the ground and into the market more quickly. Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation (CEOI)
The CEOI was established in 2007 in order to realise an excellent, internationally competitive national Earth observation instrument and technology research and development programme. The CEOI is funded by the UK Space Agency with parallel technology investment from industry. Its key aim is to develop UK innovative technologies to observe Earth from space through the teaming of scientists and industrialists
Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society (RSPSoc)
RSPSoc is the UK’s leading learned Society for remote sensing and photogrammetry and their application to education, science, research, industry, commerce and the public service. As a charity, its remit is to inform and educate its members and the public. It supports networking between the university, business and government sectors. As an international society, RSPSoc is also active in Europe and on the world stage.