The Canadian Remote Sensing Society’s (CRSS) 40th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing will be held From June 4th to the 6th in Fredericton, New Brunswick at the University of New Brunswick campus. This year they will co-host the event with the Canadian Institute of Geomatics (CIG) Geomatics Atlantic Conference.
40th Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing
The Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing is a national event that brings together experts in any fields related to Earth Observation and Geomatics Atlantic is New Brunswick’s largest Geomatics conference and trade show. The Conference provides an opportunity to present scientific and technological advances or to see first-hand the latest advances in remote sensing.
The symposium will highlight new and advanced remote sensing data acquisition, processing, and applications in water and food security, environmental sustainability, and public health under climate change and anthropogenic activities.
With pre-symposium summer school, post-conference ISPRS workshop, technical sessions, keynote and panel discussions, and the exhibition floor, attendees will have many learning and networking opportunities, while enjoying the beautiful City of Fredericton on the Saint John River.
They expect more than 250 participants and over 50 speakers to participate. Thematic sessions will be presented on the North, agriculture, mining, ocean and coastal, resources management, sustainable development, forestry, urban, Advanced SAR innovation and research, EO data mining and machine learning, drones uses, and public safety and health.
A Mapathon will take place at the University of New Brunswick on Sunday, June 2 and an ISPRS Workshop on Modelling and Managing Geospatial Data will take place after the event on June 7.
For more information about this conference, check out the information available on the web page
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