RSPSoc 2017

I am currently on my way home from the RSPSoc 2017 Annual Conference, hosted this year by the Royal School of Mines at Imperial College London. I’ve only been to a single day ( Thursday) but it’s been a whirlwind of new information, technical discussions and catching up with colleagues. Some of the notable talks … More RSPSoc 2017

ICARES presentation

Back in mid-July I was lucky enough to be asked to present at a conference event linked to the ICARES project (see http://icaresproject.eu/#about). The conference was held in Ebbsfleet and involved a number of academics from around Europe, as well as businesses and other organisations – including Kent police. The aim of the ICARES project is … More ICARES presentation

Rasters Revealed

On Tuesday 21 Feb, Geoger hosted the inaugural Rasters Revealed one-day conference at Worcester College, Oxford. The conference was organised to try and pull together attendees from across different sectors to share and discuss their use of a common data-type, namely spatial raster grids. There were 57 attendees in total on the day which was a … More Rasters Revealed

Conference week

Last week Geoger attended two very interesting, but also very different, conferences. The first was FOSS4GUK 2016 (see http://uk.osgeo.org/foss4guk2016) held at the Ordnance Survey building in Southampton. If you are not aware of it, this is a 2-day conference on the use of free and open source software (FOSS) for geospatial (4G) processing, data handling and … More Conference week

Satellites for Agri-Food

The other week I went to a great event held in London at the Trade Union Congress building and hosted by Innovate UK. As stated on the event page: This event brings together leading Agriculture, Food and Space companies to understand the challenges in the agriculture and food sector and what satellites can do to help. Innovate … More Satellites for Agri-Food

Geospatial User Group

At the end of September, I attended the Geospatial User Group hosted by SterlingGeo.  I was only able to be there for one of the two days, but as with previous years it was a brilliant and excellently managed event. If you haven’t been then you should consider attending next year. It is a mix … More Geospatial User Group

RSPSoc TOPSIG session

I’m happy to confirm that there will be a TOPSIG (Technical and Operational Procedures Special Interest Group) session at the RSPSoc Annual Conference again this year. The session will be on Wednesday 3rd September at 11:00 and will include the following presentations: Alastair Graham: Openness in Remote Sensing Peter Bunting: Atmospheric Radiometric Correction of Satellite Imagery (ARCSI) – … More RSPSoc TOPSIG session