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OGC seeks public comment on candidate 3D Portrayal Service Standard

Jan 28, 2015
GISCafe.com
The last decade has seen an explosion of terrain data and detailed 3D models of the built environment. Work is ongoing to address the need for interoperability, volume, access speed, and diversity of devices. read more…

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3D Robotics Launches DroneEDU to Unleash the Power of Drone Tech in the Classroom

Jan 29, 2015
GISCafe.com
3D Robotics (3DR) today launched its new DroneEDU program, offering free and discounted drone hardware, along with sponsorships, classroom support and partnerships, to assist students, teachers and schools read more…

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Innovative Lidar and Imaging Solutions Conference

Jan 30, 2015
GISCafe.com
Taking place on June 9-12 in the heart of Toronto, ILSC 2015 is a forum for the entire remote sensing community to share the latest applications, techniques, and best practices for lidar and imaging technologies. read more…

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Satellite Remote Sensing Training for Biological Oceanographers

May 29 – June 12, 2015
The goal of the course is to teach participants the basic skills needed to work independently to acquire, analyze and visualize data sets derived from a variety of satellite sensors. read more…

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SPLIT REMOTE SENSING SUMMER SCHOOL 2015

Location: Thessaloniki, Greece
Date: 20 – 22 May 2015
Registration is open from Feb 01 2015 to May 01 2015. read more…

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Pavia 2015 International Summer School

Week of July 19th
The “Pavia 2015 International Summer School” on “Data Fusion for Risk Mapping” is the fifth in a series of International Summer Schools on Data Fusion held in Pavia, Italy, following the first edition in 2011 on “Data Fusion and High Performance…

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Sentinel-3 for Science Workshop

Submission Deadline: Feb 8, 2015
Venice, Italy, from 02 to 05 June 2015
The outcome of this workshop will help to further shape the next generation of R&D activities in the frame of ESA’s Earth Observation Programme. read more…

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Five New Space Missions Observe Earth

Jan 27, 2015
Voice of America
The new SMAP satellite will join four others in what has been the U.S. space agency’s busiest 12-month period in more than a decade. read more…

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NASA’s new soil moisture satellite could improve forecasts

Jan 27, 2015
ScienceMag.org
NASA’s new Soil Moisture Satellite (SMAP) will generate a global map of soil moisture every 2 to 3 days, helping improve weather forecasts, flood forecasts, and drought monitoring. read more…

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Research Leader positions at the Danish Meteorological Institute

Due Jan 26, 2015
Danish Meteorological Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark
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