The Institution of Engineering and Technology seminar on Earth Observation Satellites 30 November 2009: IET London: Savoy Place


The seminar on Earth Observation Satellites will examine challenges faced by manufacturers of Earth Observation satellites, experiences of operators, the views of end-users and the future of Earth Observation technology. It will provide a platform for satellite engineers to discuss their latest ideas, work in progress and research into solutions.

Register your place and submit your poster proposal at THEIET

It’s all go for the Earth Observation seminar!

This one day seminar will look at challenges faced by manufacturers of Earth Observation satellites, experiences of operators of Earth Observation satellites, the views of end-users of the products generated and collated by Earth Observation satellites and the future of Earth Observation technology.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr Chris Chaloner, Systems Development Executive, Aero-Space Division, Systems Engineering & Assessment Ltd, UK
  • Dr Arwyn Davies, Director, Natural Environment Research Council and Earth Observation,Natural Environment Research Council
  • Dave Hodgson, Chair, British Association of Remote Sensing Companies
  • Professor Mick Johnson, Director, Centre for Earth Observation Instrumentation
  • Chris Mutlow, ATSR-1 Principal Investigator and ATSR-2 Project Scientist, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory
  • Dr David Williams, Director General, British National Space Centre

View the full programme
Registration

Please visit our event website to check out the full programme, register your place and submit your latest Earth Observation work for consideration as a poster – the deadline for abstracts is Monday, 12 October. Find out more online at THEIET for more information.

QUICK LINKS
Register online
Download the brochure
Download the abstract submission template
Submit your poster proposal:zsquires@theiet.org
Phone us: +44 (0) 1438 765 657
Email us: eventscs1@theiet.org
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The Institution of Engineering and Technology is registered as a Charity in England & Wales (no 211014) and Scotland (no SC038698).



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