The Final Report for our EPA funded project with UCC; the Irish Land Mapping Observatory, ILMO, is now available.


I’m speaking at the Institute of Engineers on the use satellite tech in farming as part of Space week. Its a free event and there 3 other (far more interesting) speakers:

Project Management and Young Engineers Society

in Association with Cooney Architects and i3PT Certification Present:

Architecture & Engineering in Space “

Venue – 22 Clyde Rd, Ballsbridge, Dublin

Date – Tuesday10th October 2017

Time – 17:30 to 20:00


An evening of international and national expert talks focusing on the links between the Engineering, Architecture and space exploration. What type of space suit performs best in space? How engineers are designing systems so settlers can survive on arrival? Engineering pushes the boundaries of what is possible and Space Architects designs the environments that will be inhabited in outer space. Come along and learn more!

Event Outline

17.30 – Introduction and welcome

17.35 – Stuart Green – Copernicus for Agricultural Applications in Ireland

17:55 – Dr Niamh Shaw – Walking slowly towards Space

18.20 – Dava Newman – A better built Space Suit

18:40 – Gui Trotto – Pushing Human Limits to the Extreme

19:10 – Interactive Q&A session


ESA post doc

Very Nice Post Doc o offer from ESA


Internal Research Fellow (PostDoc) in Earth Observation Exponential Technologies

ESRIN, Frascati, Italy

More detail here

Talking to farmers about drone technology in the Teagasc Stand at the National ploughing Festival:

RS webinar

Niamh O’Keeffe of Mallon passes on information on an upcoming webinar:



On a new FME workflow platform  with built in access to 150+ satellite image sources

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