IEOS2014 – 30th and 31st October 2014. Registration now open, second call for abstracts announced and limited exhibition spaces remaining. – Registration is now open for the 8th Irish Earth Observation Symposium. Please visit http://ieos2014.com/ for more info on how to book your place. – The abstract deadline has been extended – abstracts (maximum 300 words) can be submitted as a word document or pdf to the conference organising committee at email@example.com up until 5pm on the 30th September. Please indicate whether you wish to be considered for an oral or poster submission, and include your full contact details. Postgraduate students are particularly encouraged to attend, and there will be prizes for the best oral and poster presentations from postgraduate students. – There is a limited number of exhibitor spaces remaining, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if your company is interested in finding out more. Regards, IEOS 2014 Committee
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8th Irish Earth Observation Symposium 2014 http://ieos2014.com/
First call for abstracts – closing date 5pm, Friday September 19th 2014
The theme of the symposium is “New opportunities in Earth Observation”. Abstracts (maximum 300 words) can be submitted as a word document or pdf to the conference organising committee at email@example.com. Please indicate whether you wish to be considered for an oral or poster submission, and include your full contact details. Postgraduate students are particularly encouraged to attend, and there will be prizes for the best oral and poster presentations from postgraduate students.
Teagasc & the RDS have been running a series of lectures on Global Issues around Food security. The last of these is Next Tuesday 1st of July, in the Mansion House at 6.30pm where minister of ag Simon Coveney will talk on “Ireland’s Response to Global Grand Challenges in Agriculture & Food”. Its a topic very relevant to the EO community as climate and food are the main divers in new EO applications from Copernicus and the context for much of the RS funding coming down the line.
To resister for the free event got to:
KOREC on the 3rd of April is holding breakfast meeting at the Titanic venue in Belfast, you will be able to see the latest surveying innovations from Trimble. The day will start at 8.30 with a hearty breakfast.
After breakfast, there will be presentations on the Trimble R10 GNSS Receiver, Trimble S8 Robotic Total Station and the brand new, highly anticipated Trimble V10 Imaging Rover ( http://www.trimble.com/Survey/Trimble-V10-Imaging-Rover.aspx ).
The Trimble V10 Imaging Rover with Trimble VISION™ technology is an integrated camera system that precisely captures 360-degree digital panoramas for efficient visual documentation and measurement of the surrounding environment.
As a complete system solution, the Trimble V10 enables you to capture more critical information that can be transformed into enhanced, rich geospatial deliverables.
The presentations will also include a look at sets of demo data on the software. You will then be able to get your hands on the kit and take it for a test drive.
The day will end around 11.00, allowing you to get back to the office in good time.
To register for the event, please follow the link – http://dotmailer-surveys.com/63115194-bdrcod6
Trimble eCognition is advanced image analysis software that imports and fuses a variety of geospatial data for analysis, eg. raster images, LIDAR point clouds and GIS vectors.
The aim of the day is to bring together both existing and prospective users of eCognition software to share ideas.
The day starts at 12.00 with a working lunch and Dr Waldemar Krebs of Trimble will discuss what’s new from version 8.9 (or new version) of eCognition and examine sample projects from around the globe using LIDAR, aerial and satellite data.
You will then be able to hear from Jason Parker from ICON speaking on how they currently utilise eCognition software on Identifying eligible land parcels for EU farm subsidy payments.
The day will then round up with a workshop, allowing you to see the software first hand and Dr. Waldemar Krebs will talk you through its capabilities and look at what can be achieved.
To register for the event, please follow the link below – http://dotmailer-surveys.com/63115194-f9rdlba
Survey Ireland 2014 will take place at DIT Bolton Street on Wednesday 9th April 2014 from 9:10 until 16:00. An exhibition of equipment and services will run in parallel with talks on a wide range of current topics relevant to the surveying and geospatial industries. Attendance is free but registration is required.
Full details are available at: https://sites.google.com/site/surveyireland2014/. The event is supported by the Dublin Institute of Technology and the School of Surveying and Construction Management (www.dit.ie/surveyingconstructionmanagement).”