Growing Australia’s Earth Observation Capabilities!
Our Earth observation (EO) community is a diverse range of people from industry, government, research, defence, not-for-profits, and educational institutions. Together, we collect and process data from a variety of platforms to create knowledge and deliver relevant information for a vast number of applications. By connecting and collaborating, we build understanding and wisdom about the Earth’s environments and communities and how they change over time.
We recognise that opportunities to truly connect with others in our community don’t come along every day, but we also know that when they do we all benefit!
So here’s the unique opportunity…..
We’ve created the Advancing Earth Observation Forum so that everyone can actively engage, contribute, learn, and connect with others in the EO community. This is a high-value experience for individuals, businesses, and organisations to build professional expertise, contribute to our collective national capabilities in support of our own Australian Space Agency, and also be an effective partner in the global “Space Industry”.
Are you in? Join us at the inaugural Advancing Earth Observation Forum and let’s build a coordinated, collaborative, and effective community that takes all participants of Australia’s EO industry forwards!
As a presenter, your interests and expertise will shape our program! So submit your abstracts and workshop proposals now to start shaping the program topics!
The Directors of the Advancing Earth Observation Forum 2021 Steering Committee:
Professor Stuart Phinn
Dr Karen Joyce
Dr Renee Bartolo
Dr Glenn Campbell
We acknowledge the significant contributions to the understanding and management of our unique marine and terrestrial environments by the traditional owners of the land on which the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre stands, the Turrbal and Yuggera people, and pay our respect to elders past, present and emerging as we work towards a just, equitable and reconciled Australia, and one where we recognise and build our shared knowledge and experiences.
Proudly supported by the University of Queensland and the Joint Remote Sensing Research Program, Queensland Government and Geoscience Australia.
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