Category: EO Ireland

IEOS2022 – 2022 Irish Earth Observation Symposium

The 14th Irish Earth Observation Symposium, IEOS2022 is hosted this year by Technological University Dublin on the 3rd and 4th November 2022 in Bolton Street, TU Dublin, Dublin, D01 K822, Ireland – how to get there? See here! OT Baile Átha Cliath – Coláiste na hInnealtóireachta agus na Timpeallachta Tógtha, Scoil na Suirbhéireachta agus na…
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Virgin Orbit Live Launch Watch

Join us live from the National Space Centre for tonight’s launch from Cornwall over on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/@NationalSpaceCentreIRE. The livestream should begin around 10PM. We are incredibly excited to play a part in the Virgin Orbit Start Me Up mission launching this evening from Spaceport Cornwall, and very proud to share the role of the…
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IEOS2022 is about to start!

Check EO Symposium page for updates on the schedule, talks, posters, prizes, EO Expo on the 3rd Nov, Workshops on the 4th Nov! 1667463600   days   hours  minutes  seconds until IEOS2022! Uncategorized Earth Observation & Remote Sensing Research in IrelandRead More

IEOS2022 Registration is OPEN!

Please complete the form to register for IEOS2022! https://forms.office.com/r/Y3kLBSH1vd IEOS2022 Badge: please download the template below, edit accordingly and please feel free to print in black/white. badge_ieos2022Download Conferences, Educational Resorces, IEOS2022, Irish EO Research, Bolton St, Copernicus, IEOSregistration, Irish EO, Tu Dublin Earth Observation & Remote Sensing Research in IrelandRead More

CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS for the Irish Earth Observation Symposium #IEOS2022 is now OPEN!

Complete the form: tinyurl.com/IEOS2022 by 15th September 2022 Follow @ieos2022 on Twitter for IEOS2022 CALL for CONTRIBUTIONS Tweet IEOS2022 Earth Observation & Remote Sensing Research in IrelandRead More

Save the date! Irish Earth Observation Symposium IEOS2022, 3rd & 4th November 2022 @TU Dublin City Campus

When: 3-4th November 2022Where: @TU Dublin Grangegorman/Bolton StreetWho: Remote sensing/Earth Observation and Geospatial research, academia and industry community in Ireland and overseas!Cost: Free! However, you will need to register (TBA) Important dates Mid-July: “Save the date” first announcementw/c 1st August: call for abstracts (talks/posters), call for EO Tech Expo, call for sponsorsMid-September: registration opens3rd and…
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From Neon to Nebulas: Sound, Space and Students Come Together in Rare Public Opening of NSC

24 NOVEMBER 2021 — An out of this world exhibition, complete with a digital space launch, is due to take place at the National Space Centre (NSC) from 3 through 5 December. The secure facility outside Midleton is normally closed to be public, but will be hosting the launch as part of an art exhibit addressing the challenging issue of space waste. A limited number of tours…
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Sound, Space and Waste: Ireland’s First Space Waste Residency Artist Lands in Cork

26 October — The National Space Centre (NSC) in partnership with Greywood Arts has named Swedish sculptor Nicklas Lundberg as the Artist in Residence for Ireland’s first Space Waste Residency. Lundberg will travel to Ireland at the beginning of November for the month-long artist-in-residence programme, which examines waste produced by the acceleration of space technology…
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Copernicus DEM – Global and European Digital Elevation Model (COP-DEM: EEA-10, GLO-30 and GLO-90

Copernicus DEM: a new digital elevation model for the Copernicus programme What is the Copernicus DEM? The Copernicus DEM is a Digital Surface Model (DSM) which represents the surface of the Earth including buildings, infrastructure and vegetation. This DEM is derived from an edited DSM named WorldDEM. You can find all the information related to…
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