The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is organising the 4th Luxembourg Earth Observation (EO) and Integrated Applications Day on Thursday 19 April 2018 at the Domaine Thermal in Mondorf-les-Bains, from 09:00 to 17:30.
This year's conference will address the current and future status of space applications, for instance in the areas of Crisis Management, Precision Agriculture and Environmental Monitoring and Management. A particular focus will be put on the integration of satellite, airborne, UAV drones and field data together with global navigation satellite systems and satellite-based communication systems.
An overview of the ESA and Copernicus programmes, the current status of Luxembourg EO activities, such as the Collaborative Ground Segment, and an insight into recent advances in remote sensing research and applications will be provided.
The conference aims to increase awareness among users and service providers within the Greater Region of the potential that space technologies offer in the domain of environmental monitoring and management. Representatives from the private and public sectors, institutional entities and academia will have the opportunity to present their activities in the Earth Observation domain.
The conference will be in English and is free of charge.
The full programme is available at: https://www.list.lu/en/conference/leoday2018/.