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MIGARS 2024

The GRI was well represented at the MIGARS conference (International Conference on Machine Intelligence for Geoanalytics and Remote Sensing ) in Wellington this week. Congrats on all the posters and talks.                  

Dr Matthew Hobbs is lead author on a new research paper

A recent international study led by Dr Matthew Hobbs, Senior Lecturer and Co-Director of the GeoHealth Laboratory in the Geospatial Research Institute at Te Whare Wānanga o Waitaha | University of Canterbury (UC), sought to throw some light on these underlying factors. Joining him in the endeavour were UK researchers from the University of Essex, University of Derby, Leeds Beckett University as well as the West Yorkshire & Harrogate Cancer Alliance.

Geospatial Research Seminar Series (GRISS) – October 26th 2023

In this seminar, Peter Shaw will be giving an overview of areas of interest at Trimble, particularly, their ongoing pursuit of increased accuracy, reliability, and efficiency in positioning techniques (including mitigation against space weather/ionospheric effects) and the application of AI to Geospatial problems.

Geospatial Research Seminar Series (GRISS) – October 4th 2023

Planet (a public benefit corporation) is imaging the land surface of the Earth on a near-daily basis, with multispectral sensors at ~3.7m per pixel we operate the largest fleet of earth observation satellites in history with a constellation of 19 high-resolution SkySats, capable of 0.5m multispectral imaging. e change, terrestrial an aquatic  ecosystems, wildlife biology and agriculture.

Video recording available at:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dv37CHZct2o&list=PLJymSfBIuEWKYLJbi6LzyiRXKtAQBbcH3&index=7&t=15s