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Tue, 18 Jun

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G.034

Research & Innovation Showcase: Earth Observation for Sustainability

Join us at Newcastle University’s Research & Innovation Showcase as we share the future of Earth Observation for Sustainability, underpinned by enhancements in Data Science-AI.

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Research & Innovation Showcase: Earth Observation for Sustainability
Research & Innovation Showcase: Earth Observation for Sustainability

Time & Location

18 Jun 2024, 12:00 – 17:00

G.034, Stephenson Building, Newcastle University, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 7RU, UK

About the event

Join us at Newcastle University’s Research & Innovation Showcase as we share the future of Earth Observation for Sustainability, underpinned by enhancements in Data Science-AI.  

As part of the UK Earth Observation Network for Sustainability (UK-EONS), we are at the forefront of exploring the impact of space data and technology on our planet. 

Discover how our research is using Earth Observation and space technologies to tackle pressing societal issues, from climate change and natural disasters to infrastructure resilience, biodiversity loss, sustainability, and public health.  

Discuss how innovations in sensors, data science and AI are leading to a step change in capabilities and applications for improved sustainability. 

Key Highlights: 

Cutting-edge Research: Delve into pioneering work in space data, technology, and AI in Earth Observation. 

Real-world Impact: Explore how our efforts are shaping policy and practice to address global challenges. 

Industry-Policymaker-Academic Synergy: Engage with industry leaders, policy makers and academic experts to explore collaborative opportunities. 

Exhibition Stands: Explore displays showcasing advancements in sensors, data analytics, AI, and more. 

Panel Discussion: Hear insights from our partners and the region’s academic community on the future of Earth Observation. 

Networking: Connect with peers, industry professionals, policy makers and researchers during lunch and breakout sessions. 

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