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The Geological Remote Sensing Group Makes 2017 Student Awards Across the Globe

After receiving numerous high quality applications, the Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) has awarded three students £1000 each to support their studies and research work. GRSG Chairman, Charlotte Bishop explains the background to the Group’s awards; “Students are a big part of the GRSG; they are the future of all geological-based industries and for many… Read more

World’s Largest Satellite Fleet Owner Joins The Geological Remote Sensing Group

The Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) has expanded its membership once again with the recent news that Planet; the owners and operators of the world’s largest commercially-operated fleet of satellites has joined as the Group’s latest corporate member. Founded in 2010 by a team of ex-NASA scientists, Planet has designed, built and launched fleets of… Read more

Terrabotics Joins the Geological Remote Sensing Group

The Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) has expanded its membership once again with the recent news that providers of actionable terrain intelligence, Terrabotics have joined as the latest corporate member. The skilled earth observation technicians and computer scientists at Terrabotics can fuse intelligent automation solutions and expert insight using an abundant supply of Earth Observation… Read more

The right imagery for the job

‘There has never been such an abundance of satellite imagery and elevation data. It can, however, pose challenges in knowing where to start in selecting the right imagery for the job.  NPA Satellite Mapping’s Charlotte Bishop traces the evolution of the market and reviews the options now on offer.’ To read the full article on… Read more

2017 NPA Satellite Mapping Seminar

Friday March 3rd 2017 Geological Society of London Building on NPA Satellite Mapping’s popular annual events in the UK and USA, the theme of this year’s seminar in London is “Satellite Imagery & Beyond: Discovering the Value of Remote Sensing”. This free, client-focussed event will include a range of presentations that showcase the different ways… Read more

GRSG Student Awards 2017 Applications Open

GRSG Student Awards 2017 Every year the Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG) offers up to three awards of £1000 each. The aim is to reward and aid students who are engaged in geoscientific remote sensing research. These awards may be used to support laboratory work, fieldwork, data/software purchases, attendance at conferences, and international collaborations. To… Read more

PCI Joins the Geological Remote Sensing Group

Following an incredibly successful 2016 for the Geological Remote Sensing Group (GRSG), 2017 has started at a similarly active pace with the news that Canadian-based supplier of geo-imaging software solutions, PCI Geomatics has decided to join as a Corporate Member. PCI Geomatics a world leading developer of remote sensing and photogrammetric software and systems, opted… Read more

First Newsletter of 2017 is Released

The most recent issue of the Geological Remote Sensing Group’s Newsletter is now available for download.  Simply click the Newsletter front cover to visit the download page

GRSG Student Awards 2016 Applications deadline extended to 22nd April, 2016

GRSG Student Awards 2016 We are pleased to announce that the applications for the GRSG Student Awards 2016 are now being accepted and the deadline is extended to 22nd April, 2016. Application forms should be sent to the GRSG awards committee at awards@grsg.org.uk DOWNLOAD GRSG STUDENTS AWARDS 2016 FORM DOWNLOAD GRSG STUDENT AWARDS 2016 FLYER Every… Read more

Vacancy: ITC-Processes: PhD Candidate (Promovendus), Full-time Implications of Remotely Chemistry on Martian Geology and Habitability

The Faculty of Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation (ITC) has recently launched an investment programme to strengthen its international academic fields. For 11 pioneering-multidisciplinary projects a PhD-position is made available, three of them already are filled in. Are you our candidate for one of the still available positions? The department of Earth Systems Analysis (ESA)… Read more