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  • January 31, 2023 11:20 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    CASI Associate Fellow Dr. Bishnujee Singh, is featured in the Limca Book of Records 2023 Edition as the First Chartered Scientist in Aviation: WR (World Record) published by Hatchet India owned by Coca Cola.


    Provided by Dr. Singh

  • December 09, 2022 11:30 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    Technological Advancements in Urban Remote Sensing

    The continued unprecedented development and growth in the urban population has placed an emphasis on many aspects, such as environmental impact, sustainable development, and public services. Currently, urban environments around the world are actively involved in obtaining solutions to improve inhabitants’ quality of life as well as enrich the use of city infrastructure and resources while reducing the operational costs to do so. Urban remote sensing plays a vital role in the ability to map, monitor and control infrastructure. Benefiting from data-driven, model-driven or hybrid approaches, remote sensing can contribute significantly to future urban planning and management. Variant sensors mounted on mobile, airborne, and satellite platforms, along with devices with IoT capabilities, are required for effective coordination and control of urban infrastructure.

    Urban remote sensing had its origins decades ago. However, the changes in technological advancements in sensors and methods, along with a considerable amount of data provided on a daily basis, give rise to the opportunity to investigate novel avenues of research in this area. Technological advancements in this field include improvements in imaging sensors as well as data processing methods, including learning systems (artificial intelligence and machine learning).

    This updated collection of articles will drive the next generation of urban remote sensing. Submissions on the following sub-topics are encouraged:

    • Advances in remote sensor Big Data analytics for urban environments and Smart Cities
    • Frontiers in security, privacy, and trust in sensor-based urban environments and IoT
    • Machine Learning and AI Techniques in urban Remote Sensing
    • Change detection in urban areas using multi-sensor solutions
    • 3D modelling of urban infrastructure and urban Digital Twins
    • Multi-modal mapping systems and their applications in urban areas
    • Application of imagery data from novel Remote Sensing sensors or platforms for urban land information extraction

    CALL FOR PAPERS


  • December 06, 2022 12:15 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    DRDC invites you to its 2022 outreach event on Monday, December 12 from 1 to 3 p.m. ET. This two-hour virtual event will provide you with the information you need to build a successful partnership with Canada’s leading defence science organization. 

    At this event, you will:

    To register please visit here to fill out the form. 

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    RDDC vous invite à son événement de sensibilisation de 2022, le lundi 12 décembre de 13 h à 15 h (heure de l’est). Cet événement virtuel de deux heures vous donnera l’information nécessaire pour établir un partenariat fructueux avec la principale organisation scientifique de la Défense du Canada.

    Au cours de cet événement :

    Pour vous inscrire, veuillez remplir le formulaire suivant afin de recevoir le lien pour la réunion sur MS Teams.


  • November 21, 2022 09:51 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    The International Astronautical Federation (IAF) is pleased to announce its 2023 IAF Emerging Space Leaders (ESL) Grant Programme that provides opportunities for students and young professionals to participate in the annual International Astronautical Congress.
     
    The young people selected to take part in the 2023 IAF Emerging Space Leaders Grant Programme will participate in the 74th International Astronautical Congress (IAC) scheduled to take place in Baku, Azerbaijan from 2 - 6 October 2023. The individuals selected will also participate in other activities held the week prior to and during the Congress such as the UN/IAF Workshop or the Space Generation Congress (SGC) and the Cross-Cultural Communications and Presentation Workshop. Please note that only a few selected Emerging Space Leaders will be able to participate in the 2023 Space Generation Congress. To be considered as a possible Space Generation Congress participant, please fill out the SGC Delegates Application Form available on the SGAC website. The selection will be made following the SGC delegates selection criteria available on the SGAC website.
     

    Students and Young Professionals between the ages of 21 and 35 on 1 January 2023 with space-related career interests are encouraged to apply for the programme. Up to thirty students and young professionals will be selected by the IAF to participate in the 2023 programme.

  • November 10, 2022 08:01 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    CJRS-JCT Vol. 48. Issue 5 (October) has been published.  It is a Special Issue on Advances in Hyperspectral Remote Sensing for Earth Monitoring and Mapping.  The special issue has eight Research Articles alongside one Research Note and the Editorial. You are also invited to read recently published articles as Latest Articles. All the Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (CJRS) papers are free access for CASI members. 


    CJRS-JCT Vol. 48. No 5 (octobre) a été publié.  Il s'agit d'un numéro spécial sur les Progrès de la télédétection hyperspectrale pour la surveillance et la cartographie de la Terre.  Ce numéro spécial contient huit articles de recherche, une note de recherche et un éditorial. Vous êtes aussi invités à consulter les articles récemment publiés as Latest Articles. Tous les articles du Journal canadien de télédétection (JCT) sont accessibles en entier aux membres de l'Institut aéronautique et spatial du Canada (IASC). 


  • October 11, 2022 11:08 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    Congratulations to École Camrose Composite High School, Camrose, Alberta – one of 61 teams selected to compete in NASA’s 2023 Human Exploration Rover Challenge (HERC) at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, Huntsville, Alabama. 

    For more information please select here.

  • September 21, 2022 15:33 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    You are invited!

    The Canadian Space Agency is extending an invitation to Canada’s youth (ages 17-30) to attend the 2022 National Forum on Earth Observation.

    Earth observations (EO) from Canadian and international satellites in space contribute significantly to our well-being on a daily basis, providing information and services and enabling us to realize new and innovative products and applications. And as technology advances, the potential of satellites will undoubtedly continue to grow. New markets will emerge along with new opportunities to push the boundaries of what space technology currently offers.

    Attending the Forum is free and virtual. Come join us, whether for the full duration of the event or for select sessions that are of interest to you. You may choose to be an active participant or observer.

    Details are as follows:

    Date: October 4 to 6, 2022

    Time: 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ET

    Format: Virtual

    Languages: English and French

    Cost: Free

    As Canada’s workforce of the future your ideas and perspectives are important to us. Topics that will be discussed at the Forum include: taking action on climate change, open data and big data analytics, digital platforms, monitoring and protecting ecosystems, public health, domestic and international partnerships, increasing commercialization, capacity development, and more.

    Please Register Today!

     


  • July 15, 2022 10:10 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    NFS Webinar - Dr. Thomas Scott: Bell Aircraft and the Transformation of the American South

    July 21, 2022 at 7:00PM Eastern

    Description

    In early 1942 the War Department took over the airport for an Army airfield in Cobb County, Georgia and leased part of the site to Bell Aircraft to manufacture Boeing B-29 Superfortress bombers, at the time the most complex and expensive aircraft in the world. Eventually Bell produced more than 660 of these marvelous machines with a workforce mainly of southerners who had never been inside any factory, let alone a modern aircraft plant. Before World War II Cobb County was typical of most of the South in being plagued by the triple ills of segregation, one-party rule, and poverty. The average resident lived on a tenant farm or worked in a small, low-wage industry. The war changed things dramatically and began to move Cobb into the national mainstream. No person or business was more important in this transformation than Larry Bell and the Bell Aircraft Corporation of Buffalo, New York.

    Thomas Scott is Professor Emeritus of History and Campus Historian at Kennesaw State University, Georgia, teaching there from 1968 until his retirement in 2011. His specialties are Georgia history and oral history, and he has also taught seminars and graduate classes on local history, the history of suburban America, and the history of American higher education. Tom is the author of three books and has headed an oral history project at KSU since 1978. Along with students and colleagues, he has conducted more than 800 interviews, mainly with residents of Cobb County and environs and faculty and trustees of KSU, including a subseries was with managers and workers at the Bell Aircraft and Lockheed plants in Marietta.

    Please pre-register today!


  • June 20, 2022 09:11 | April Duffy (Administrator)

    CanX-7 burned up in Earth’s atmosphere in May, just five years after drag sail deployment and roughly 178 years before the satellite would have spent on-orbit without any deorbit technology.

    CanX-7 was a 10x10x34cm smallsat built by SFL and funded by Defence Research and Development Canada, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research CouncilCOM DEV Ltd., and the Canadian Space Agency. The satellite was launched in September of 2016 with a two-fold mission of demonstrating Automatic Dependent Surveillance – Broadcast (ADS-B) message collection from space for global aircraft situational awareness, and then testing the deorbiting technology developed by SFL.

    Read more here....

  • June 13, 2022 11:29 | Todd Legault (Administrator)

    In April 1929, De Havilland Canada (DHC) purchased a 70-acre property in Downsview, Ontario – just north of Toronto. By the end that summer, a 20,000-square-foot plant had been constructed and Moth biplanes were being produced. Almost a century later, DHC is saying farewell to Downsview as the land is due to be redeveloped for residential and commercial purposes...

    Read Full Article by Frederick K. Larkin at Skiesmag.com

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