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Thursday, February 28th 2013
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IGARSS 2013 Sponsorship

Geoscience Australia takes lead sponsorship role in IGARSS2013

The Organzing Committee of the IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) is delighted to announce that Geoscience Australia has taken the lead role in the sponsorship of the 2013 Symposium (Melbourne, 21 – 26 July 2013).

Geoscience Australia is a world leader in providing first-class geoscientific information and knowledge enabling the Australian government to make informed decisions about the use and management of resources, the environment, community wellbeing and sustainable energy. The IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium (IGARSS) is truly a global event which promises to bring together experts engineers, researchers, teachers, scientists and students from around the world to review the latest issues and studies utilising remote sensing technologies for observations of the Earth, oceans, atmosphere and space.

This event presents excellent promotional and networking opportunities for companies, government agencies, educational institutions, research facilities, scientific societies, and others exhibiting the latest in geoscience instruments, equipment, software, books and journals, and scientific programs at the world's premier annual remote sensing symposium. Exciting sponsorship opportunities are still available for interested parties.

For more details on how you or your organisation can get involved please visit: http://www.igarss2013.org/SponsorExhibition.asp

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