Remote Sensing Days 16-17 May, 2018 at Finnish Meteorological Institute, Helsinki

The Finnish Remote Sensing Days is an intensive two-day event where academia and industry meet to discuss and present new innovations in Remote Sensing. Among presented topics are air quality, space weather, forestry, bioeconomy, arctic and snow. A panel will discuss how higher education can secure our future needs.

The event gives an overview on latest advances in Finnish remote sensing and provides an inspiring environment for professional networking.

Do not miss the opportunity to meet and interact with the experts to foster new ideas and create partnerships. Networking is possible during the breaks and in the end of day one with snacks and refreshments. The conference participation, including the social event, is free of charge but pre-registration is required.

Registration until 11th May: http://www.kaukokartoituskerho.fi/2018/registration

Programme Flyer (PDF)

Place: Brainstorm auditorium, Finnish Meteorological Institute (FMI) Dynamicum, Erik Palménin aukio 1, 00560 Helsinki