The following special sessions are being organized to be held at IGARSS 2023:
The Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) ensures international coordination of civil space-based Earth observation programs and promotes exchange of data to optimize societal benefit and inform decision making for securing a prosperous and sustainable future for humankind.
Contact: Brian Killough, CEOS Systems Engineering Office (SEO)
HySpex hyperspectral cameras/imaging spectrometers are developed by NEO, a Norwegian company that specializes in developing advanced remote sensing technologies. HySpex is designed to capture and process high-quality hyperspectral data in a wide range of applications, including mineral exploration, precision agriculture, environmental monitoring, and more. HySpex offers turnkey solutions for i.a. lab, field, airborne and UAV platforms.
Contact: Hallvard Skjerping, CCO
“Ready for IGARSS 2024? Next stop the oldest capital city in Europe, Athens. Ancient and modern, with equal measures of grunge and grace, bustling Athens is a heady mix of history and edginess. Do not miss the chance to visit the Home of Plato’s Academy and Aristotle’s Lyceum, the birthplace of Socrates, Pericles, and Sophocles. Your individual or corporate contribution is equally important to us! If you wish to evaluate & secure your participation as a Sponsor or Exhibitor, stay tuned! The future of Geoscience and Remote Sensing for 2024 is visiting in Athens!”
Contact: HARRIS TZANAVARIS, Marketing & Communications Executive
Laboratory of Target Microwave Properties (LAMP) is located in Deqing County, Zhejiang Province, China and aims to research and develop the theory of microwave target scattering characteristics, applications of satellite remote sensing and spatial information. A large-scale experiment platform has been built in the laboratory, which can collect scientific data of microwave characteristics of various substances and targets using mono/bi/multi-static radar systems, with azimuth angle of 0-360 °, incident angle of 0-180 °, full polarization and 2D/3D imaging at L/S/C/X/Ku band.
Contact: Yun Shao, Professor
MIT Lincoln Laboratory researches and develops a broad array of advanced technologies to meet critical national security needs. What sets us apart from many national R&D laboratories is our focus on building operational prototypes of the unique systems we design.
Contact: William Blackwell, Laboratory Fellow
MMA’s innovative, talented and agile team is excited about creating deployable solutions that enable your challenging space and terrestrial missions. Our products offer maximum performance in mission-friendly envelopes and budgets. Our research and development leads to the commercialization of revolutionary products. Through Solutions, Exploration, Excellence and Disruption (SEEDs), we aim to enhance and preserve our way of life for many generations to come.
Contact: Mark Bailey, Director of Business Development
NASA's Science Mission Directorate conducts scientific exploration that is enabled by access to space. We project humankind's vantage point into space with observatories in Earth orbit and deep space, spacecraft visiting the Moon and other planetary bodies, and robotic landers, rovers, and sample return missions. From space, in space, and about space, NASA's science vision encompasses questions as practical as hurricane formation, as enticing as the prospect of lunar resources, as surprising as behavior in weightlessness, and as profound as the origin of the Universe.
Contact: Steve Graham, Exhibit Lead
NV5 Geospatial’s ENVI® software, is the industry standard for image processing and analysis. ENVI has remained on the cutting edge of innovation for decades with its support of various types of data including multispectral, hyperspectral, thermal, LiDAR, and SAR. It’s scientifically proven and easy to use to extract timely, reliable, and accurate information from geospatial data. Visit us at booth #603 where you’ll find image analysis experts to answer questions, and show new spectral and SAR capabilities, new tools for large scale cloud-based processing, and ENVI connect—our new light-weight web application.
Contact: Motria Grasing, Sr Communications Associate
Pacific Microchip provides single chip spectrometer solutions and ASIC/IC design services since 2006. On a chip, we integrate analog, RF, mixed signal and digital functions. Our ASIC design expertise includes: ADC, DAC, VGA, PLL, DSP, Interfaces, SERDES, Modulator Drivers and TIA. In addition, we offer numerous IP blocks in a variety of technologies. Pacific Microchip is headquartered in Culver City, California.
Contact: Ieva Ivanauskas, Director of Business Development and Finance
Planet is the leading provider of global, daily satellite imagery and insights. Planet is driven by a mission to image all of Earth’s landmass every day, and make global change visible, accessible, and actionable. Founded in 2010 by three NASA scientists, Planet designs, builds, and operates the largest fleet of imaging satellites, as well as online software, tools and analytics needed to deliver data to users.
Contact: Jake Nash, Go To Market Associate
At Quartus, engineering is our passion. Supporting other engineers in a timely, cost-effective manner is our goal. We specialize in the design, analysis, and prototyping of complex systems and structures that require high precision and high reliability. We offer a broad range of engineering services and systems development capabilities — with key expertise in analysis & testing, custom metrology solutions, robotics & mechanisms, and precision optical systems. Explore our work at quartus.com — including remote sensing instruments for NASA LaRC, such as SAGE IV, DEMETER, and ARCSTONE.
Contact: Eileen Hooker, Marketing Coordinator
SI Imaging Services (SIIS) is the exclusive sales representative of KOMPSAT (Korean Multi-Purpose Satellite) series 2, 3, 3A, and 5. We contribute to the remote sensing and earth observation industries by supplying VHR optical and SAR satellite imagery through 160 partners worldwide. Customers from industries and governments use KOMPSAT imagery for their missions and research, such as defense, disaster monitoring, mapping, urban planning, agriculture, etc. We plan to launch our own 30cm VVHR EO satellite, SpaceEye-T, in 2024.
Contact: Minji Lee, Manager
As a leading global aerospace company, Boeing develops, manufactures and services commercial airplanes, defense products and space systems for customers in more than 150 countries. As a top U.S. exporter, the company leverages the talents of a global supplier base to advance economic opportunity, sustainability and community impact. Boeing’s diverse team is committed to innovating for the future, leading with sustainability, and cultivating a culture based on the company’s core values of safety, quality and integrity.
Contact: Jasmina Maack, Project Engineer