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    Past Event Overview

    Asia Pacific Remote Sensing 2018

    Thank you for attending the 11th SPIE Asia-Pacific Remote Sensing Symposium. The 2018 event focused on the application of remote sensing technologies for environmental monitoring. The deliberations of the conference generated new initiatives and collaborative international efforts to improve remote sensing systems.

    Download the Final Program (5.2 MB PDF)

    Registration View Registration information: register by 25 March

    Registration via the SPIE website is for participants who are not from India. Registrations for participants from India should be made using the local organizers' website:

    The local organizing committee will be hosting an exhibition at APRS. More information can be found on their website.

    Visa and Invitation Letter information

    The technical program included
     • Remote sensing of the atmosphere, clouds, and precipitation
     • Land surface and cryosphere remote sensing
     • Remote sensing of the open and coastal ocean and inland waters:
     • Lidar remote sensing for environmental monitoring
     • Multispectral, hyperspectral, and ultraspectral remote sensing technology, techniques and applications
     • Earth-observing missions and sensors: development, implementation, and characterization
     • Remote sensing and modeling of the atmosphere, oceans and interactions
    Conference Overview

    Remote sensing data processing and characterization are an integral part of weather and climate predictions. Analysts use advanced remote sensing maps for the monitoring of hazardous phenomena, exploration of ocean resources, and tracking cryospheric changes that result from global warming. Advanced remote sensing and data processing is a crucial information resource for in-depth understanding of the interrelated processes of the atmosphere, ocean, geosphere, cryosphere and biosphere.

    SPIE conference papers are published in the Proceedings of SPIE and available via the SPIE Digital Library, the world’s largest collection of optics and photonics research.  

    The Proceedings are indexed in Web of Science, Scopus, Ei Compendex, Inspec, Google Scholar, Astrophysical Data System (ADS), DeepDyve, ReadCube, CrossRef, and other scholarly indexes, and are widely accessible to leading research organizations, conference attendees, and individual researchers.