Dear STARS friends,

Please find here the August 2016 edition of the STARS newsletter. 


We would like to draw your special attention to our item on the AARSE conference in Kampala, Uganda, 24-28 October 2016. We encourage in particular junior researchers to participate, as this will be a nice opportunity for them to present their work.


We hope you will enjoy reading the news items this month. Obviously, we are keen to hear back, either on the topics presented in this issue, or on topics that you feel have not been sufficiently addressed. So do not hesitate to send us your feedback. If you enjoy reading the newsletter and you would like to read earlier editions, please check out our newsletter archive

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Happy reading to all of you,


The STARS team

 
STARS results sharing workshop

STARS results sharing workshop

During a workshop in Arusha, Tanzania, 26-27 July 2016, the STARS team shared its project results with stakeholders.

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AARSE 2016 conference

AARSE 2016 conference

ITC will organize a special session at the AARSE conference. The session is titled: high spatial resolution remote sensing in support of food production in smallholder farming systems. ITC encourages in particular junior researchers to participate, as this will be a nice opportunity for them to present their work. Limited (travel) budget is available to support bringing in speakers/authors.

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Fully automated system extracts information on smallholder farms from raw satellite data

Fully automated system extracts information on smallholder farms from raw satellite data

From data to information: an automated smallholder agriculture-specific satellite image processing workflow has been established by STARS.

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Students share their research work on very high resolution remote sensing in agriculture

Students share their research work on very high resolution remote sensing in agriculture

A number of students from Wageningen University and ITC researched the application of very high resolution remote sensing in smallholder agriculture. A summary of their work is now available through the STARS Knowledge Portal.

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Agenda

STARS appearances

  • 24 - 28 October 2016: 11th International Conference of The African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE), Kampala, Uganda
 
 
 
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