Foundation of remote sensing thematic data processing Center on the basis of Russian geospatial technologies will be presented during the International Conference “FROM IMAGERY TO MAP: digital photogrammetric technologies”.

Aug 19, 2016 -- Oleg Gomozov, the R&P Complex Head of Research Institute of Precision Instruments (Moscow, Russia), will present a project of Foundation of remote sensing thematic data processing Center on the basis of Russian geospatial technologies.

Research Institute of Precision Instruments (connected company of JSC “Russian Space Systems” — ROSCOSMOS) attracts talented and professional designers and manufacturers of diverse radio-electronic and software products for Remote Sensing.

The Institute’s Research and Production Complex was founded in 2009. One of the main directions of its functioning is the geospatial data creation at the national level. The structural branches successfully perform the wide range of issues: from the geoanalysis and geosoftware development to manufacturing of the large geospatial products.

The 16th International Scientific and Technical Conference “FROM IMAGERY TO MAP: digital photogrammetric technologies” will be held from 12 till 18 November in Agra, India.



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