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Game Changing Satellite Applications 2015 : Game Changing Satellite Applications

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Link: http://www.theiet.org/events/2015/222189.cfm?utm_source=Adestra&utm_campaign=Last%20chance%20to%20register&utm_medium=Community&utm_content=Satellite%20Systems%20%26%20Applications
 
When Nov 26, 2015 - Nov 26, 2015
Where London, UK
Submission Deadline Oct 9, 2015
Notification Due Oct 30, 2015
Final Version Due Nov 1, 2015
 

Call For Papers

Satellite technology is changing the world at an incredible pace. Technologies accessible to the general public are increasingly being used to produce and process satellite-sourced data. Whether it is the latest Earth observation images on Google maps, wireless internet in the desert or real-time tracking of public transport, satellite applications enrich our personal and professional lives on a daily basis.

The purpose of this competition is to uncover the next big thing, or things, in satellite applications. The opportunity is broad in its scope; it is looking for effective means of utilising satellites, whether the solution is a product or platform, hardware or software, or even an idea as fundamental as an algorithm. We are looking for innovative and novel new applications of state-of-the-art technologies that both enable new satellite capabilities on orbit and the respective services on the ground.

Your abstract and poster could address some of the following questions:

- Has your work made a contribution to Satellite Applications?
- What technologies are you using?
- What benefits does the technology bring to customers, staff and society?
- Are they brand-new, or are you using existing technology to new advantage?
- What are the social, economic and environmental implications of your work?
- Has your project been implemented, or is it just an idea?
- Does it work?
- Can you prove it works?
- What skills did you use to develop the idea?
- What are its strengths and weaknesses?
- What implications does your idea have for organisational change?

Presentations and posters will be assessed by a panel of judges, who will select the best six for the Finals event in London on 26 November2015. As a Finalist, you will have the opportunity to present your poster to a public audience of industry professionals. The judges will then select a winner and a runner-up. As well as cash prizes for the winner and runner-up, all finalists will have their posters assessed for publication in the IET Digital Library.

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