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6th International Conference "Earth from Space - the Most Effective Solutions" will be held on October 1-3, 2013. This is a traditional biennial event being the largest in Russia and CIS countries in the area of Earth remote sensing (ERS) and practical application of space data. In 2011 the conference gathered 470 participants - representatives of 194 organizations from 22 world countries (including 56 participants from abroad).
In 2013, declared as the Year of Environmental Protection in Russia, the Conference participants will draw attention to the issues of using space technologies in study and control of ecological situation and nature protection.
Issues related to access to space images and services of operational satellite-based monitoring from civil society in Russia and in world will also be among other key topics.
In parallel with main conference events the exhibition will be held, aimed at showing experience of practical application of satellite monitoring in various economic industries along with recent developments in Earth remote sensing.
Organizers of the conference, which is to take place at the Moscow Region “Vatutinki” resort hotel, will be ScanEx Research & Development Center (http://www.scanex.ru/en/index.html) and Non-Profit Partnership “Transparent World” (http://www.transparentworld.ru/).
Anyone interested may take part in the conference! For registration, topics and participation terms familiarization and location map, please follow the link below http://conference.scanex.ru. Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to address to: +7(495)739-73-85 or by e-mail: email@example.com.
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