Upcoming Events

Harvesting Queensland’s Agricultural Potential Through Earth Observation

Identify new opportunities for Queensland in crop productivity through advances in Earth observation technologies. This workshop will bring together industry and research stakeholders in both the agriculture and Earth observation value chains to identify and prioritise the opportunities for applying Earth observation technologies to the Queensland agriculture sector, the challenges in realizing these opportunities, and the industry focused initiatives that will capitalise on them. This hands-on innovation workshop will focus on agricultural productivity with themes including:

  • irrigation/soil moisture management;
  • pest and disease management;
  • land use;
  • crop mapping;
  • yield forecasting;
  • pasture management and precision agriculture.

Past Events

Unlocking Earth Observation for Queensland’s Critical Minerals Sector

WHEN: Thursday, 19 October 2023 @ 9.00am – 2.00pm
WHERE: The University of Queensland (City Campus)
308 Queen Street Brisbane City, QLD 4000

Earth observation has the opportunity to play a more significant role in Queensland’s mining activities. From pre-mining exploration through to post mining rehabilitation, satellite earth observation can deliver innovation and efficiencies in discovery, assessment, and monitoring. New technologies and new datasets present new opportunities across these activities, including synthetic aperture radar imaging, hyperspectral imaging, and machine learning models and tools for analysing the images.

Sundowner at the SmartSat Queensland Earth Observation Hub

WHEN: Thursday, 14 March 2024 @ 5.30pm – 7.30pm
WHERE: Queensland Earth Observation Hub Headquarters
324 Queen Street Brisbane City, QLD 4000

To celebrate the launch of our latest call for funding applications the Queensland Earth Observation Hub invites you to join us at our Brisbane office for some high-rise drinks, nibbles and networking.