2020 International Training Workshop on Earth Observation for Sustainable Development in Developing Countries Held in Beijing
The International Training Workshop on Earth Observation for Sustainable Development in Developing Countries was held in Beijing on October 19, 2020 to train young scholars, government officials and technical experts from relevant international organizations and countries in the field of Earth observation.
Oct 30, 2020
A delegation from Thailand led by Mr. Arthayudh Srisamoot, Thai Ambassador to China paid a visit to Hainan Research Center under the Aerospace Information Research Institute (AIR) on September 28, 2020.
Oct 13, 2020
Sino-Mongolian Exchange Project Launched to Promote Applications of BeiDou Navigation Satellite System
An international exchange project was launched to promote the application of BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) between China and Mongolia, which was announced on September 8, 2020 at a video conference attended by some 10 participants from both countries including XU Guanqun from the China Association for Science and Technology, HAO Weina from the Academic Exchange Center of China Satellite Navigation Office, HOU Yan from the NavInfo Co., Ltd, as well as Mongolian counterpart, Dr. B. Bayartungalag, President of Mongolian Geospatial Association.
Sep 26, 2020
The opening ceremony of the International Training Workshop on BDS Technology and Applications in Belt and Road Countries was held in Beijing on 8 September 2020, which was attended online and offline by the embassy representatives from the Thailand, Belgium, and Ukraine, over 40 trainees from Nepal, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Pakistan, Bhutan, Mongolia, as well as Chinese representatives from relevant research institutions and companies.
Sep 26, 2020
AIR Holds Training Workshop on Geospatial Information for Agricultural Monitoring in Lower Mekong Basin Countries
A training workshop on “geospatial information applications for agricultural monitoring in Lower Mekong Basin countries” was held online from August 5 to 26, 2020, with the attendance of 47 people from the government agencies or research institutions of Cambodia, Myanmar, Thailand, and Vietnam, hoping to learn essentials and technologies such as Earth observations for crop monitoring, agro-climatic and agronomic indicators preprocessing, thematic mapping, and field data collection.
Sep 15, 2020