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Nottingham Geospatial Institute (NGI) is a leading cross-disciplinary research and postgraduate teaching institute at The University of Nottingham, on campuses in the UK and China. Our specialisms include satellite navigation and positioning systems, photogrammetry, remote sensing, sensor integration, geoinformatics and data modelling, geospatial intelligence, location based services, semantics, reasoning and cognition.

Latest news

PhD opportunity - EPSRC CASE

Description
A studentship in precise location measurement in indoor and outdoor performance sports ...

PhD opportunity - Rockwell Collins studentship

Description
A studentship in a flexible approach to navigation and positioning sensor integration ...

PhD opportunity - structural health monitoring

Description
A studentship addressing the impact of parametric uncertainties on high rate GPS-based structural health monitoring ...

Recreating the Shepherd's Race

Description
NGI helps with the recreation of a medieval turf maze, strictly a labyrinth, in St Anns Nottingham ...

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Events

NGI seminar/discussion series

Date
02/10/2013 - 12/11/2014
Location:
NGI
Description
Talking and thinking about research interests at NGI, and fostering collaborative opportunities ...

Conference: European Space Weather Week

Date
17 - 21/11/2014
Location:
Belgium
Description
For space weather groups in the scientific and engineering communities, applications developers, service providers and users; with a session on NGI's TRANSMIT project ...

Symposium: Service-based Mapping

Date
26/11/2014
Location:
Vienna
Description
Focussed on trends in service-based mapping - covering delivery, processing, integration, analysis and collaboration, visualization of geospatial data and services ...

Conference: Location-based Services

Date
26 - 28/11/2014
Location:
Vienna
Description
Meet, interact and exchange knowledge, experience, plans and ideas on how LBS can, and could be improved, and on how it will influence science and society ...

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