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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

Copernicus Earth observation competition

Description
For researchers, students, start-ups and other companies, a competition recognising outstanding ideas and applications using EO data ...

TRANSMIT space weather project final event

Description
At November's European Space Weather Week session: modelling the ionosphere and countering threats to GNSS ...

PhD opportunity - EPSRC CASE

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

EU launches Sentinel satellite to monitor Earth

Description
First Sentinel-1 series satellite, a radar mapper with applications in surface mapping, iceberg monitoring, deforestation ... later series for ocean properties, atmospheric gases ...

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Events

NGI seminar/discussion series

Date
02/10/2013 - 23/07/2014
Location:
NGI
Description
Talking and thinking about research interests at NGI, and fostering collaborative opportunities ...

Web seminar series - on OpenStreetMap (OSM)

Date
28/04/2014
Location:
Online
Description
An open event on OSM - a collaborative project creating a free editable world map ...

Royal Institute of Navigation NAV Conference series: Autonomous road vehicles

Date
29/04/2014
Location:
Nottingham
Description
A conference looking at developments in autonomous, or self-driving, road vehicles ...

Seismology from space - geodetic observations and early warning of earthquakes

Date
09/05/2014
Location:
London
Description
A one-day RAS meeting looking at blending space-based observations, seismology and GNSS, for natural hazard monitoring ...

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