ACTIVITY: Kick-off briefing (Webinar)
The purpose of this activity is to brief participants on the Singapore Space Challenge. The web briefing will span over 1 hour and will cover:
- Registration statistics
- Objective of the challenge
- The scoring system
- Workshop details
- Submission details
- Keydates to note
- QnA session for participants to clarify
ACTIVITY: NUS CRISP Visit (By Registration Only)
The purpose of this workshop is to develop a thorough understanding amongst participants about the field of satellite remote sensing at the Centre for Remote Imaging, Sensing and Processing (CRISP).
- A visit to remote sensing ground station @NUS
- An introduction to CRISP
- Learn how CRISP receives and process remote sensing data from satellites
ACTIVITY: NTU’s EOS Visit (By Registration Only)
The purpose of this workshop is for participants to learn more about geohazards in the Asia Pacific and how to leverage acquired scientific knowledge to face them. The Earth Observatory of Singapore (EOS) is the lead facility in the research on regional geohazards.
Participants will also get a chance to understand the problems faced by users of satellite data and how they envision future usage of satellite data will be like.
This is a great opportunity for participants to narrow down the problems associated with satellite systems and data and focus on solutions to solve it.
ACTIVITY: Meet-the-Expert Workshop (By Registration Only)
The purpose of this activity is for participants have a sit-in session with the mentors to discuss research questions, idea, concepts and written protocols. This is a great chance for participants to review their proposed design and specifications with the mentors!
The session will be carried out over 3 days to accommodate participation from more than 100 students.
Details of the session are as below:
Date: 23rd – 25th November 2018
Location: Singapore Expo, Hall 1 & 2, SSTA Booth
[In conjunction with The Singapore-Global Firefighters & Paramedics Challenge (SGFPC) and The Lifesavers’ Connect (LSC)]
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