Wed, 28 July|
Democratising Earth Observation by Making Smarter Satellites
Learn about the limitations in Earth observation satellites and how these limitations are being overcome with CEO of Spiral Blue, Taofiq Huq
Time & Location
28 July 2021, 11:00 am – 12:30 pm AEST
About the event
Humanity is facing immense challenges this century, including climate change, deforestation, and desertification. People are going out into the field to make measurements, flying drones, and installing internet of things devices in an effort to get an idea of what's really happening.
Earth observation satellites have the potential to enable much easier monitoring and management of our planet, but this technology has seen limited adoption to date. This talk will discuss some of the limitations in Earth observation satellites and how these limitations are being overcome.Speaker Biography
Mr Taofiq Huq is Founder and CEO of Spiral Blue, where he leads a dynamic team of space engineers and data scientists on a quest to make Earth observation more accessible. Originally founded in 2017, Spiral Blue has recently launched the first of its Space Edge Computers to orbit and is now awaiting the results of this in orbit demonstration. Mr Huq is also Advisor for Sperospace, a space robotics startup, and holds a Bachelors in Aerospace Engineering from the University of New South Wales.Using The Event Platform
The platform that will be used is Airmeet, and to maximise your value, the platform includes an online 'lounge room' for networking. To access this, you need to be on a desktop Chrome/Firefox browser.
Once you've entered the Airmeet, join a table. Here you can interact with other participants and hop between tables to meet new people and mingle!