The International Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology and User Forum (SBD Day)
The International Satellite-Derived Bathymetry Technology and User Forum is coming to the Sunshine Coast from 14–16 May 2019.
The forum is informally known as SDB Day 2019, and hosted by EOMAP—the world's leading company in professional aquatic remote sensing applications. EOMAP provides habitat and seafloor mapping, water quality assessments, imagery, and Satellite-Derived Bathymetry (SDB).
The meeting will enable users and providers exchange information on current and future developments. It promises to be an exciting event, with attendees representing a good cross section of marine industry, government agencies, hydrographic offices, environmental consultancies, defence, and academia.
Abstract submission has now closed, but you can still register to attend here. AusSeabed will be presenting at the forum.