Day 1

TUESDAY, 6 MARCH 2018

MC – Dr Michelle Dickinson

 
 

 

Registration from 8.30am

Mihi whakatau 9.15am


Morning

  • Formal welcome and introduction of the Minister
    Dr Peter Crabtree, GM – Science, Innovation and International, MBIE  
     
  • Welcome
    Hon David Parker, Minister for Economic Development
     
  • Copernicus Programme
    Dr Astrid-Christina Koch, European Commission
     
  • Earth observation programmes - Focus on SAR and climate change
    Alexander Kaptein, Airbus Defence and Space
     
  • Sentinel Hub: Making Earth observation available to all New Zealanders
    Grega Milcinski, Sentinel Hub
     
  • Digital Earth Australia: Making Earth observation available to all New Zealanders
    Trent Kershaw, Geoscience Australia
     
  • Panel: Making Satellite Earth observation available to all New Zealanders
    Grega Milcinski, Sentinel Hub
    Trent Kershaw, Geoscience Australia
    Rafael Kargren, CSST
    Dr Dragos Bratasanu, LINZ
    Dr David Pairman, Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research

Afternoon

  • Mapping New Zealand: Land Information New Zealand (LINZ) Programmes
    Graeme Blick, Andrew Ferrel, Bjorn Johns
     
  • Operational processing and satellite remote sensing: Manaaki Whenua Landcare Research
    Dr David Pairman, Dr John Dymond
     
  • Centre for Space Science Technology (CSST) Strategy and Vision
    Steve Cotter, CSST
     
  • Strategic space, regional development and collaboration opportunities for New Zealand
    Stephen Canny, Venture Southland
     
  • Q&As with the day's speakers
     
  • Close

6.30pm Gala Dinner

Foxglove Bar & Kitchen, 33 Queens Wharf, Wellington

 

Day 2

WEDNESDAY, 7 MARCH 2018

 

8.30am arrival for 9.00am start

Parallel sessions will be offered on the second day

Session 1

  • Practical applications for agriculture, forestry and other industries
  • Workshop: Establishing a New Zealand satellite Earth observation community facilitated by Dr Andrew Cleland, Chief Executive, Royal Society Te Apārangi                      

Session 2

  • Mapping and Monitoring of land and marine environments
  • New space – Nano-satellites and accessibility to space for New Zealand

Session 3

  • Big-data, AI and machine learning
  • Workshop: Towards a Ten Year Earth Observation Strategy for New Zealand  facilitated by Dr Andrew Cleland, Chief Executive, Royal Society Te Apārangi

Session 4

  • Panel – Remote sensing for conservation and climate change management

 

Please note that the Colloquium Partners reserve the right to make changes to the programme without notice.


The two-day colloquium is fully catered. Te Papa’s executive chef Bernd Lippmann has designed a menu for our guests which will include morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. Tea and coffee will also be available throughout the day.