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The Annual Meeting of VIII-th All-Russian conference "Present problems of remote sensing from space".. / November 19, 2010 /
November 19, 2010 in NTs OMZ OAO Russian Space Systems was a meeting VIII-th All-Russian conference «Modern problems of remote sensing from space.»
Opened the plenary meeting Celine VA (JSC «Russian space systems,» Deputy Director-General Designer for CRP). Reports were presented Zaichko VA (head of department AKKiSU), Selina, VA (JSC «Russian space systems,» Deputy Director General Designer of CRP) Polanski, IV (Space Research Institute). After completing a speaker could not answer some questions from the audience.
At the end of the first part of the plenary session participants broke off on a tour of the demonstration of practical technologies Operator COP ERS. Conference participants had an opportunity to personally see the process of receiving information from the Russian satellite Resurs-DK1 "in real time, further reviews consistently acquainted with the work:
complex interactions with customers;
complex planning target of CS RS;
complex primary and digital information processing satellite Resurs-DK1;
complex thematic processing of spacecraft «Resurs-DK1» and others;
Complex processing "Meteor-M» № 1;
Complex admission and registration of space remote sensing information;
The second part of the plenary session VIII-th All-Russian conference "Modern problems of remote sensing from space has opened Urlichich YM (JSC «Russian space systems, General Director-General Designer), spoke on» the most promising projects and programs of a complex use of space tools to solve public problems. " After the report of the conference participants had the opportunity to ask questions of speaking. Answering the questions Urlichich YM briefly summarized and closed the exit session VIII-th All-Russian conference «Modern problems of remote sensing from space.»
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