The Second Spot4 (Take5) swinging workshop

CNES is inviting all the users of SPOT4-(Take5) data to a 2 days meeting in CNES Toulouse,  on the 18th and 19th of November 2014.

One year and a half after the experiment took place, and one year after the first SPOT4 (Take5) users meeting, it will be time to summarize the results obtained by SPOT4 (Take5) users and to conclude on the suitability of THEIA’s products for users, and on the applicability of Sentinel-2 data depending on the applications.

 So please save the date, and send an email to sylvia.sylvander@cnes.fr before the 15th of September, about whether you intend to participate and whether you intend to give a talk (with a title and a very short abstract).

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