The Intermediate Progress Review Meeting of “Forest Carbon Stock Assessment Using Geospatial Technologies” Project was successfully conducted

[Abstract]:The Intermediate Progress Review (IPR) Meeting of “Forest Carbon Stock Assessment using Geospatial Technologies” Project was successfully organized through a teleconference during 18th-19th January, 2021. Experts, as well as review team members from Bangladesh, China, Iran, Mongolia, Pakistan, Peru, Thailand, Turkey and the Review Board from APSCO Secretariat, participated in this meeting. In the Opening Session, Dr. Ferhat Fikri Ozeren, Deputy Director-General of Strategic Planning and Program Management Department of APSCO and Chairman of this meeting welcomed all delegates on behalf of APSCO Secretariat. He emphasized the importance of the pr…

NewsAPSCO Vol.18 for year 2020 is available now

[Abstract]:NewsAPSCO Vol.18 for year 2020 is available now

APSCO Distance Training on “Satellite Constellations”

[Abstract]:The APSCO Secretariat conducted the Distance Training Course on "Satellite Constellations" during December 09-10, 2020.The course on "Satellite Constellations" focused on showing the participants how a satellite constellation is designed, emphasizing the teaching of the basic concepts, providing them with all the relevant information to be able to carry out this process. The course was divided into two parts, the first part was offline, in which all participants received a three-hour video with the concepts and basic information needed to take the course online. The second part was online, information was exchanged through th…

The 14th Meeting of APSCO Council was held in Beijing virtually

[Abstract]:The 14th Meeting of APSCO Council was held in Beijing, China, during December 15-16, 2020, on virtual format. The Council Members and the Representatives of the Council Members from Member States: Bangladesh, China, Iran, Mongolia, Pakistan, Peru, Thailand and Turkey attended the Meeting.Mr Amer Nadeem, Chairman of APSCO Council, hosted the Meeting and welcomed the distinguished Council Members, their representatives and delegates from the Member States of APSCO. Madam Yu Qi, the Secretary-General of APSCO, presented the report of the Secretary General to the Council and shared on her insight on the development of the organization in the future. The …

APSCO/AIR-CAS Conducted Short Training on Remote Sensing Information Process and Urban Application

[Abstract]:APSCO and the Aerospace Information Research Institute, Chinese Academy of Sciences (AIR-CAS) have jointly organized online Short Training Course on Remote Sensing Information Process and Urban Application during November 16-20 and November 23-27, 2020, Beijing, China. Ms. Yu Qi, Secretary-General of APSCO, delivered welcome speech at the beginning of the training course on the first day. She sincerely appreciated the lecturer and participants for their diligent efforts and strong support.At the very beginning of the course, Professor Qingyan Meng, Doctoral Supervisor from AIR-CAS, gave a course introduction on China High Resolution Earth Observ…

Chairman of Council of the NPU visited APSCO Headquarters

[Abstract]:the NPU delegation led by Dr. Zhang Wei, the Council Chairman of the Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU) of China visited APSCO Headquarters in Beijing on 3 December, 2020. Ms. Yu Qi, the Secretary-General of APSCO, warmly welcomed the delegation. During the visit, Secretary-General, Ms. Yu Qi expressed her gratitude on NPU’s continuous support to APSCO in the past years, especially on the degree education, internship program, and co-organizing the 10th Year Anniversary of APSCO and the International Symposium in 2018. Ms. Yu indicated that APSCO, as an inter-governmental organization shall try to establish closer cooperation relationshi…

APSCO/NPU/BRAIA jointly organized the 2nd China Microsatellite Symposium

[Abstract]:Asia-Pacific Space Cooperation Organization (APSCO), Northwestern Polytechnical University (NPU) and Belt and Road Aerospace Innovation Alliance (BRAIA) successfully organized the 2nd China Microsatellite Symposium in end of November, on virtual format. The theme of the symposium was "Linking the World • Soaring the Space".The symposium was based on a series of aerospace science and technology videos shared via the official website of the China Microsatellite Symposium http://www.microsatchina.com. These videos were conducted by invited experts including 10 experts nominated by APSCO Member States, introducing appealing aerospace science an…

The First EGM on Feasibility Study Report of FMIS Project was successfully organized

[Abstract]:The First Expert Group Meeting on the Feasibility Study Report of “Flood Management Information System Project” was held through teleconference during 24-25 November, 2020. Experts from all Member States and the project management team from APSCO Secretariat participated in this meeting. Dr. Manop Aorpimai, Director General of the Department of Strategic Planning and Program Management, addressed the opening speech on behalf of APSCO Secretariat and welcomed all participants. He emphasized the importance and high priority of cooperative projects using satellite remote sensing data to tackle disaster problem, especially on flood that affects all …

APSCO Delegation Attended the Virtual UN-SPIDER Annual Conference

[Abstract]:APSCO delegation attended the United Nations International Conference on Space-based Technologies for Disaster Risk Reduction – ‘Lessons learned during the unprecedented pandemic situation, organized by the United Nations Platform for Space-based Information for Disaster Management and Emergency Response (UN-SPIDER), in Beijing, China – the UN-SPIDER Beijing Office by video conference from 24-25 November 2020.The conference was focus on sharing the lessons learned during an unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic situation, especially in employing space-based tools and geospatial information to curb the virus outbreak through precise information on hazards, …

APSCO-TUA Successfully Organized Distance Training on“Patched Three Body Approximation”

[Abstract]:The APSCO Secretariat and the Turkish Space Agency (TUA), jointly conducted the Distance Training Course on "Patched three Body Approximation" during October 26-30, 2020.The course was developed taking into account the designs of interplanetary or lunar missions; in general, it involved an analysis of the trajectory using the patch cone approach based on the problem of the two bodies of a celestial body and a spacecraft. The course mainly focused on novel dynamic effects of the three-body problem that can be used to design low energy trajectories that provide more flexibility and capacity in the design of space missions. Professor Tahs…
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