ToDrinQ is excited to participate in the prestigious 2024 IEEE International Geoscience and Remote Sensing Symposium, set to take place from July 7-12 in Athens, Greece. This year’s theme, “Acting for Sustainability and Resilience,” aims to bring together over 2,500 esteemed scientists and professionals from the remote sensing community worldwide to foster discussions on sustainable development and resilience. In collaboration with the National Technical University of Athens, ToDrinQ EU will present a ground-breaking paper titled “Early Warning System for Nutrient Run-off in Open Water Bodies: A Methodological Framework Utilizing Earth Observation Data.”

The symposium will provide an invaluable platform for exchanging ideas, sharing experiences, and mentoring the next generation of scientists, with a focus on research and investments in remote sensing for sustainable development. The event aligns with the United Nations 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, featuring scientific publications, lectures, presentations, and forums specialized in remote sensing.

Hosted by the National Observatory of Athens and supported by the National Technical University of Athens and the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas, IGARSS 2024 promises to be a cornerstone event for professionals, industry representatives, startups, and students worldwide, offering insights into the latest research and technological advancements in space and its applications. For more information, visit the congress website.