Newsletter Editor: African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE)
Anthony Penderis is the editor of the AARSE Newsletter published bimonthly and distributed electronically to a select audience of more than 4 000 recipients. See below for more information on audience and advertising options. Samples of previous newsletters can be viewed at http://africanremotesensing.org/current-newsletters/ or click on images below.
The African Association of Remote Sensing of the Environment (AARSE) was founded in 1992 and registered in 2008 as an international Non-Government Organization (NGO) under Section 21 of the South African Companies Act 61 of 1973. AARSE has an international NGO Observer Status with the United Nations (UN) Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and the UN Committee on Peaceful Uses of Space (UN-COPUOUS) as well as official recognition by the African Union Commission.
The primary aim of AARSE is to increase the awareness of African governments and their institutions, the private sector and the society at large, about the empowering and enhancing benefits of developing, applying and utilizing responsibly, the products and services of Earth Observation Systems and Geo-information Technology.
AARSE presents an international conference biennially across Africa which is the largest and premier forum in the continent for researchers on remote sensing technologies and geospatial information science, gathering leading scholars from the remote sensing and related communities. So far conferences were held in Harare (1996); Abidjan (1998); Cape Town (2000); Abuja (2002); Nairobi (2004); Cairo (2006); Accra (2008); Addis Ababa (2010); El Jadida (2012); Johannesburg (2014); Kampala (2016); and Alexandria (2018). The next conference is scheduled for Rwanda in 2020.
AARSe Newsletter Reach/Audience
The AARSE Newsletter is published bimonthly and distributed electronically to a select audience of more than 4 000 recipients consisting inter alia of the following:
- African national space agencies and governmental research centres;
- Remote sensing and GEO-information academics and scholars at Africa’s top universities;
- Africa space technology associations & organizations;
- Key personnel at inter-governmental space organizations;
- Satellite communication companies;
- Foreign Space Agencies involved in space activities in Africa;
- Astronomy Observatories and Institutions;
- Private Companies investing in space in Africa;
- Most of the top space agencies worldwide i.e. NASA, ESA, UK, Japan, Germany, Canada, India, etc;
- Editors of all the world’s top satellite and space technology publications;
See samples of previous newsletters at http://africanremotesensing.org/current-newsletters/
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