Events

SERVIR-Mekong is proud to present both locally organized, as well as industry-wide geospatial events.

Upcoming Events

Recent Events

Start: End: Location: Hanoi, Vietnam
SERVIR-Mekong, a USAID-NASA partnership, helps decision makers in the Lower Mekong Region utilize GIS and Remote Sensing information to inform climate related activities. SERVIR-Mekong is now…
Start: End: Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Organized by: The USAID & NASA partnered SERVIR-Mekong Program
Start: End: Location: Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam
Start: End: Location: Lao PDR
The Technical Advisory Mission (TAM) to Lao PDR was conducted in July 2015. The TAM follow up activity was organised from 25-29 July 2016 which included technical meetings with stakeholders, high…
Start: End: Location: Phnom Penh, Cambodia
SERVIR-Mekong, a USAID-NASA partnership, helps decision makers in the Lower Mekong Region utilize GIS and Remote Sensing information to inform climate related activities. SERVIR-Mekong is now…
Start: End: Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Organized and supported by: The USAID & NASA supported SERVIR-Mekong Program, United States Forest Service – Remote Sensing Applications Center (USFS-RSAC), ADB – Core Environment Program, and…
Start: End: Location: Bangkok, Thailand
Organized and supported by: The USAID & NASA supported SERVIR-Mekong Program, United States Forest Service – Remote Sensing Applications Center (USFS-RSAC), ADB – Core Environment Program,…
Start: End: Location: Thailand
Faced with climate change and variability, stakeholders in development need to address in an integrated way the concerns, which are common to both the fields of adaptation and disaster risk…
Start: End: Location: Online
NASA is holding a weekly webinar that will provide demonstrations and hands-on experience in using NASA remote sensing observations and flood mapping tools useful for flood management. Participants…
Start: End: Location: Thailand
The SERVIR-Mekong program is hosting a research seminar on sedimentation in the Mekong River. The featured speakers are visiting scientists from the U.S. National Aeronautics and Space Administration…