International Conference on Machine Intelligence for GeoAnalytics and Remote Sensing (MIGARS)

MIGARS aims to explore the interface of machine intelligence approaches with geosciences, spatial analytics, and remote sensing. With the tremendous developments in remote sensing technology, data acquisitions and sensing platforms, digital data have grown leaps and bounds to stream and are too big by volume, variety, and veracity. The challenge is handling, processing, and automating geo-data from various sources, such as multi-platform remote sensors and Internet-of-Things devices, informing decision-making and monitoring our planet.

The conference focuses on connecting researchers from various disciplines, including computation/artificial intelligence, engineering, remote sensing, hydrology, agriculture and geosciences, and looking for the potential use of intelligent computational approaches for geo-data-based applications and serving society at large.