Satellite data used to map greenhouses

A team of young national competencies working at the NSSA lab for Processing Satellite Images and Data, was able to conduct a study to inventory the number and precise location of greenhouses in Bahrain, their spatial distribution amongst four governorates, as well as forecast their total area for 2020, using spatial imagery and data.
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Surveying the number of Palm Trees in the Kingdom using Space Data and AI

Based on high-resolution photos and precise space data, the National Space Sciences Agency (NSSA) has undertaken a census to examine the number of palm trees throughout the kingdom. The study is in keeping with the NSSA's strategic goal of addressing national needs by delivering space data and earth observation information that support the national comprehensive development agenda and advance space science.
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About 257 Thousand Palm Trees in Bahrain and the Western Regions are on Top

In pursuit of employing capabilities of its employees to meet the relevant national needs by making use of space science in the service of one of the sustainable development goals related to food security, a team of young national competencies was able to employ artificial intelligence techniques in the automatic monitoring of all palm trees existing on the land of the Kingdom of Bahrain.
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Work is Ongoing to Launch the First Bahraini Satellite in 2021

CEO, Dr Mohamed Al Aseeri, emphasized that the fulfilment of the vision of His Majesty King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa, the country's beloved ruler, to bring Bahrain to the ranks of advanced countries in the field of space science in order to achieve comprehensive and sustainable development, is the essence of the Agency's work.
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Employees Excel in Artificial Intelligence in the Russian Federation

Two employees, Engineer Muneera Al Malki and Technician Shaima Al Meer, participated in a training program entitled 'Foundations of Artificial Intelligence', recently organized by the University of Saint Petersburg in the Russian Federal Republic. Their participation in this course was a result of NSSA's keen interest to achieve the directives of His Majesty the King to give more attention to future sciences, including space sciences, technologies and artificial intelligence, and an effort on the part of NSSA to enable its own national young cadres to excel in such sciences.
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Supporting Employees Joining the Artificial Intelligence Academy

The Artificial Intelligence Academy at Bahrain Polytechnic announced the first 28-member group, out of a total of 126 students who applied to join the Academy. Candidates were selected subject to specific standards that are subject to evaluation by the selection committee, which comprises representatives from Bahrain Polytechnic, Microsoft and Tamkeen. One of the accepted students is a National Space Science Agency (NSSA) employee, Ms. Shaima Al-Meer.
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Specialized Artificial Intelligence Workshop for NSSA Employees

In an attempt to keep pace with the fourth industrial revolution of the Kingdom, and in light of the government's approach to the necessity of employing artificial intelligence techniques and making optimal use of AI to develop business, the National Space Science Agency organize a 2-day workshop for its employees led by Engineer Mohamed Boualay titled “Artificial Intelligence Techniques and Python Software” in an attempt to potentially link artificial intelligence to their work and to apply it in the areas of space science and applications.
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