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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THE NSSA Provides 30 Service and Studies for Nearly 25 Organizations

Working to allow national authorities to benefit from space science information and application, the National Space Science Agency (NSSA) has obtained the latest positioning devices, which will enhance the accuracy of location information received from satellites to within ten centimeters.
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NSSA Lab Projects

NSSA data analysts use advanced image processing methods and specialized software to extract valuable information based on stakeholders needs from satellite images and can furthermore integrate geospatial information acquired with different spatial and spectral resolutions to produce data that contains more detailed information than each of the sources individually.
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Collaboration with ROPME and UOB on Oil Spill Detection Project

The National Space Science Agency in collaboration with the Regional Organization for the Protection of The Marine Environment (ROPME), based in Kuwait, Marine Emergency Mutual Aid Center (MEMAC), based in the Kingdom, Supreme Council for Environment (SCE), Supreme Council for Woman (SCW) and University of Bahrain (UOB) are working on a joint project titled “Automation Monitoring System for Oil Spill Detection in the Arabian Gulf.”
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NSSA Lab Analysts visit to Zayed University

The National Space Science Agency, represented by Engineer Ebrahim Al-Burshaid, visited Zayed University laboratory in the United Arab Emirates.Zayed University Laboratory's main initiative is to enable and catalyze interdisciplinary research efforts that advance understanding of hyperspectral processes and spatial relationships emphasizing earth and planetary environmental systems through improved theory, methods, technology, data, and community outreach. The laboratory’s primary focus initially is on hyperspectral analysis.
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