Benefits of CRSS Membership

Becoming a member of the Canadian Remote Sensing Society opens you up to a wealth of benefits that will enrich your commitment to learning in the field of remote sensing. If you are unsure as to whether or not you should join our ever-expanding network of remote sensing professionals and experts, we invite you to take a look at the list of benefits outlined below:


Free online access to the archives of the Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing:

The Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing (CJRS) is the official journal of the Canadian Remote Sensing Society, a publication of the Canadian Aeronautics and Space Institute (CASI) and published by Taylor and Francis. The CJRS provides a forum for the publication of scientific research and review articles. The journal publishes topics including sensor and algorithm development, image processing techniques and advances focused on a wide range of remote sensing applications.


Discounts on registration for the annual Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing (CSRS):

The world of remote sensing technology is changing rapidly. Keep up to date on the latest remote sensing news, trends, and discoveries, by attending our annual symposium on Remote Sensing and benefiting from discounted registration. This June, the CSRS will be held in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. It is our hope that the meetings here will facilitate an exploration of ideas and forge productive partnerships.


Invitations to workshops and events hosted by our Regional Chapters

Ensure you are not missing out on valuable remote sensing workshops and events in your region by becoming a member of CRSS today. We currently have five regional chapters: Atlantic Region; Ottawa, Ontario; Toronto, Ontario; Lethbridge, Alberta; and, Kootenay Region in southern B.C.


Eligibility for our Annual Awards recognizing excellence in the remote sensing field:

We grant a number of awards annually at the Canadian Symposium on Remote Sensing to recognize significant new advances in remote sensing research, development, technology or applications, or a significant long-term contribution to the field of remote sensing in Canada.


Opportunities for students and mentors:

Are you a student enrolled in a Geography, Geomatics or Remote Sensing program? Not only do you benefit from the reduced membership rate of $25.00 per year, but you can capitalize on the opportunity to network with, and learn from, our vast community of remote sensing professional and experts.


Do not miss out on all these fantastic benefits — for just $50.00 a year you can become a member of CRSS. Join our national network of remote sensing professionals and explore new ideas, forge powerful partnerships, and be a part of the revolutionization of remote sensing research.