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JACIE 2015 Presentations

Tampa, Florida

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Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Welcome - Greg Stensaas

Session 1: Benefits of JACIE

  • Steve Mackin — Analysis of sensor calibration and image quality using “data-driven” methods
  • Dennis Helder — Benefits of JACIE  and Developement of AUTOMATIC CLOUD MASK OVER Pseudo Invariant Calibration Sites (PICS) TO IMPROVE LANDSAT CALIBRATION

Session 2: Agency Speakers with Question and Answers

  • Brad Doorn, NASA —NASA Update
  • Tom Cecere, USGS — Land Remote Sensing Program Update – JACIE
  • Glenn Bethel, USDA — BethelUSDA_JACIE2015
  • Mitch Goldberg, NOAA — The Use of VIIRS for Environmental Intelligence

Session 3

  • Michele Kuester — Validation of the DigitalGlobe Surface Reflectance product
  • Becky Cudzilo Team SST — US’s VSWIR Imager Concept for Sustained Land Imaging
  • Trent Newswander — Thermal Infrared Earth Resource Monitoring Instrument SWaP Reduction
  • Dennis Helder — Landsat 8 OLI Relative Radiometric Correction Comparison Between On-Board Vicarious Techniques
  • Paul Bresnahan — Kompsat-3 Absolute Geolocation Accuracy Evaluation

Session 4

  • Justin Brooks — RiCOPTER: Sensor Technology
  • Ajit Sampath  — Geometric Characterization of WorldDEM data and Proba-V
  • Michele Kuester — Absolute Radiometric Calibration of the DigitalGlobe Constellation and updates on the new WorldView-3 Sensor Suite
  • David Allen — Measurement Services to Support Compact Hyperspectral Imagers
  • Karen Yuan  — Radiometric cross-calibration comparison of Ikonos, Quickbird, and MODIS

ASPRS Welcome Reception, Florida Aquarium

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

ASPRS / JACIE Plenary #1 Keynote Speakers

  • Dr. Luke Barrington
  • Mr. Stuart Blundell

Session 5

  • Jorge Gil — DEIMOS-2 post-launch radiometric calibration
  • Ajit Sampath — New Accuracy Measurement techniques for Lidar
  • Christian Mueller — DMC II Calibration & Geometric Sensor Accuracy

Session 6

  • Joe Mascaro — Everywhere, Every Day – Perspectivesthe Applications of a New Data Set
  • Dmitry Varlyguin —  Landsat-class Regional Mosaics for Improved Visualization, Monitoring, and Analysis
  • Christopher Neigh — Monitoring EO-1 Hyperion surface reflectance stability and sub-pixel heterogeneity in a pseudo-invariant desert site
  • Guy Serbin — Scene processing requirements for regional or country-wide image archives

Session 7

  • Ajit Sampath — A Look at  Spot 7 and SkySat Data
  •  Laurent Lebegue — Pleiades Satellites Image Quality in-orbit calibration and assessment
  •  Simon Kaplan — Infrared Calibration Transfer Standards for Flood and Collimated Sources
  • Peter Barren — WorldDEM the New Standard of Global Elevation Models

Exhibitor’s Reception
ASPRS Awards Ceremony

Thursday, May 7, 2015

Session 8

  • Jeff Czapala-Myer — The Radiometric Calibration of Earth-Observing Sensors Using RadCaTS
  • Andreas Brunn — RapidEye Imagery Performance Evaluation and Trending after more than 6 Operational Years in Space
  • Massimiliano Vitale — Positional Accuracy of RapidEye Ortho Image Products

ASPRS / JACIE Plenary #2  – Keynote Speakers

  • Timothy Stryker — National Civil Earth Observation Plans and International Capability
  • Jon Christopherson — Promises and Problems: The Worldwide Growth in Remote Sensing Capabilities

Session 9 (Open to ASPRS)

  • Byron Smiley — Geometric Radiometric Calibration Topics Relevant to Skybox Imaging
  • Chris Comp — WorldView-3 Geometric Calibration and Accuracy Update for DigitalGlobe Systems
  • Jorge Gil  — PanGeo Alliance The calibration of a multi-mission constellation
  • Ron Hayes — Landsat 8 Assessment after Two Years on Orbit
  • Mary Pagnutti — Radiometric Correction Workflow for Aerial Imaging Applications

Session 10

  • Bishwa Acharya — Estimating Accuracy of Data Generated Utilizing Multi-Temporal-Spectral-Spatial Imageris: A Case Study Related to Quantifying Spatial Distribution and Invasive Species
  • Bishwa Acharya — Spatial Resolution vs. Accuarcy of Impervious Surface Mapping in Different Geographic Regions of the United States
  • Adriaan Carter — Testing Radiance Calibration Methodology using aHigh Accuracy Blackbody Source and an AbsoluteCryogenic Radiometer
  • Paul Bresnahan — WorldView-3 Absolute Geolocation Accuracy Evaluation

Closing Remarks – Greg Stensaas