JACIE 2024 WORKSHOP
March 11-14, 2024
Land Imaging User Needs and Resources
User Needs | Capabilities | Analysis
Requirements Capabilities & Analysis for Earth Observations
The USGS National Land Imaging Program evaluates satellite capabilities to determine effective solutions for addressing civil agency and societal challenges, allowing land managers and policymakers to make informed decisions about natural resources and the environment. A user-centered, solution-driven approach creates a robust suite of innovative earth observation technology, data, and services.
Meetings and Workshops
Annual JACIE Workshops are sponsored by government agencies and allow remote sensing experts to discuss system capabilities, calibration, and the impacts of data quality on various applications. The 2024 workshop will be held on March 11-14, 2024 at the USGS Headquarters in Reston, Virginia.
Visit the JACIE 2024 Workshop webpage to learn more about JACIE 2024.
Imagery Quality Assessment
We assess the quality of commercial high-resolution satellite imagery and provide the results in a series of system characterization reports.
Explore Landsat Science Products
Landsat science products provide analysis ready data, including surface reflectance, surface temperature, aquatic reflectance, dynamic surface water extent, fractional snow covered area, burned area, and provisional actual evapotranspiration.
Look for Data
Landsat and other land imaging products are available from multiple data portals, including EarthExplorer, commercial cloud access, and the EROS Science Processing Architecture On Demand Interface (ESPA), which supports higher-level data processing requests.