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JACIE 2012 Civil Commercial Imagery Evaluation Workshop

Date: April 17 – 19, 2012

Location: Fair Oaks Marriott Hotel, Fairfax, VA

 

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AGENDA

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

8:00 AM Registration
9:00 AM Welcome Greg Stensaas 11th Annual Joint Agency Commercial Imagery Evaluation Workshop
9:10 AM Keynote Dr. Waleed Abdalati Chief Scientist, NASA
Coinciding Videos
     – air_traffic Keynote
     – Jakobshavn
     – nasm_fleet03
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10:00 AM Break
10:15 12:00 PM Government Sponsor Session: Moderator Greg Stensaas
10:15 AM NASA Lawrence Friedl Applied Sciences Program, NASA Headquarters
10:40 AM NOAA Mitch Goldberg Chief of the Satellite Meteorology and Climatology Division
11:05 AM USDA Glenn Bethel Remote Sensing Advisor
11:30 AM USGS Frank Kelly Director, USGS EROS
12:00 PM Lunch (provided with registration) Set up posters
1:30- 3:00 PM Panel Discussion: “Precision Analysis Supporting Decision-Makers,” Moderators Thome and Stensaas
  Agency Representatives
3:00 PM Break
3:15- 5:00 PM SPOTLIGHT Session: 15 minute updates, Chair Kurt Thome
3:15 PM 12.014 Stephens, Paul DMCii New Sensors; update on developments in the DMC Constellation
3:30 PM 12.019 Fonseca, Dr. Leila M. G. and Liporace, Frederico INPE Brazilian EO Satellite Program Update
3:45 PM 12.020 Brunn, Andreas RapidEye AG Recent Calibration and Validation activities at RapidEye
4:00 PM 12.038 Mulawa, Dr. David GeoEye GeoEye Geolocation Assessment and Reporting Update for 2011
4:15 PM 12.012 Neumann, Klaus Intergraph Z/I Deutschland GmbH Update on high resolution aerial mapping cameras
4:30 PM 12.025 Thomassie, Brett DigitalGlobe Incorporated DigitalGlobe Incorporated Satellite and Aerial Program Update
4:45 PM Wrap Up Q&A, Closing Remarks, Greg Stensaas & Kurt Thome
5:00 -7:00 PM Poster Session/Reception
  Evening Activities as desired (on your own)

  Wednesday, April 18, 2012

8:00 AM Registration
8:30 AM Welcome Stensaas/Thome    
8:30-9:45 AM Session 1: Hi-Resolution, Chair Cal Hagan
8:30 AM 12.018 Léger, Dominique Onera – the French Aerospace Lab On-orbit MTF and defocus assessment methods applied to SPOT5 cameras
8:50 AM 12.002 Freedman, Ellis Serious Science, LLC A Constant MTF Resampler
9:10 AM 12.036 Griffith, Doug NGA General Image Quality Equation (GIQE)
9:30 AM 12.039 Podger, Dr. Nancy GeoEye Image Quality Performance of the GeoEye-1 High Resolution Imaging Satellite
9:45 AM Break
10:00-11:40 AM Session 2: Hi-Resolution, Chair Paul Bresnahan
10:00 AM 12.015 Mackin, Steve DMCii Radiometric Calibration of the high spatial resolution NigeriaSat-2 Satellite VHRI
10:20 AM 12.023 Hopwood, Drew Astrium GEO-Information Services Post Launch Commissioning and Testing of Pléiades 1
10:40 AM 12.040 Mattox, Preston GeoEye GeoEye-1 New Sensor Mode – 1×2 Multispectral Pixel Aggregation
11:00 AM 12.047 Schiller, Stephen Raytheon Space and Airborne Systems IN-Flight Performance Assessment Of Imaging Systems Using The Specular Array Radiometric Calibration (SPARC) Method
11:20 AM   Q&A  Sessions 1 & 2  
11:40 AM Keynote  Rebecca Moore Google Earth Engine: Petabyte-scale Processing Over Earth Observation Data for Societal Benefit
12:30 PM Lunch (provided with registration)
1:30-3:30 PM Session 3: Hi-Resolution, Chair Dave Case
1:30 PM 12.003 Snyder, Greg USGS Results of The National Enhanced Elevation Assessment
1:50 PM 12.035 Dellagnello, Marzio NGA NGA Multinational Geospatial Co-Production (MGCP) Program overview & Commercial Imagery
Commercial Imagery Overview, by Michael Franklin
2:10 PM 12.034 Bresnahan, Paul NGA Geolocation Accuracy Re-Evaluations of GeoEye-1 and QuickBird-2
2:30 PM 12.028 Broderson, Dayne Geographic Information Networks of Alaska Statewide Alaska Orthoimagery and Elevation Mapping Programs – Status and Results from Year 1
2:50 PM 12.016 Lee, Seungwoo Satrec Initiative Automated Measurement of SNR of High Resolution Satellite Images
3:10 PM   Q&A Session 3  
3:30 PM Break
3:45-5:00 PM Session 4: Hi-Resolution, Chair Jon Christopherson
3:45 PM 12.031 Ryan, Robert Innovative Imaging and Research Corp. Extending the Operational Envelope of Electro-optical Imaging Systems to Include Pre-sunrise and Post-sunset Operation
4:05 PM 12.000 Wagner, Ruedi, presented by Neumann, Klaus Geospatial Solutions Division The Leica RCD30 medium format camera – A new approach to camera calibration
4:25 PM 12.001 Passini, Dr. Ricardo  Bae Systems GP Accuracy and Radiometric Study on Latest Generation Large Format Digital Fram CamerasCoinciding paper to above presentation by Dr. Ricardo Passini
4:45 PM Wrap up Q&A/Recap Sessions 3 & 4, Closing Remarks  
5:00 PM Close
6:00 PM No Host Dinner (on your own) at the traditional “Champps.”

Thursday, April 19, 2012

8:00 AM Registration
8:30 AM Welcome Jon Christopherson  
8:35-10:15 AM Session 5: Active Sensors, Chair Jon Christopherson
8:35 AM 12.024 Howard, Brant CompassData, Inc. Remotely Sensed Ground Control Points
8:55 AM 12.045 Tighe, M. Lorraine Intermap Technologies Seamless Fusion of Lidar, Radar and Optical Terrain Data
9:15 AM 12.044 Tighe, M. Lorraine Intermap Technologies Comparison of X-Band Airborne and Spaceborne Imagery
9:35 AM 12.049 Robinson, Dirk Skybox Imaging, Inc. An introduction to the Skybox Earth-observation imaging platform
9:55 AM   Q&A/Re-cap  Session 5    
10:15 AM Break
10:30-12:15 PM Session 6:  Medium-Resolution, Chair Mike Benson
10:30 AM 12.027 Guenther, Bruce NASA GSFC Status of NPP VIIRS On-orbit Calibration and Performance
10:50 AM 12.048 Chander, Gyanesh RST EROS Applications of Spectral Band Adjustment Factors (SBAF) for Cross-calibration
11:10 AM 12.030 Pagnutti, Mary Innovative Imaging and Research Corp. Landsat Data Continuity Mission and Sentinel-2 Multi-Spectral Instrument Image Product Simulations for Sensor Comparisons and Data Fusion Research
11:30 AM 12.046 Dykstra, Jon MDA Information Systems, Inc A Comparison of Landsat and RapidEye Imagery for Use in Correlated Land Change (CLC) Analysis
11:50 AM   Q&A Session 6  
12:15 PM Lunch (provided with registration)Take posters down
1:45-3:25 PM Session 7:  Medium-Resolution, Chair Curt Reynolds
1:45 PM 12.013 Brindle, Laura DMCii Radiometric Calibration of the 22m GSD Nigeriasat-X satellite sensor using combined cross-calibration results over Dome-C and Libya 4
2:05 PM 12.041 Helder, Dennis SDSU Absolute Calibration of Optical Sensors Using Pseudo Invariant Calibration Sites – Initial Concepts
2:25 PM 12.011 Adams, Victoria, presented by Emily Pindilli Booz Allen Hamilton Improving the Way the Government Does Business: The Value of Landsat Moderate Resolution Satellite Imagery in Improving Decision-Making
2:45 PM 12.037 Serbin, Guy InuTeq LLC Optical and Thermal Requirements for Agricultural and Environmental Remote Sensing
3:05 PM   Q&A Session 7  
3:25 PM  Break
3:40-5:20 PM Session 8:  Medium-Resolution, Chair Dave Kohlbrenner
3:40 PM 12.021 Zakzeski, Audra NASS/USDA Improving Agricultural Landcover Classification in the Cropland Data Layer Using the Disaster Monitoring Constellation
4:00 PM 12.022 Hopwood, Drew Astrium GEO-Information Services Using Deimos-1 & UK-DMC2 to Monitor U.S. Crop Conditions During the 2011 Crop Season
4:20 PM 12.032 Pirondini, Fabrizio DEIMOS Imaging S.L.U. Data Quality of Deimos-1 & UK-DMC2 Imagery for the Monitoring of 2011 US Crop Season
4:40 PM 12.005 Sampath, Ajit RST EROS Assessment of UK-DMC-2, RE, SPOT-5, and RS-2 accuracy
5:00 PM   Q&A/Recap Sessions 7&8  
5:20 PM Discussion and Conference wrap-up – Greg Stensaas…Drawings, must be present to win!
5:30 PM Close. Thanks for attending JACIE 2012

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Posters:

Broderson, Dayne 12.028 Geographic Information Network of Alaska Statewide Alaska Orthoimagery and Elevation Mapping Programs – Status and Results from Year 1 (58 MB)
Brindle, Laura 12.013 DMC International Imaging Ltd. Radiometric Calibration of the 22m GSD Nigeriasat-X satellite sensor using combined cross-calibration results over Dome-C and Libya 4.
Chander/Sampath Gyanesh/Ajit 12.006 RST EROS Assessment of the NASA-USGS Global Land Survey (GLS) Datasets
Chander Gyanesh 12.008 RST EROS Radiometric Cross-calibration of EO-1 ALI with L7 ETM+ and Terra MODIS Sensors Using Near-simultaneous Desert Observations
Johnson, Shawana 12.026 Global Marketing Insights, Inc. Intelligent Data Exploration and Analytics System I.D.E.A.S. ™ for Data and Model Discovery and Access
Leger, Dominique 12.018 Onera – the French Aerospace Lab On-orbit MTF and defocus assessment methods applied to SPOT5 cameras
Mattox, Preston 12.040 GeoEye, Inc. GeoEye-1 New Sensor Mode – 1×2 Multispectral Pixel Aggregation (41 MB)
Pirondini, Fabrizio 12.032 Deimos Imaging S.L.U. Data Quality of Deimos-1 & UK-DMC2 Imagery for the Monitoring of 2011 US Crop Season
Pirondini, Fabrizio 12.050 Deimos Imaging S.L.U. Deimos-2: cost-effective, very-high resolution multispectral imagery
Serbin, Guy 12.037 InuTeq LLC Optical and Thermal Requirements for Agricultural and Environmental Remote Sensing
Seungwoo, Lee 12.016 Satrec Initiative Automated Measurement of SNR of High Resolution Satellite Images
Thomassie, Brett 12.025 DigitalGlobe Incorporated DigitalGlobe Incorporated Satellite and Aerial Program Update
Tighe, Lorraine 12.044 Intermap Technologies Comparison of X-Band Airborne and Spaceborne Imagery
Tighe, Lorraine 12.045 Intermap Technologies Seamless Fusion of Lidar, Radar, and Optical Terrain Data
Williams, Darrel 12.051 Global Science & Technology, Inc. Mission Concept To Enhance Global Temporal Repeat Coverage at Landsat Resolution
Mackin Steve 12.075 DMC International Imaging Ltd. Characterisation of the sources of uncertainty over the Dome-C and Libya 4 Test Sites

 

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