W h o ar e th e ARSF? Simon Roberts

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W h o ar e th e ARSF? Simon Roberts
Welcome
Welcome to the NERC
Airborne Remote Sensing Facility
2004 Workshop
W h o a r e t h e A R S F?
David Davies: Co-pilot / chief engineer
W h o a r e t h e A R S F?
Ivana Barasin: Data analyst
W h o a r e t h e A R S F?
Simon Roberts: Systems operator
W h o a r e t h e A R S F?
Carl Joseph: Chief pilot / operations manager
The ARSF mission
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Provide airborne remote sensing data
in support of interdisciplinary
environmental research, survey and
monitoring
The ARSF mission
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Provide airborne remote sensing data
in support of interdisciplinary
environmental research, survey and
monitoring
Training should be a key element of
data acquisition
The ARSF mission
•
•
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Provide airborne remote sensing data
in support of interdisciplinary
environmental research, survey and
monitoring
Training should be a key element of
data acquisition
ARSF seeks to promote awareness of
techniques across various
communities
How the ARSF operates
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Announcement of Opportunities
(currently 1 November 2004)
How the ARSF operates
•
•
Announcement of Opportunities
(currently 1 November 2004)
Peer review of applications to ensure
the best science is supported
How the ARSF operates
•
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•
Announcement of Opportunities
(currently 1 November 2004)
Peer review of applications to ensure
the best science is supported
Facility / user contact to refine
requirements and flight plans
How the ARSF operates
•
•
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Announcement of Opportunities
(currently 1 November 2004)
Peer review of applications to ensure
the best science is supported
Facility / user contact to refine
requirements and flight plans
Data processing and delivery
(now performed from Kidlington)
Summary & future work
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ARSF has recently had significant
staff changes
Summary & future work
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ARSF has recently had significant
staff changes
Data processing work has relocated
to Kidlington
Summary & future work
•
•
•
ARSF has recently had significant
staff changes
Data processing work has relocated
to Kidlington
Soon to obtain a new hyperspectral
instrument and there is increasing
synergy with FAAM
Summary & future work
•
•
•
•
ARSF has recently had significant
staff changes
Data processing work has relocated
to Kidlington
Soon to obtain a new hyperspectral
instrument and there is increasing
synergy with FAAM
Future workshops will contain a
significant training element
Contact us
Please get in touch with us on:
[email protected]
01865 374391

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