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  • Pecora ASPRS / ISPRS 2002 Conference
    Earth Observing Strategies R N Singh CSIR and AICTE India Future Intelligent Earth Observing Satellites G Zhou Old Dominion University M Kafatos Towards Integrated Earth Sensing The Role of In Situ Sensing R P Gauthier Canada Centre for Remote Sensing Canada P M Teillet and A Chichagov Utilizing Remote Sensed Data in a Quick Response System M Kafatos George Mason University R Yang and C Yang Intelligent Archive Concepts for the Future H Ramapriyan NASA Goddard Space Flight Center S Kempler C Lynnes G McConaughy K McDonald S Calvo R Harberts and L Roelofs Satellite Autonomy Chair Alok Das Air Force Research Lab 3 30 pm to 5 00 pm Room Tower Court C Second Level Tower Building This session describes concepts systems and algorithms for con veying intelligence to satellites vis a vis orbit control pointing accuracy mission planning and data acquisition scheduling On the Need for Dynamic Scheduling of Imaging Satellites J C Pemberton Viridian Inc L G Greenwald Spacecraft Autonomy Using Onboard Processing for a SAR Constellation Mission R Sherwood Jet Propulsion Lab S Chien and R Castano Autonomous Onboard Classification Experiment for the Satellite BIRD W Halle DLR German Aerospace Center CEOS ISPRS Joint Task Force on Radiometric and Geometric Calibration 5 30 pm to 7 30 pm Room Gold Mezzanine Level Tower Building Tuesday November 12 Onboard Data Processing Chair Raad Saleh 8 30 am to 10 00 am Room Tower Court C Second Level Tower Building Presentations will include programming logic and architecture for onboard strategies for automatic classification of sensor data Programmable Logic for Intelligent Onboard Processing L Hartman Canadian Space Agency E Edwards New Challenge of Remote Sensing Data Processing and Distribution for Future Earth Observing Satellite Systems J Qu George Mason University M Kafatos and R Yang Data Fusion the Core Technology for On board Data Processing Systems C Wang Chinese Academy of Sciences China J Qu and Z Liu On board Change Detection with Neural Networks M Spigai Alcatel Space Industries G Oller Advances in Planning and Scheduling of Remote Sensing Instruments for Fleets of Earth Orbiting Satellites J Dungan NASA Ames Research Center ISPRS Tutorial 2 These tutorials are free of charge Anyone registered for the conference is invited to attend on a space available basis New and Future Satellite Systems Long Chiu Goddard Space Flight Center George Mason Univ 8 00 am to 12 00 pm Room Denver Mezzanine Level Tower Building Sponsored by ISPRS WG I 4 Project scientists and administrators will present overviews of their new and or proposed satellite systems Systems that will be highlighted are AQUA V Salomonson NPOESS Preparatory Mission R Murphy Global Precipitation Monitoring System E Smith and M Shepard and Digitalglobe C Herring Worshops 8 12 ISPRS Forum 8 00 am to 12 00 pm Room Spruce Mezzanine Level Tower Building The State of the International Remote Sensing Industry A Community Forum Chair J Gabrynowicz University of Mississippi School of Law The remote sensing community has undergone important changes in recent

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    be covered on the exam Finally the workshop will identify resources which certification candidates should use in their exam preparation Workshop 6 Cost Effective Orthophotos Frank L Scarpace University of Wisconsin Madison 8 00 am to 12 00 pm 4 CEU hours Room Tower Court D Second Level Tower Building This workshop is designed to teach the Photogrammetry and GIS professional how to easily create and update orthophotos The workshop will discuss how to use existing maps and or orthophotos to create new orthophotos from new or historical aerial imagery The use of traditional ground control as well as creating DEMs from points breaklines exported from plotters will be discussed Quality control tools will be discussed to verify that the new orthophoto will overlay precisely with existing orthophotos Tools such as coordinate transformations of images DEMs and Shape files file type conversion and automatic color balancing of mosaicing will be extensively discussed Workshop 7 Airborne Remote Sensing A Fast track Approach to NEPA Streamlining for Transportation Karen Schuckman EarthData Technologies LLC Steven Mah ITRES Research Ltd Charles O Hara Mississippi State University 1 00 pm to 5 00 pm 4 CEU hours Room Tower Court D Second Level Tower Building Recent advances in digital photogrammetry and airborne remote sensing can be used to provide engineering scale mapping quickly and cost effectively High resolution high accuracy data can be acquired over large project areas for evaluation of multiple alternative corridors in the NEPA permitting process The challenge is to gain acceptance of technologies such as direct georeferencing with airborne GPS and inertial measurement units IMU lidar and hyperspectral imagery by state DOTs These new data types must be integrated into existing engineering and environmental assessment workflows The final results must meet stringent DOT accuracy specifications This workshop is based on a Technology Application Project conducted for the U S Department of Transportation Research and Special Programs Administration in cooperation with the National Consortium for Remote Sensing in Transportation North Carolina Department of Transportation ITRES Research Ltd and EarthData International of North Carolina Detailed results from the demonstration project including technical approach to data acquisition data processing accuracy assessment and quality assurance processes will be discussed Sample data sets will be distributed to workshop attendees Back to Top Tuesday November 12 Workshop 8 Hyperspectral Image Processing and Machine Learning based Feature Extraction Maximizing Geospatial Information Retrieval Through the use of Digital Imagery and a GIS William Farrand Farr View Consulting Stuart Blundell Visual Learning Systems Inc 8 00 am to 12 00 pm 4 CEU hours Room Silver Mezzanine Level Tower Building Imaging spectrometry commonly referred to as hyperspectral remote sensing provides high resolution spectral information for environmental and natural resource projects An experimental hyperspectral sensor is currently in orbit and operational orbital hyperspectral systems are planned In this workshop we will provide students with an introduction to imaging spectrometry hyperspectral image processing techniques and automated feature extraction to demonstrate how digital imagery can add value to maintenance of geospatial databases We

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    in product generation and delivery to the customer have enlarged the market base and penetration of satellite based remote sensing technology worldwide Although sensor performance may seem to be the driving factor with high ground resolution images now available to the civilian market it is a combination of these high sensor performances and much improved overall service to the user community that is enlarging the market base In parallel new products generated from the most recent new sensors onboard NASA and other space agencies spacecraft contribute greatly to our improved understanding of our planet s physical and biogeochemical environment A review of these new sensors and their relations to market enlargement as well as to Earth science research shows that the present combination of cooperation and competition worldwide is indeed a good recipe for progress Turning a Great Idea Into Real Science and Applications Mary Cleave NASA Viewing the Earth from space was a truly inspired idea But like all great ideas this one has taken a lot of work to realize its full potential NASA USGS and others have worked hard since the days of ERTS 1 to ensure Earth observation could be fully exploited for science and applications This has required a focus on calibration and validation and on expanding the spatial temporal and spectral coverage in scientifically useful ways And it has required the formation of a web of commercial interagency and international partnerships with both suppliers and users of Earth remote sensing data We have demonstrated the vast utility and potential of the view from space It remains for us to help remote sensing products become ubiquitous in the economy and in societal decision making generally Presentation of Pecora Awards The William T Pecora Award is presented annually by the Department of the Interior DOI and

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    experiences positive and negative applying imagery and remote sensing data for operational use in water quality and water management issues Mapping Changes in Flood Runoff Potential Along Colorado s Front Range Lynn E Johnson University of Colorado at Denver Liang Chen Wang and Treste Huse Use of Landsat Imagery to Develop a Water Quality Atlas of Minnesota s 10 000 Lakes Leif G Olmanson University of Minnesota WRC RSL Marvin E Bauer and Patrick L Brezonik Remote Sensing and Spatially Explicit Landscape Based Nitrogen Modeling Methods Development in the Neuse River Basin NC Ross Lunetta U S Environmental Protection Agency Richard Greene Spectral Properties of Pervious and Impervious Surface Christopher Small Columbia University Law Policy Room Silver Mezzanine Level Tower Building Security in Focus Chair Brett Alexander Office of Science and Technology Policy Geospatial information derived from satellites is a critical component of information superiority in military operations Separate military and reconnaissance space programs provide military and intelligence users with classified data and products However civilian and commercial land satellites can also provide sources of information that improve the ability of national governments to meet critical military and civilian mission requirements This panel will focus on issues and policies related to use of civilian and commercial imagery for national security purposes These may include shutter control export controls global and regional transparency and stability treaty verification strategic and tactical use of geospatial information on the battlefield imagery sharing in alliances and military civil and military commercial cooperation Panelists Liam Weston Ball Commercial Space Operations Timothy Stryker Nat Environmental Satellite Data and Info Service Robert Weber National Imagery and Mapping Agency Kevin M O Connell RAND Marc Berkowitz Department of Defense Natural Resources Landsat Current Status and Future Plans Chair Darrel Williams NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Room Tower Court B Second Level Tower Building This session addresses data acquisition strategies and imagery selection for monitoring and specific application requirements Challenges and benefits of integrating imagery from different sensors scales and times help better define imagery collection requirements The Landsat 7 Global Archive at EROS Data Center Jay Fuequay U S Geological Survey EROS Data Center Validation of the Landsat 7 Long term Acquisition Plan Terry Arvidson Lockheed Martin Jay Feuquay John Gasch Samuel N Goward Richard Irish Brian Markham and Darrel Williams Spatial Temporal Patterns of Landsat Data Held in the USGS National Satellite Land Remote Sensing Data Archive John L Faundeen U S Geological Survey EROS Data Center The RESOURCE21 Science Advisory Board Recommendations for a Global Observatory to Continue the Landsat Mission Heritage Samuel N Goward University of Maryland Alexander F H Goetz John Schott John Townshend Susan Ustin Kurt Thome Tom Koger and Robert Turner Boeing A Vision for Commercial Landsat Data Continuity Neal T Anderson Digital Globe Transportation Room Tower Court A Second Level Tower Building Traffic Flows Planning and Operations Chair Joel L Morrison The Ohio State University Remote sensing provides more information faster to planners and traffic engineers It helps develop information systems that can facilitate both short and long range highway and transit planning This session highlights the application of remote sensing data and information to improve the efficiency and safety of traffic flow through enhanced planning and operations Selected recent research results and future directions will be summarized in each area Improved estimates of VMT AADT O D travel patterns and land use demographic and economic data resulting from remotely sensed data are indispensable in planning modern transportation systems How many vehicles how fast and individual vehicle tracking from air and space borne platforms provides data to manage transportation systems Integrating and Analyzing Land Use Land Cover and Activity Information Using Remote Sensing Technology Jeff Tayman San Diego Association of Governments Traffic Planning Ian MacGillivray Iowa Department of Transportation retired Improved Transportation Operations Through the Use of Remote Sensing Walter Kraft Parsons Brinckerhoff Farradyne ISPRS LIDAR Systems and Performance Chair Mike Renslow Spencer B Gross Inc Room Century Mezzanine Level Tower Building The session illustrates the functionality of two off the shelf manufactures and two custom built systems Each has unique characteristics and capabilities such as intensity capture multiple returns mix and match return data with intensity ultra high density different pulse patterns etc The Capacity of the ALS40 Lidar System to Capture Multiple Return Lidar Data with Intensity Values R Roth LH Systems High Performance Airborne Lidar for Terrain and Bathymetric Mapping Technologies B Gutelius Optech The DATIS II Lidar System Combining Dense Terrain Data with Directly Acquired Imagery D Box 3di The Functionality and Performance of the ALTMS Lidar System D Cotter TerraPoint ISPRS WG I 2 Inflight Calibration of Spaceborne Imaging Sensors Radiometric Calibration Chair Manfred Schroeder DLR Remote Sensing Tech Inst Germany Room Denver Mezzanine Level Tower Building Presentations will address calibration of the SPOT 5 HRG and HRS cameras use of stellar sources to calibrate IKONOS radiometry the performance of ground based measurements for calibrating multispectral and hyperspectral sensors and a new system called TRUTHS for achieving unprecedented radiometric accuracy for Earth observation and solar studies Pre flight and In flight Calibration of SPOT 5 HRG and HRS Cameras E Breton CNES Absolute Radiometric Calibration of the IKONOS Sensor Using Radiometrically Characterized Stellar Sources H Bowen Space Imaging Radiometric Ground Truthing for Calibration Tests of Airborne and Satellite Sensors J Smith The Boeing Co Traceable Radiometry Underpinning Terrestrial and Helio Studies TRUTHS N Fox National Physical Laboratory FIEOS WG I 4 Satellite Concepts and Smart Sensors Chair Kent Wood Naval Research Lab Room Tower Court C Second Level Tower Building Presentations focus on self adaptive strategies for sensor application like cloud sensing operational weather forecasting and detecting the space environment Current Status and Future Tendency of Sensors on Earth Observing Satellites G Zhou O Baysal and P Kauffman Old Dominion University The Use of Adaptive Targeted Observations in Operational Numerical Weather Forecasting Z BoyBeyi D P Bacon and M L Kaplan SAIC Intelligent Instruments for the Space Environment M P Gough A M Buckley and E A Bezerra Univ of Sussex UK NASA s Earth Science Enterprise National Applications Chair Ron Birk NASA ESE Applications Division Room Spruce Mezzanine Level Tower Building This session will feature an in depth presentation and discussion of NASA s Earth Science Applications Program including the purpose approach partnerships and benefits to society Following the presentation Application Program Managers will be on hand to discuss the Applications Break 3 30 pm to 4 15 pm Back to the Top Concurrent Technical Sessions 3 4 15 pm to 5 45 pm Environment Environmental Threats Warnings and Treaties Chair Ray A Williamson The George Washington University Room Colorado Mezzanine Level Tower Building This session will present new methods and models incorporating imagery and remotely sensed data to identify environmental security threats and hazards and support international treaties Integrated Assessment of Food and Water Security Using Vegetation and Precipitation Anomaly Detection Thomas Parris ISciences Joshua Metzler Richard Cicone and Sargum Manley Modeling Land Cover And Carbon Stock Change In Southern Senegal Eric C Wood Raytheon ITSS EROS Data Center G Gray Tappan Abdoulaye Wele Maguette Kaire Bryan Pijanowski Snehal Pithadia and William Parton The Use of Remote Sensing Imagery for Evaluation of Post Wildfires Susceptibility to Landslide and Sediment Transport in the Salmon Challis National Forest Lemhi County Idaho USA Jacob Mundt Idaho State University D K Wheeler and N F Glenn Global Data Base for Geospatial Indicators Jeffrey Miller EarthSat David Cunningham Erwin Villager and Greg Koeln Law Policy Emerging Commercial Sectors Challenge and Promise Chair Suzette Beard Futron The remote sensing and geospatial industry has made important progress in recent years However it is still emerging and it can be expected that the industry s profile will continue to be a dynamic one This panel will address some of the more important changes occurring Government academic and industry perspectives are included and will address issues such as market forecasts public and commercial interests regulatory environment and USG data buys Panelists Charles Wooldridge U S Dept of Commerce NOAA Shaida Johnston NASA GSFC and George Washington University Bruce Quirk U S Geological Suvery EROS Data Center Regulatory and Policy Update Charles Wooldridge U S Dept of Commerce NOAA Public Good or Commercial Opportunity Case Studies in Remote Sensing CommercializationM Shaida Johnston NASA GSFC Joseph Cordes Continuing the Tradition the Landsat Data Continuity Mission LDCM Thomas M Holm U S Geological Survey EROS Data Center Bruce Quirk Darla Duval Jon B Christopherson Jeffrey G Masek Douglas McCuistion and James Irons A 20 year Commercial Satellite Remote Sensing Launch Forecast and Analysis Tool Linking Markets and Technology to Satellite Launch Demand Charles Murphy Futron Corporation Natural Resources International Crop Management Initiative Chair Bradley Doorn USDA Foreign Agricultural Service Room Tower Court B Second Level Tower Building This session focuses on international crop management initiatives where remote sensing is used These applications address unique geographic areas while providing solutions and methodologies that can be applied globally Radar and Optical Data Sensor Integration for Land Cover Extraction Barry Haack George Mason University Elizabeth Solomon and Nathaniel Herold Quantifying Gene Flow from Oilseed Rape to its Wild Relatives Using Remote Sensing Landsat TM Luisa Elliott NERC Environmental Systems Science Centre D Mason M Wilkinson and J Allaingu Mapping and Analysis of Human Dominated Ecosystems Billie Leff University of Wisconsin Categorization of Spring Wheat and Simulation of Crop Yields in Northern Kazakhstan Paul Doraiswamy USDA Agricultural Research Service Transportation Expediting Environmental Assessment for Project Delivery Chair Leni Oman Washington State Dept of Transportation Room Tower Court A Second Level Tower Building Transportation projects must often go through rigorous environmental reviews for approval Project specific actions may impact landscape level functions but few methods and tools exist for this scale of analysis Data availability and level of detail issues frequently slow the environmental assessment process This session will identify methods and tools that are currently available or in development that can help facilitate environmental assessment Panelists will discuss actions to improve the application of remote sensing to environmental assessment in transportation Assessing the Role of Remote Sensing Information for Streamlining Environmental Assessment in Transportation Charles Laymon Universities Space Research Association A Synthesis of Remote Sensing Applications for Environmental Assessment Roger King Mississippi State University Where Do We Go From Here A Panel Bob Crim Florida Department of Transportation Dominique Lueckenhoff Environmental Protection Agency Donald T Lauer U S Geological Survey Retired ISPRS WG I 2 Inflight Calibration of Spaceborne Imaging Sensors Geometric Calibration Chair Veljko Jovanovic NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory Room Denver Mezzanine Level Tower Building Topics will address an inflight generated geometric calibration data set for MISR the calibration history of IKONOS exterior orientation using star trackers gyros and GPS for determining absolute and relative attitude and the special methods used in the BIRD platform to calibrate instrument pixel orientation among different onboard sensors MISR Automatic Geometric Quality Assessment and Camera Geometric Model CGM Updates V Jovanovic NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory IKONOS Accuracy Without Ground Control G Dial Space Imaging IKONOS Geometric Accuracy Validation J Grodecki Space Imaging Design and Calibration of the BIRD Payload Platform R Schuster German Aerospace Center Germany ISPRS WG I 6 Large Format Digital Camera Technology Chair Brian Gorin BAE Systems Reconnaissance and Surveillance Room Century Mezzanine Level Tower Building The systems and topics to be discussed include the Digital Airborne Imaging System DAIS the Pixel Digital Mapping Camera PDMC the Airborne Digital Sensor ADS40 and summary estimates of digital camera positioning accuracy Ultra High Resolution 9216x9216 Pixel Digital Mapping Camera B Gorin BAE Systems Integrating Multiple Digital Cameras into a Large Format 4x7 Camera System David Fuhr Arizona Data Systems Inc Investigation for Mapping Accuracy of the Airborne Digital Sensor ADS40 T Yotsumata PASCO Corporation The State of Digital Cameras for Airborne Applications D Light PAR Government Systems FIEOS WG I 4 SAR Cluster Technology Chair Anthony Lewis Louisiana State University Room Tower Court C Second Level Tower Building Presentations describe parameters processing algorithms image precision and moving target detection using a SAR cluster system Influence of Cluster Satellite System Parameters on Imaging Precision S Huang China Univ of Electronic Science and Tech P R China X Zhang and B Zheng A SAR Parallel Processing Algorithm and its Implementation P Yiming China Univ of Electronic Science and Tech P R China L Hui and S Huang Detecting and Imaging Moving Targets From a Cluster SAR System W Lei China Univ of Electronic Science and Tech P R China G Liu and S Huang Back to the top Thursday General Session 3 8 00 am 9 00 am Directions in the Spatial Information Industry The RAND Studies and the ASPRS Industry Forecast Chair John C Trinder ISPRS Room Grand Ballroom I Second Level Tower Building This session summarizes the global efforts in developing information infrastructures and provides highlights of the major ASPRS study to determine the anticipated use of remote sensing imagery Integration of Spatial Technologies and Information into our Everyday Lives Beth Lachman RAND This presentation will overview potential future directions of the spatial technologies industry based on RAND analysis of marketplace technology and application trends Implications of international collaboration and spatial infrastructure development such as the Global Spatial Data Infrastructure will also be discussed Remote Sensing Industry Forecast James Plasker Am Soc for Photogrammetry Remote Sensing ASPRS ASPRS together with NASA and several other collaborating organizations is in the midst of producing a Ten year Remote Sensing Industry Forecast The study will include commercial market projections for data collection space based and aerial data processing tools and support services value added reselling and other product lines by market segment as well as projections of educational and work force demands and research and development trends The current status and findings of the study will be presented Back to the Top General Session 4 9 00 am 10 15 am Issues in Civil Remote Sensing Programs Chair Gregory W Withee Nat Oceanic Atmospheric Admin Room Grand Ballroom I Second Level Tower Building Space based remote sensing supports broad economic environmental and security goals at global regional and national scales USG agencies managing civil remote sensing programs provide continuos images of the Earth s surface used in agriculture forestry geology natural resource management coastal and marine resource management The three agencies with civil remote sensing responsibilities will convene in a panel to discuss current issues in managing the USG civil remote sensing programs Topics may include transition from research to operations future planning and requirements public private partnerships access and dissemination policy and international partnerships National Aeronautics and Space Administration Mary Cleave NASA Earth Science Enterprise United States Geological Survey Charles Groat U S Geological Survey National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Gregory W Withee Nat Oceanic Atmospheric Administration Back to the Top Break 10 15 am to 10 45 am Poster Showcase 2 The Applications Showcase and Posters will be available for viewing throughout the day 8 00 am to 6 00 pm Authors will be present to discuss their research during the morning break 10 00 am to 10 45 am Take advantage of this opportunity for more in depth interactive discussion with researchers or to set another time for discussion Most authors papers are on the Conference CD See Showcase Listing Concurrent Technical Sessions 4 10 45 am to 12 15 pm Disasters Hazards Remote Sensing Data and Information Requirements for Disaster Response Chair Roger Mitchell Earth Satellite Corporation Room Tower Court D Second Level Tower Building Presenters will discuss remote sensing data and information requirements from the perspective of the disaster response community including proactive speculative tasking tasking priorities policy pricing policies rapid response capabilities data sharing policies and derivative products Panelists Nate Smith US Agency for International Development Ron Langhelm Federal Emergency Management Agency Roger Mitchell Earth Satellite Corporation Environment Environmental Management Enforcement Geospatial Activities Impediments Chair Mark Egbert Colorado Dept of Public Health Room Colorado Mezzanine Level Tower Building This session will present activities and opportunities for imagery and remote sensing to meet and enforce environmental regulations as well as administrative and management issues and insights on adoption of geospatial tools in operational use Imagery Use in Environmental Enforcement Carrie Middleton US EPA Nat Enforcement Investigations Center Lawrence Friedl Using Commercial Remote Sensing Imagery in Support of Coastal Resource Management Steve Rayber NOAA Coastal Service Centerr Stereo IKONOS Imagery Applications to Support Surface Mining Regulatory Enforcement Kyle Bohnenstiehl U S Department of the Interior Ken Markowitz NEPA Applications and Environmental Legal Issues for Remote Sensing Ken Markowitz EarthPace LLC ISPRS WG I 2 Calibration and Characterization Proposed Standard Processes Part 1 Chair Bruce Davis NASA Stennis Space Center Room Denver Mezzanine Level Tower Building This session is the first of 2 to propose a set of standard measurements and processes for remote sensing system calibration and characterization Included in this session are presentations on spatial response and geopositional characterization as well as image simulation methods for requirements analyses Session Overview Bruce Davis NASA Remote Sensing System Requirements Development A Simulation Based Approach Vicki Zanoni NASA Spatial Characterization Methods Dennis Helder South Dakota State University Robert Ryan and Taeyoung Choi Geopositional Accuracy Characterization Methods Braddish Johnson U S Geological Survey Law Policy Remote Sensing Law and Policy Strengths and Weaknesses Chair Joanne Gabrynowicz University of Mississippi Room Silver Mezzanine Level Tower Building Remote sensing law and policy is expanding along with the science and applications of remote sensing itself This panel will address some of the strengths and weaknesses in the legal and policy foundation of remote sensing and geopolitical activities Subjects to be addressed include a comparison of some national data policies recent policy studies for increasing the use of remotely sensed data and information and intellectual property issues Striking a Delicate Balance Comparing National Data Policies for Managing High resolution Remote Sensing Data John C Baker RAND Ray A Williamson Policy and Institutional Frameworks for the Use of Remote Sensing A Review of Two NRC Reports Roberta Balstad Miller Columbia University Intellectual Property Law to Preserve Investor Value Strengths and

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    Thomas L Pagh Spencer B Gross Inc Measuring Change Associated with the Boston Central Artery Tunnel Project Kathleen L Hancock University of Massachusetts Amherst Transportation Applications Showcase Poster 2 These authors will be at their posters from 3 30 pm to 5 45 pm Satellite Remote Sensing and Transportation Lifelines Safety and Risk Analysis Along Rural Southwest Roads Douglas Fuller The George Washington University Michael Jeffe Ray A Williamson and Dalton James Development of Damage Detection Algorithms for the 1994 Northridge Earthquake Beverly Adams Imagecat Inc Transportation Hazards Research at the University of Utah George Hepner University of Utah AIRSTEP An Evaluation of Alternative Remote Sensing Technologies in Meeting Federal Requirements for Airfield Obstruction Identification Richard Watson University of New Mexico Theresa Kuntz and Karl Benedict Remote Sensing and Transportation Security Ray A Williamson The George Washington University Remote Sensing and GIS based Estimation of Dynamic Population Distributions for Evacuation Planning Demin Xiong Center for Transportation Analysis Assessment of Airborne LIDAR and Imaging Technology for Pipeline Mapping and Safety Applications C Vincent Tao York University Yong Hu and Jason Hu Rural Trafficability Enhancement An Application of Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Technologies Karl Benedict Earth Data Analysis Center Richard Watson and Nathaniel Todea Back to Top Thursday November 14 2002 10 00 AM to 10 45 AM Environment Applications Showcase Poster 2 Remote Sensing and Geospatial Applications for Watershed Delineation Dennis D Truax Mississippi State University Charles G O Hara and Gaurav Savant A Change Vector Analysis Technique to Monitor Land Use Land Cover in SW Brazilian Acre State R B Lorena National Institute for Space Research INPE J R Santos Yosio Edemir Shimabukuro I F Brown and H Kux Monitoring Northeastern United States Forest Condition Using Landsat Data James E Vogelmann Raytheon ITSS USGS EROS Data Center Preliminary Analysis using 1 km Integrated NDVI Local Variance and High Resolution Satellite Imagery to Assess Land Cover Performance in Senegal West Africa John Lewis McGill University Michael Budde Junhua Li G Gray Tappan and James Rowland Multi Scale Assessment of Pasture Degradation in Southeastern Pará Brazilian Amazon M C Thales Convenio Embrapa Amazonia Oriental CIRAD D S Alves J F Tourrand and R Poccard Chapuis Rangeland Assessment Hyperspectral Field Investigations and Application to Satellite Data Roland Geerken Yale University David Celis Nabil Bathika Zuheir Masri and Eddy DePauw Implementation of Remote Sensing for Decision Support Systems Ulf von Sydow Swedish National Land Survey Developing Impervious Surface Maps for the Mid Atlantic Region Using Landsat 7 Imagery John M Morgan Towson University Martin C Roberge and W Barnes ISPRS Posters 2 Analysis of RPC Representation of IKONOS Camera Model Jacek Grodecki Space Imaging Gene Dial Absolute Spectral Radiance Calibration Verification of an Airborne Multi band Radiometric Imaging System Edward Zalewski University of Arizona Mark Zenor and Robert Turner The Shuttle Radar Topography Mission Tom G Farr Jet Propulsion Laboratory Michael Kobrick Investigation of Direct Sensor Orientation for DEM Generation Naci Yastikli Yildiz Technical University Karsten Jacobsen Unmanned Small format Aerial Photography from

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    15 and attend a minimum of 16 hours of eligible sessions Registration for CEUs is being held during Conference Registration hours at the main Registration Area North Convention Lobby Second Floor Tower Building One CEU for every 10 hours of eligible sessions attended is awarded to CEU registrants Example 4 hours 0 4 CEUs Attendees can earn at total of 2 35 CEUs at this Conference Eligible sessions and hours

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    REQUIRED Homeland Security at NIMA Sue Kalweit National Imagery Mapping Agency NIMA NEW IDEAS Edward Ted Cope Nat Imagery Mapping Agency Special Support to Operation Enduring Freedom Tom Ager National Imagery Mapping Agency Special Mensuration Support Robert Chatman Raytheon Systems Inc Imagery Policy Procedures and Issues Laura Jennings National Imagery Mapping Agency MASINT Exploitation at NIMA Pam Serafino National Imagery Mapping Agency Illicit Narcotics Crop Detection Improved with Texture and Regression Tree Analysis Beth Skubis CNC Crops and Melissa Flanagan Space Imaging Applications of GENIE to Intelligence Problems John Szymanski Los Alamos National Laboratory Emergency Wildland Fire Mapping Support with National Technical Means Paul H Greenfield U S Forest Service Civil Applications Committee Overview of Current and Planned Activities Keith H Elliott U S Geological Survey Future Directions for Earthquake Forecasting Tom Bleier QuakeFinder LLC Commercial Imagery Processing Guide A Cold Fusion Approach to Sharing Image Processing techniques Marshall Worthey Booz Allen and Hamilton Development of Two New Algorithms for Facility Extraction and Area Delimitation Modeling using Multispectral and Hyperspectral Imagery Thomas T Humber Autometric Inc SORC USARSPACE Bruce Gerrick Boeing Autometric Inc SORC USARSPACE Classified Activities in the Last Frontier Alaska Christopher Noyles Bureau of Land Management The Global

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    physical sciences cartography and geographic information systems RMMC maintains the world wide distribution facility for more than 100 000 different maps open file reports and other products of the United States Geological Survey and other Federal agencies Tour limit 50 people Space Imaging Friday November 15 2002 9 00 am to 11 00 am Space Imaging is the premier end to end solution provider of visual information products and services derived from Earth imagery and aerial photography The company launched the world s first one meter resolution commercial imaging satellite IKONOS in 1999 Other products are produced from the Indian Remote Sensing satellites U S Landsat and Canada s RADARSAT DigitalGlobe Friday November 15 2002 1 30 pm to 3 30 pm DigitalGlobe is an imagery and information company located in Longmont Colorado DigitalGlobe is establishing a market leadership position by providing the highest resolution satellite imagery product offering the greatest collection capacity and the largest image size commercially available Currently there are no plans to launch a comparable commercial satellite until at least 2004 The company offers geographic information products through its digitalglobe com on line imagery store an Internet based global archive of geographic information available to commercial

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