23. September 2019 - 9:00 till 16:30
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EROS CalVal Center of Excellence (ECCOE) Workshop | USGS, Reston Dallas Peck Auditorium | Monday, 23. September 2019

Optical Satellite Calibration and Quality Comparison:
How good are Smallsat Data?
Heritage systems such as Landsat have historically provided high quality data for a variety of purposes and especially for science applications.  New to the remote sensing scene are the commercial 'smallsat' instruments which are often lower cost, higher volume systems.  Can these systems be used for demanding applications requiring a high degree of calibration?  To what degree can these systems be characterized and calibrated to be used in science quality applications?  What optimal calibration strategies need to be developed and implemented to achieve these goals?  These questions and more will be addressed in this workshop. 

Attendees are free to choose and purchase lunch and coffee/snack options in the cafeteria. 
This event will be held in conjunction of the 18th Annual JACIE Workshop. Registration for JACIE can be done here. 

1. You would like to present at the Workshop? 
Please contact Bobbi Jo Britt at bbritt@ submit an abstract no later than May 30, 2019.
2. Do you have to be a eccoe member in order to present a at the workshop?
You do not have to be an eccoe member in order to submit an abstract and present for the eccoe Annual Workshop. 
3. Do I have to register for the conference if I’m presenting a session?
Yes, you must register for the conference if you are presenting a session. 
4. What is the deadline to submit an abstract?
Deadline: May 30, 2019. You will be notified of abstract acceptance by June 28, 2019.
The presenter must  BE REGISTERED by July 25, 2019
5. Does registering for eccoe also get me registered for the JACIE workshop?
No, these two events, while collocated, each require their own registration.  Register for the JACIE workshop here: