PRESENTATIONS (click on presentation title to download presentation):
Advanced Energy Consortium:
David Chapman: Autonomous Integrated Microsensors Technology
Aerospace Corporation (TCC Member):
David Adlis: Hyperspectral Imaging Capabilities
Airbus DS Space Systems:
Hans Zachrau & Ron Dunklee: BARTOLOMEO: New Observation Platform on ISS
Zack Gu: Ultra-Deepwater Produced Water Monitoring
Daniel Stark: Shining Light on Texas Tea: An Overview of Downhole Optical Fiber Sensing
Philippe Flichy: On Premise Data Validation
Vincent Palomarez: Sensor to Cloud Solutions in the Industrial Sector
Colleen Kennedy: Remote Sensing Research
NASA Johnson Space Center (TCC Member):
Amy Jagge & Andi Hollier: NEEMO-21: Incorporating GIS into NASA Analog Missions
Samuel Lawrence: Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter – Redefining the Moon for the 21st Century
Samuel Lawrence: NASA Planetary Cartography
Donn Liddle: Measuring the On-Orbit Clearance between ISS Hardware using Imagery
William Stefanov: Remote Sensing from the International Space Station
Rice University (TCC Member):
Kevin Kelly: 4D Compressive Imaging for Hyperspatial Video
Tomasz Tkaczyk: Snapshot Hyperspectral Imaging Systems for Aerial & Orbital Platforms
Strategic Sensing Alliance (TCC Member):
Lorna Ortiz-Soto: Strategic Sensing – KEYNOTE
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi (TCC Member):
Jinha Jung: Development of UAS based High Throughput Phenotyping System
Maryam Rahnemoonfar: Advanced Analytical Techniques for Processing UAS & Underwater Data
Mike Starek: UAS Photo-Bathymetry in Shallow Coastal Water: Challenges & Potential
Vigilant Aerospace Systems:
Kraettli Epperson: Detect-and-Avoid Solutions for Integration of Unmanned Systems
8:00 – Networking Breakfast
8:30 – Welcome, Announcements, Keynote
8:45 – Presentation Panel Session 1
10:15 – Networking Break
10:30 – Presentation Panel Session 2
12:00 – Lunch
12:30 – TCC Overview
12:45 – Presentation Panel Session 3
2:15 – Networking Break
2:30 – Presentation Panel Session 4
4:00 – Adjourn
The Technology Collaboration Center held a Remote Sensing Technologies Event, at the NASA Johnson Space Center, on October 12, 2016.
This event brought together organizations needing or developing new remote sensing-related technologies, with presentations on the latest technology advances and unmet challenges, in a format providing an opportunity for participants to network and explore potential partnerships.
"Remote Sensing" covers a wide range of technologies related to sensors taking measurements, where the object being measured, the sensors taking the measurements, and the systems processing the data may be located in different locations. This covers a broad range of potential applications such as measurements by satellite, underwater monitoring, energy, medical, traffic management, manufacturing, and agriculture.
For more information about the event or to contact the presenters, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.
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