JACIE Poster Session Information Below
Speakers and attendees are invited to submit posters highlighting commercial remote sensing data characterization, science, or applications research. Posters will be displayed during all three days of the workshop. There will also be a reception held Wednesday evening in the poster display area to allow attendees to view and discuss the various posters. Posters will be displayed on 4' x 8' fabric covered standing boards. Pins will be provided, as needed.
All JACIE Speakers, please read the information below.
Please download, complete, and sign an Authorization and License to Publish form (links below) to verify that your presentation content is not restricted and to allow us to distribute copies of your presentation to all workshop attendees via the proceedings. This form must be completed before you attend the workshop or you will not be eligible to present.
What is Joint Agency Commercial Imagery Evaluation (JACIE) team?
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), and the United States Geological Survey (USGS), and their associates and partners, are directly responsible for establishing and leading a unique interagency team of scientists and engineers who work together to evaluate and enhance the quality remote sensing data for commercial and government use. This team is called “the Joint Agency Commercial Imagery Evaluation (JACIE) team”. This team works together to define, prioritize, assign, and assess civil and commercial image quality and jointly sponsors an annual JACIE Civil Commercial Imagery Evaluation workshop with participation support from the remote sensing calibration and validation science community. The intent of the JACIE workshop is to exchange information regarding the characterization and application of commercial and civil imagery used by the government and commercial sectors. This workshop is focused on the synergy of high, medium and low resolution imagery and remote sensing technologies used by the Government.