Integrating Earth Observation for Essential Environmental Monitoring in Australia - NCRIS Environment Symposium, 17 May 2017
This survey form is to be used by the Australian EO Community to provide input into critical discussions on how Australia will develop it's EO Research Infrastructure. This will initially be done as a 1.5 hr workshop at the NCRIS Greater Impact through Environmental Infrastructure Symposium (https://impactsymposium2017.wordpress.com/).

The aim of the workshop is establish how the current and next generation of earth observing satellites and airborne systems can be used as part of Australia essential research infrastructure to provide data, geo-spatial information services and analytics for Australia’s environmental monitoring and management activities.

A follow-up national webinar will be hosted by the Australian Earth Observation Community Coordination Group (www.aeoccg.org.au) in early June to combine this survey, workshop discussion results, and Australian Earth Observation Community Plan 2026 directions to define how we can best coordinate to obtain suitable and sustainable EO research infrastructure.

Relevant documents on Australian EO infrastructure requirements are included amongst the multiple Australian EO assessments and reports at www.aeoccg.org.au/assessments-studies-plans/ and likely future changes can be found at www.ceos.org

The AEOCCG Secretariat will be in touch by 29 May 2017 to define a time and location for the follow-up webinar to combine this survey, workshop discussion results, and Australian Earth Observation Community Plan 2026 directions to define how we can best coordinate to obtain suitable and sustainable EO research infrastructure.

Please let me know if you have any questions or concerns.

Stuart Phinn, s.phinn@uq.edu.au
Chair, AEOCCG

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1. Outline in summary form, what you consider the three main changes in the next 5-10 years in Polar-Orbiting moderate (> 5m) spatial resolution satellites - in spatial, spectral or temporal data acquisition capabilities?
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2. Outline in summary form, what you consider the three main changes in the next 5-10 years in Polar-Orbiting high spatial resolution (< 5 m) satellites (including cube sats) - in spatial, spectral or temporal data acquisition capabilities?
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3. Outline in summary form, what you consider the three main changes in the next 5-10 years in geostationary satellites - in spatial, spectral or temporal data acquisition capabilities?
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4. Outline in summary form, what you consider the three main changes in the next 5-10 years in airborne, optical and active imaging systems - in spatial, spectral or temporal data acquisition capabilities?
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5. Outline in summary form, what you consider the three main changes in the next 5-10 years in drone/UAS, optical and active imaging systems - in spatial, spectral or temporal data acquisition capabilities?
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6. Outline in summary form, what you consider the three main changes in the next 5-10 years in Australia's field systems and instrumentation capabilities?
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7. Outline in summary form, what you consider the three main changes in the next 5-10 years in airborne, optical and active imaging systems - in Australia EO data storage, processing, analytics and distribution capabilities?
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8. Are there any other changes you think should be considered?
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9. Given our workshop discussion on expected changes in EO and Australia's environmental information requirements, identify three priority EO research infrastructure items or activities that need to be significantly improved in the next 5 years.
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