CARD4L SAR Webinar

2nd February - 12:00PM - 1:15PM
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CEOS Analysis Ready Data for Land (CARD4L) are satellite data that have been processed to a minimum set of requirements and organised into a form that allows immediate analysis with a minimum of additional user effort, and interoperability both through time and with other datasets. For more information see:

This webinar is being organised by CEOS to inform about the CEOS Analysis Ready Data for Land (CARD4L) specifications developed for Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) sensors, and to provide examples of uptake of CARD4L SAR products by public and private EO organisations. The second half of the webinar will be dedicated to questions from webinar participants to the speakers/panelists.

12:00 Introduction to CEOS Analysis Ready Data LSI-VC Lead
12:05 Overview of CARD4L Synthetic Aperture Radar specifications Ake Rosenqvist (for JAXA)
12:15 CARD4L SAR considerations for the Open Data Cube Brian Killough (NASA)
12:20 Alaska Satellite Facility plans for CARD4L SAR distribution Franz Meyer (Alaska Satellite Facility)
12:25 CSIRO plans for CARD4L distribution of NovaSAR-1 Amy Parker (CSIRO)
S-band SAR products
12:30 Experiences from Sentinel-1 CARD4L NRB development Fang Yuan (Geoscience Australia) &
for Digital Earth Africa Grega Milcinski/Marko Repse (Sinergise)
12:40 Open Floor Discussion and Q&A
01:15 End

To accommodate participation at decent hours across most time zones the webinar will be held during two time slots on February 1-2, 2021 (you will thus only need to participate in one occasion):

We advise you to select Time Slot 2 if you are based in the UK

Time slot 1:
February 1, 2021 (Mon): 15:00-AKST/ 16:00-PST / 19:00-EST / 21:00-ART
February 2, 2021 (Tue): 08:00-CST / 09:00-JST / 11:00-AEDT

Time slot 2:
February 2, 2021 (Tue): 07:00-EST / 09:00-ART / 12:00-UTC / 13:00-CET / 15:30-IST / 20:00-CST / 21:00-JST / 23:00-AEDT

Duration: 75 minutes

This webinar is publicly open and free of charge.

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