Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) is an active imaging process with applications to environment, civil and defence sectors. SAR sensors can be hosted on satellites, drones or in-situ and can ‘see through clouds’, meaning that SAR imagery of the Earth can be constructed when optical imagery cannot, e.g. When it’s cloudy or at night.
Satellite Applications Catapult seeks to raise awareness of the NovaSAR-1 capabilities by increasing the number of educated users within the UK science, Government, and business communities.
To achieve this Satellite Applications Catapult will be hosting a NovaSAR Workshop on Wednesday 12 October to stimulate discussions across the academic, commercial, civil, and defence communities. This will be held at Harwell Space Campus, Oxfordshire, with the option to join virtually.
This is a great opportunity to bring the whole UK community together, organised by a committee of multiple national stakeholders leading on NovaSAR.
Presenters: SAC, Academia, and the Government Sector – detailed agenda will be shared closer to the event