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For over 20 years, ESIP meetings have brought together the most innovative thinkers and leaders around Earth observation data, thus forming a community dedicated to making Earth observations more discoverable, accessible and useful to researchers, practitioners, policymakers, and the public. The theme of this year’s meeting is Leading Innovation in Earth Science Data Frontiers.
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Monday, July 19 • 1:30pm - 3:00pm
Delivering Trusted Data to Real Users & Decision Makers

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Since the ESIP Winter meeting the Disaster Lifecycle Cluster has further evolved its approach to Leading Innovation in Earth Science Data Frontiers to put more Earth science data to work in decision making environments. The ‘ecosystem of innovation’ places ESIP clusters on the pathway of user engagement through real-time collaboration and an expanding user base. This session looks to attract all ESIP Clusters who have a mission to put more data, processes, analytics and/or machine learning to work, add ORL ranking to their data to serve decision makers through improved data quality, data processing and data use.

Our session will show examples of incorporating data to support recovery efforts to ‘get back to business’ after disaster hits. A specific need is for tree canopy data to aid utility operators and enable them to assess the risk of power line breaks due to an approaching storm. We encourage participants to join the Disasters cluster to mature their products or services through the ecosystem of innovation for evaluation by end users such as the All Hazards Consortium and others.

This session will identify how the ecosystem of innovation works and how ESIP clusters and members can plug into this process by introducing their products, services and methods into the pathway for real users and decision makers to experience. To prepare for the session please consider what use cases and data and/or products you may have that could be valuable to the disasters community.

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Organizers & Speakers
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Dave Jones

StormCenter Communications, StormCenter Communications
GeoCollaborate, is an SBIR Phase III technology (Yes, its a big deal) that enables real-time data access through web services, sharing and collaboration across multiple platforms. We call GeoCollaborate a 'Collaborative Common Operating Picture' that empowers decision making, situational... Read More →
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Karen Moe

NASA Goddard Emeritus
ESIP Disasters Lifecycle cluster co-chair with Dave Jones/StormCenter IncManaging an air quality monitoring project for my town just outside of Washington DC and looking for free software!! Enjoying citizen science roles in environmental monitoring and sustainable practices in my... Read More →

Monday July 19, 2021 1:30pm - 3:00pm EDT