JeTSI at AMS 2017

We are pleased to announce that JeTSI team member, Laura Ellen Dafoe, has been selected to provide a presentation at the American Meteorological Society’s 13th Annual Symposium on New Generation Operational Environmental Satellite Systems to be held in Seattle, Washington January 22-26, 2017. Laura Ellen Dafoe will present “Characterization of the Data Volume Generated by the S-NPP Mission to Support Decisions Regarding Data Downlink Resource Management” on Thursday, January 25.

The presentation will take a look at the volume and rate of the data from the six S-NPP data sources analyzed and characterized for the time period April 2012 through December 2015. This characterization supports S-NPP and JPSS Program decisions on satellite data downlink resource management as well as concepts of operations and requirements for future missions. Understanding the variability of the data generation supports optimal and low risk operational decisions on data downlink operations.

Additionally, team members, Dr. Stephen Marley and Laura Ellen Dafoe, are co-authors along with Alexander Werbos (AER) and T.S. Zaccheo on “A Collaborative Approach for Algorithm Operationalization” being presented on Tuesday, January 24.