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C Workshop Agenda and Participants AGENDA Wednesday, January 23, 2002 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30 Welcome Prof. Susan Avery, Director, University of Colorado, Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences (CIRES) 8:35 Opening and Key Questions for the Workshop Roberta Balstad Miller, Chair, Steering Committee on Space Applications and Commercialization 8:45 Panel I: Opportunities and Impediments in Using Remote Sensing Data for State and Local Governments Moderator: John Jensen, Steering Committee member Speakers: Patrick Bresnahan, Richland County, South Carolina Joe Engeln, Missouri Department of Natural Resources Peter Conrad, Baltimore City Department of Planning Amanda Hargis, Boulder County GIS Coordinator
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This session will explore issues regarding the use or potential use of remote sensing data from a public sector perspective. Topics such as data access, cost, technical skills for remote sensing use, data networks, sharing and reporting, and how federal regulations affect public sector data requirements may be discussed. 10:30 Break 11:00 Panel II: Doing Business with State and Local Governments: The Private Sector Perspective Moderator: John MacDonald, Steering Committee member Speakers: Jeff Young, Space Imaging, Inc. Jeff Liedtke, DigitalGlobe, Inc. David Thibault, Earthsat, Inc. Don Light, PAR Government Systems • How difficult or easy is it to do business with states, as compared to other clients? • Why are states using remote sensing data for some applications and not others? And why have some states adopted remote sensing technology while others have not? • What are the particular requirements or issues of working with states and local governments, and how have they been addressed? • What opportunities do you see for better inserting remote sensing data into state applications or processes? 12:30 p.m. Lunch 1:45 Applications Theme I: Emergency/Disaster Response Moderator: Alex Goetz, Steering Committee member Case Study: The North Dakota Red River Valley Flood of 1997 Michael Hove, North Dakota State Water Commission Case Study: Responding to Hurricane Floyd: The North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program John Dorman, North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program Overview of Remote Sensing and Emergency/Disaster Response Andrew Bruzewicz, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
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General Discussion 3:15 Break 3:45 Keynote I: Emerging Application Area: Transportation Moderator: Molly Macauley, Steering Committee member David Ekern, Association of State Highway Transportation Officials/ Minnesota Dept. of Transportation/Chair of NRC Transportation Research Board Remote Sensing Committee 4:30 Keynote II: Adaptors and Adopters of Remote Sensing Data Moderator: Chris Johannsen, Steering Committee member Speaker: Melanie Wallendorf, University of Arizona, Department of Marketing 5:15 Adjourn Thursday, January 24, 2002 8:00 a.m. Continental Breakfast 8:30 Keynote III: The Use of Lidar in State and Local Applications Moderator: Chris Johannsen, Steering Committee member Michael Renslow, Spencer B. Gross, Inc. • Why is lidar being adopted more readily than satellite-based remote sensing data? • What makes lidar appealing and worthwhile? • What was the impetus for its applications at the state level and for the growing use of the technology? 9:15 Applications Theme II: Land Use/Planning Moderator: Jay Pearlman, Steering Committee member Case Study: Washington State Land Trust/Management Robert Wright, Washington State Department of Natural Resources Case Study: Monitoring Regional Land Use/Land Planning in the Portland, Oregon, Regional Area Mark Bosworth, Metro (Portland Regional Planning Organization)
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Overview of Remote Sensing and Land Use/Land Planning: Patrick Bresnahan, Richland County, South Carolina Department of Information Technology General Discussion 10:45 Break 11:00 Perspectives on Federal Support for Public Sector Applications Moderator: Roberta Balstad Miller, Steering Committee chair Speakers: G. Bryan Bailey, USGS Charles Hutchinson, NASA Headquarters Rebecca Storey/Donna Boreck, FEMA Region 8, Denver This session will explore resources and services available to state and local governments, such as technical support, training, and applications products. Speakers will address the services and support offered by their institutions to state, local, city, county, or regional governments and the rationale behind this support. 12:30 p.m. Wrap-up and Adjourn Roberta Balstad Miller, Chair WORKSHOP PARTICIPANTS Avery, Susan, CIRES, University of Colorado Bailey, G. Bryan, U.S. Geological Survey Bailey, G. Paul, Environmental Systems Research Institute, Inc. Boreck, Donna L., Federal Emergency Management Agency Bosworth, Mark, Portland, Oregon, METRO Brender, Mark, Space Imaging, Inc. Bresnahan, Patrick J., Richland County, South Carolina, Department of Information Technology Brett, Thomassie, DigitalGlobe, Inc. Bruzewicz, Andrew J., U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Cary, Tina, Cary and Associates Cholvin, Brooke, Boulder County Assessor’s Office Conrad, Peter, Baltimore City Department of Planning Correa, Aderbal C., University of Missouri at Columbia David, Leonard, Space.com Davis, Ron, DigitalGlobe, Inc.
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Dorman, John K., North Carolina Floodplain Mapping Program Driese, Kenneth L., WyGISC Eadie, Rob, 3Di Technologies, Inc. Ekern, David S., American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials Engel-Cox, Jill, Battelle Memorial Institute Engeln, Joe, Missouri Department of Natural Resources Fisher, Verlin, 3Di Technologies, Inc. Friedl, Lawrence, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Goetz, Alexander F.H., CIRES, University of Colorado Gwaltney, Gregory, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Harding, Lawrence W., Horn Point Laboratory, University of Maryland Hargis, Amanda, Boulder County GIS Hastings, David, NOAA National Geophysical Data Center Hernandez, Michael W., University of Missouri at Columbia Hoff, Raymond M., University of Maryland, Baltimore County Hori, Kenta, Hitachi Software Global Technology Hove, Michael, North Dakota State Water Commission Hutchinson, Charles, NASA Headquarters Irani, Frederick M., Maryland Department of Natural Resources Jensen, John R., University of South Carolina Johannsen, Chris J., Purdue University Johnson, Nan, City of Boulder Planning Department Kagan, Jimmy, Oregon Natural Heritage Program Leung, Ada, University of Arizona Liedtke, Jeff, DigitalGlobe, Inc. Light, Don, Consultant, Airborne and Space Systems Macauley, Molly, Resources for the Future MacDonald, John S., Institute for Pacific Ocean Science and Technology McCraw, David J., New Mexico Bureau of Geology and Mineral Resources McCuistion, Doug, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center McFadden, Bryan, Spacing Imaging, Inc. Miller, Roberta, Columbia University Napier, Gary, Space Imaging, Inc. Palmerlee, Thomas, National Research Council Transportation Research Board Pardue, Jaymes, EMERGE Pearlman, Jay, TRW, Inc. Pratt, Kristina, Boulder County Parks and Open Space Price, Kevin, University of Kansas Raber, Steve, NOAA Coastal Services Center Renslow, Michael, Spencer B. Gross, Inc. St. Pierre, Marcel, Canadian Space Agency Sherry, Jennifer, City of Boulder National Parks
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Storey, Rebecca A., Federal Emergency Management Agency Tessar, Paul, Colorado Department of Transportation Thibault, David, EarthSat, Inc. Thirumalai, K., U.S. Department of Transportation Thomas, Michael, NASA Stennis Space Center Tilley, Jay, Resource 21 Tuohy, Mark, Space Imaging, Inc. Vogel, David, DigitalGlobe, Inc. Wallendorf, Melanie, University of Arizona Warnecke, Lisa, GeoManagement Associates Williams, David J., U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Wollack, Leslie, National States Geographic Information Council Wright, Robert, Washington Department of Natural Resources Yoke, Lyne, National Snow and Ice Data Center Young, Doug, District Office of Rep. Mark Udall Young, Jeffrey M., Space Imaging, Inc.
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