The online CCVS project workshop from 13 to 15 October will present an overview of existing calibration and validation sources for the sentinel missions; identify gaps and limitations; and propose improvements, synergies and innovations for the future. Attend the workshop here.
Tartu Observatory and 13 other partners from 7 different countries participate in the CCVS (Copernicus Calibration and Validation Solution) project lead by the French space centre ACRI-ST. The objective of the Copernicus Cal/Val Solution (CCVS) is to define a holistic solution for all Copernicus Sentinel missions (either operational or planned) to overcome current limitations of Calibration and Validation (Cal/Val) activities. The workshop is open to international experts on calibration and validation, in-situ measurement, as well as users of Sentinel products interested in quality aspects.
Registration, agenda and more information are available here.
The workshop will use the Worksup platform, allowing parallel virtual poster sessions, networking, and live chat. The platform can be accessed from a web browser, mobile, or tablet. No download is required.