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Series: Wednesday 21 June: Comparing Ground to Airborne - Uncertainty


Today, we will focus on the importance of uncertainty when using remote sensing data.

Learning Objectives

After completing these activities, you will be able to:

  • Measure the differences between a metric derived from remote sensing data and the same metric derived from data collected on the ground.

Schedule: Uncertainty in Remote Sensing

All activities are held in the the Classroom unless otherwise noted.

Time Topic Instructor/Location
8:00 Uncertainty & Lidar Data Presentation Tristan Gouldan
8:40 Exploring Uncertainty in LiDAR Data Tristan
10:30 BREAK  
10:45 LiDAR Uncertainty cont. Tristan
12:00 LUNCH Classroom/Patio
13:00 Spectral Uncertainty Presentation Nathan Leisso
13:30 Hyperspectral Variation Uncertainty Analysis in Python Tristan
  Assessing Spectrometer Accuracy using Validation Tarps with Python Tristan
15:00 BREAK  
15:50 Uncertainty in BRDF Flight Data Products at Three Locations presentation Amanda Roberts
  Hyperspectral Uncertainty cont. Tristan
18:00 End of Day Wrap Up Megan Jones