Past Event

From Reality 2010 to Vision 2020: Translating Remotely Sensed Data to Assets, Exposure, Damage, and Losses

Workshop
July 8, 2010

Location: Keck Center of the National Academies
500 Fifth St. NW Washington DC 20001

Workshop Outline and Presentations
This workshop featured three panel discussions with experts which addressed the following objectives and questions:
Objectives:

1. To construct a target for the next 10 years (Vision 2020) of how remotely sensed data can be used in pre-, during, and post-disaster scenarios.
2. To identify ways to realize currently unrealized potential of remotely sensed data.
Questions:
1. What is the Vision 2020 for remote sensing data use in disasters in 10 years from now?
2. What are the impediments to achieving Vision 2020?
3. What are some ideas for overcoming those impediments?
WELCOME, OVERVIEW
Jack Harrald
Lauren Alexander Augustine

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: FROM REALITY 2010 TO VISION 2020, Ray Williamson
Download presentation (PPT)

PANEL 1: Providers and Producers of Remotely Sensed Images and Data
DR-member facilitator
: Mary Lou Zoback, Michael Goodman: rapporteur
Don McKeown, RIT
Brett Thomassie, DigitalGlobe
Vince Ambrosia, California State University Monterey Bay
Roger Clark, USGS, Download presentation (PPT)

Questions, Answers, and Interaction

PANEL #2: Users and Interpreters of Remotely Sensed Images and Data
DR-member facilitator
: Reginald DesRoches; David Kaufman, rapporteur
Dan Cotter, DHS
Everett Hinkley, USDA, Download presentation (PPT)
Chris Vaughan, FEMA, Download presentation (PPT)
Bill Lehr, NOAA, National Ocean Service, Download presentation (PPT)

Questions, Answers, and Interaction

PANEL REVIEW OF MAIN POINTS FROM PANELS #1 AND #2
Lauren Alexander Augustine
, Director, Disasters Roundtable

PANEL #3: Reality 2010 to Vision 2020
DR-member facilitator
: Ron Eguchi; Jack Harrald, rapporteur
Vince Ambrosia, California State University Monterey Bay
Roger Clark, USGS
Dan Cotter, DHS
Stuart Gill, World Bank
Everett Hinkley, USDA
Bill Lehr, NOAA
Don McKeown, RIT
Brett Thomassie, DigitalGlobe
Chris Vaughan, FEMA
Ray Williamson, Secure World Foundation