Wed, 26 May|
Building Trust in Earth Observation Satellites and Imagery
How can businesses determine which datasets best underpin their business processes, and which data to trust? Find out how with Dr. Muir!
Time & Location
26 May 2021, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm AEST
About the event
Space is one of the fastest growing industries globally, leading to many new satellites observing the earth. With this new suite of datasets available, how do businesses determine which can best underpin their business processes, and which data they trust? To measure and improve this trust, you need quality assurance. FrontierSI has been working across government, research, and industry to understand quality assurance needs for earth observation satellite data. This talk will outline the findings to date and promote dialogue to further develop earth observation quality assurance within Australia.Speaker Biography
Jasmine Muir has worked in Earth observation across government, university and the private sector for close to 20 years. She is passionate about promoting the continued growth of the Earth observation sector, encouraging and training the next generation of scientists and the integration of research into industry. Jasmine currently works at FrontierSI as Earth Observation Technical Lead. In this role she works to combine her passion for end-user engagement, to promote the use and uptake of Earth observation for decision making. Jasmine obtained her PhD from the University of Queensland, with her research focused on the use of terrestrial lidar for the assessment of tree structure diversity as an indicator of landscape condition.