The workshop will address the use of SAR data for land use, classification and change detection and will cover applications in the fields of agriculture, forestry, soil moisture, hydrology and snow.
The workshop will include Round Table discussions in support of defining a global strategy to develop robust and operational applications that address real-life topics for society. Participants will be invited to contribute papers/presentations with their answer and views on the current status of applications using SAR data as well as the foreseen evolution required to enable or maintain robust applications.
From the SAR data exploitation perspective, the workshop will also work towards defining needs for auxiliary data products from either other remote sensing satellites or ground-based networks and systems including climate and forecast models.
See also the attached flyer that also contains a number of relevant seed questions for the workshop to be used as a guidance to authors.
In addition, a logistical information package has been added that provides information on the workshop venue, how to get there and which includes options for hotels and lunch.