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Title: Using automated planning for sensorweb response
Authors: Chien, Steve
Davies, Ashley
Tran, Daniel
Cichy, Benjamin
Rabideau, Gregg
Castano, Rebecca
Sherwood, Rob
Jones, Jeremy
Grosvenor, Sandy
Mandl, Dan
Frye, Stuart
Shulman, Seth
Ungar, Stephen
Brakke, Thomas
Descloitres, Jacques
Justice, Chris
Sohlberg, Rob
Wright, Rob
Flynn, Luke
Harris, Andy
Brakenridge, Robert
Cacquard, Sebastien
Nghiem, Son
Greeley, Ronald
Doggett, Thomas
Baker, Victor
Dohm, James
Ip, Felipe
Keywords: sensorweb response
Earth Observing One spacecraft, (MODIS)
Issue Date: 23-Jun-2004
Publisher: Pasadena, CA : Jet Propulsion Laboratory, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, 2004.
Citation: International Workshop on Planning and Schedule for Space, Darmstadt, Germany, June 23-25, 2004
Abstract: This paper describes efforts to link these science event detection systems with an automated response system to retarget remote sensing assets to observe these important but transient science events. Of course, automated mission planning is a key element of the overall tracking and response system. We describe the current prototype system which utilizes the Earth Observing One spacecraft, MODIS flying on Terra and Aqua, QuickSCAT, GOES, and AVHRR platforms as well as future plans for expansion.
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