[HOT] Pakistan Imagery
nicolas.chavent at gmail.com
Tue Aug 31 20:56:46 BST 2010
Katie, Sam and all-
Commuting back from Haiti to France after 2 intense week of field work
carried out with Kate in the island in support of IOM.
I had been in contact with SpotImage with the result of a first set of of
imagery made available for tracing and am currently working on extending
this coverage. We are speaking pre floods 2.5 - 5 m resolution. I'll
re-engage with Spot upon arrival and will revert to the group.
We had also been in contact with UNOSAT to seek access to imagery via the
Charter, UNOSAT is working on this and I hope to hear back from them as
I'd be happy to hear what's the situation is like on the sides of other
Keeping track of actions and resources would be neat
On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 8:50 PM, Katie Filbert <filbertk at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 31, 2010 at 1:54 PM, Sam Larsen <samlarsen1 at yahoo.co.uk>wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> Given the lack of imagery which has had a real impact on HOT's activities
>> the Pakistan floods, I would like to request that those who requested
>> could please fill in the table on the wiki:
> Agree, that would be very helpful. I have not made any requests, with the
> understanding that Nicolas and Mikel are working on it. But really don't
> know what / how much they are doing.
> Also, please take a look through the imagery listings on both the Digital
> Globe and GeoEye website. I did a brief look a couple weeks ago on the
> digital globe and didn't find much post-flooding that covered the region and
> had low cloud cover.
> If we could give them requests for specific images (dates, image/catalog
> #'s), I think that would help.
> I really don't have time right now to be searching right now.
> It would be useful to know how many imagery requests were made, what the
>> response was, dates, reason for no imagery (cloud cover - or whatever?).
>> could find out that there were very few requests. I certainly didn't make
>> any -
>> i just assumed others were.
>> I think we can learn from what happened here. Hopefully this might help
>> coordinate our imagery requests & make them more effective in the future.
>> Sam Larsen
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