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NASA Earth Science Technology Forum
Date: June 22 - 24, 2010
Location: Sheraton Crystal City Hotel in Arlington, VA
Speaker: Michael Freilich, director of the NASA Earth Science Division, and
Robert Braun, NASA’s chief technologist
This annual, public event showcases a wide array of current technology research and development that supports and enables numerous Earth science endeavors, including all of the mission concepts outlined by the National Research Council Decadal Survey. Attendees will encounter groundbreaking advances in remote sensing, instruments, platforms, components, advanced information systems, sensor webs, communications, automation and modeling within two parallel tracks of sessions.
The forum is also intended to spur collaborations and facilitate a better understanding of NASA technology requirements. Guest speakers include Michael Freilich, director of the NASA Earth Science Division, and Robert Braun, NASA’s chief technologist.