Episode 1: The business opportunities of detecting & monitoring climate change
When: WEBINAR AVAILABLE ON DEMAND - LINK BELOW
In this webinar we will investigate the business opportunities associated with technologies used for detecting and monitoring climate change and applying the data to real-world problems. We will also examine the potential role of citizen science and how it might also assist new business startups as well as public and academic sector initiatives to address the challenges of climate change.
The issues covered by the webinar will include:
- Key challenges of detecting & monitoring climate change - from data gathering and analysis to application
- Main innovations and improvements in the systems and technologies used to detect & monitor climate change
- Gaps in detecting & monitoring climate change and how these might be addressed
- Real-world problems that could be addressed by climate change detection & monitoring
- Contribution of citizen science and indigenous knowledge to climate change detection & monitoring
- Opportunity for citizen science and indigenous knowledge to assist commercial initiatives
- How detection & monitoring of climate change can assist in attributing impact on health, urban pollution, glacial melting, etc.
- How detection & monitoring of climate change can increase sustainabilty of social, public and private enterprises
- Sheldon Drobot, Sr. Manager, Strategy & Technology, Space and Airborne Systems, L3Harris Technologies
- Anne Connor, Principal, Business Development of L3Harris Corporation’s Spectral Solutions in Space and Airborne Systems segment
- Paul Kucera, Assistant Director of the COMET Program at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research (UCAR)
- Paolo Ruti, Chief Scientist, European Organisation for the Exploitation of Meteorological Satellites (EUMETSAT)