Recorded July 15, 2013
Secure World Foundation and the Commons Lab of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars co-hosted a panel discussion to examine issues in sharing Earth observation satellite data, including general challenges for data sharing, problems with coordinating data, questions about how the U.S. government makes data policy sharing decisions and how they relate to the larger international context, and overall assessments about the importance of data-sharing and international cooperation. This panel is intended to focus on unclassified data-sharing in a civil context.
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Dr. Mariel John Borowitz, Research Analyst, Space Foundation
Dr. Molly Macauley, Vice President of Research and Senior Fellow, Resources for the Future
Dr. Martha Maiden, Program Executive, NASA Earth Science Data Systems
Mr. Timothy Stryker, Chief of Policy, Plans and Analysis, Land Remote Sensing Program, U.S. Geological Survey
Moderator: Ms. Tiffany Chow, Project Manager, Secure World Foundation