The first E-GEM workshop took place last July in Québec, bringing together the first line of potential users of the GNSS-R Earth Observation data products, as well as technology developers and other interested parties. It provided an opportunity for E-GEM and other related projects - such as ESA’s GEROS, NASA’s CYGNSS and UKNA’s TechDemoSat - to identify and explore potential synergies, and to better understand the users requirements on GNSS-R generated data.
Left to right around the table: Max Semmling (GFZ), Adriano Camps (UPC), Jens Wickert (GFZ), Martin Unwin (SSTL), Chris Ruf (Univ. Michigan), Ed Kim (NASA Goddard), Toni Broquetas (UPC), Ad Stoffelen (KNMI), Estel Cardellach (CSIC-ICE), Antonio Gutiérrez (DEIMOS), Maria-Paola Clarizia (Univ. Michigan/NOC), Valery Zavorotny and wife (NOAA), Achim Helm (Astrium A&D), Nuno Catarino (DEIMOS).
CubeCat -2 nano-satellite, carrying as main payload the GNSS Reflectometry instrument PYCARO...Read More
The E-GEM Portal, a web site dedicated to public dissemination of information and achievements of the project as been redesigned.Read More
SARGO Instrument was successfully instaled on top of VTS Lisbon.Read More
The first E-GEM workshop took place last July, bringing together the first line of potential users, as well as technology developers and other interested parties.Read More
The E-GEM Kick Off meeting took place in Lisbon on the 9th and 10th of January 2014. This was the first E-GEM meeting and marked the start of activities for the project.Read More