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Conférences communautaires

Avec Communauté & Partage comme valeurs phares de l’OGS, il est important de permettre à chaque membre de la communauté d’avoir l’opportunité de partager avec les autres membres au sujet de projets, de méthodes, d’outils et de retours d’expériences vécues et ayant attrait aux données géographiques et à l’observation de la Terre.

L’occasion pour chacun de découvrir tout ce qui peut se faire dans le domaine, de profiter de tels retours à forte valeur ajoutée, transposables à la région Pacifique, pour les intégrer dans ses propres projets et, idéalement, de créer ou renforcer les liens entre les membres d’une même communauté géospatial internationale !

Il s’agira ainsi de présentation d’ordre plutôt technique, avec des interventions d’institutions, de chercheurs, de sociétés privées, d’associations, d’organisations internationales, d’étudiants…

De multiples domaines seront alors abordés :

  • Adaptation aux changements globaux
  • Femmes océaniennes dans le géospatial
  • Biodiversité
  • Gestion des ressources naturelles et services écosystémiques
  • Projets basés sur de l’imagerie spatiale radar (SAR)
  • Télécommunications et mobilité
  • Infrastructures de données géospatiales

Ces interventions permettront ainsi également de cerner les différents outils disponibles et permettant d’adresser les problématiques régionales prioritaires, dont celles abordées dans le cadre des sessions de l’OSS NC.

SCHEDULE

Conférences communautaires

7h30 - 8h00

Welcome coffee

8h00 - 17h00

Speed meetings

Parallel Sessions

8h00 - 10h00

PS1 : Global changes adaptation

PRESENTATION

Using Earth Observation and Remote Sensing in the Pacific Islands Region :The IEEE GRSS Remote Sensing Environmental,Analysis, Climate Technologies Technical Committee (REACT)

Professor Anthony Milne AO, School of Biological, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of New South Wales, SYDNEY 2052, Australia.

PRESENTATION

Digital Earth Pacific: Public-Good Cloud-Native Earth Observation Infrastructure for the Region (Technical Session)

Sachindra Singh Pacific Community (SPC)

PRESENTATION

EO4DroughtMonitoring, a solution adressing global changes

Mathis Neuhauser

PRESENTATION

The CLIPSSA project 2021-2025: Pacific Climate, Local Knowledge and Adaptation Strategies

Christopher MENKES - IRD

PRESENTATION

Imagery, an analysis and decision support tool for coastal erosion in the Northern province- New Caledonia

Mathieu Estebe Northern Division

PRESENTATION

Pacific Ocean Pathways in support of sustainable development: a transdisciplinary approach

Alexandre Ganachaud - IRD

PRESENTATION

Airbus for Emergency Response

Fabrice Triffaut - AIRBUS DEFENCE AND SPACE - Canberra

10h00 - 10h30

Coffee Break

10h30 - 12h00

PS2 : Oceanian Women in Geospatial

PRESENTATION

Making a Difference for Geospatial Information in Fiji and the Pacific

Meizyanne Hicks Director Geospatial Information Management Ministry of Lands & Mineral Resources Fiji

PRESENTATION

Women involved in Pacific environmental projects

Vani Koroisamanunu - SPREP

PRESENTATION

Pacific women in Geospatial, with a short video

Halalilika Etika - PGSC

12h00 - 13h30

Lunch

13h30 - 15h30

PS3 : Ecosystem services, Biodiversity & Natural resources

PRESENTATION

Mangrove ecological services at the forefront of coastal change in the French overseas territories

Thibault Catry - IRD

PRESENTATION

A guide to the interpretation of wetland’s landscapes in the ‘Grand Sud’ of New Caledonia : enhancing the wetland’s landscape sites. A new approach to the use of geographical data

Hélène Charpentier - Southern Division (NC)

PRESENTATION

Tetiaroa: a geomatic database for coralian atoll monitoring and mapping

Benoit Stoll - UPF

PRESENTATION

Satellite tracking of New Caledonia sea turtles: a tool to identify key habitats and management responsibilities at a regional level

Marc Oremus - WWWF-France

PRESENTATION

A fire monitoring system by OEIL : measure the extent of fire pressure on biodiversity to help implementation of appropriate natural resource management measures

Hugo Roussaffa - OEIL - Observatoire de l’Environnement en Nouvelle-Calédonie

PRESENTATION

Earth observation serving forest management : application to the Tango massif Northern province - New Caledonia

Samuel Noury - Northern Division (NC)

15h30 - 16h00

Coffee Break

16h00 - 18h00

PS4 : Maritime domain awareness

PRESENTATION

An update on the Pacific Maritime Boundaries

Andrick Lal - SPC

PRESENTATION

The Natural Park of the Coral Sea : current and future needs

Arnaud DUBOIS - New Caledonia Government (SPNMC)

PRESENTATION

Maritime Operations to Detect IUU Fishing

Geordie Fischer - Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA)

PRESENTATION

Space-based Radiofrequency (RF) monitoring of maritime activities in the Pacific

Clément Arata - UNSEENLABS

PRESENTATION

AIRBUS for Safer Ocean - Maritime Surveillance Services

Fabrice Triffaut - AIRBUS Defence & Space

PRESENTATION

Radar and Maritime Domain Awareness : current and future capabilities

Delwyn Moller, Ph.D. University of Auckland ReSTORe Labs - University of Auckland

PRESENTATION

Autonomous data acquisition systems to enhance MDA in the Pacific

Michael Field - Island Robotics

7h30 - 8h30

Welcome coffee

8h30 - 10h30

PS5 : Pacific projects based on radar (SAR) satellite imagery

PRESENTATION

Recent Developments of Spaceborne Radar Remote Sensing and Opportunities

Zheng-Shu Zhou - CSIRO

PRESENTATION

Sentinel 1 and 2 timeseries for hydrodynamics and habitat mapping in the Amazon

Thibault Catry - IRD

PRESENTATION

Radar coherence to monitor gully erosion impairing water quality of the Great Barrier Reef

Pascal Castellazzi - CSIRO

PRESENTATION

Detection and monitoring of oil-like features in the coastal ocean using Sentinel-1 SAR and a fusion of machine learning and empirical methods

David Blondeau-Patissier - CSIRO

PRESENTATION

Statistics and Remote Sensing: An Educational Approach

Alejandro Frery School of Mathematics and Statistics Te Herenga Waka – Victoria University of Wellington New Zealand

PRESENTATION

Application of Copernicus Data for Analysing Potential Climate Change Effects on the Maritime Boundaries of Pacific Countries

Kishan Kumar - SPC

10h30 - 11h00

Coffee Break

11h00 - 12h30

PS6 : Telecommunication & Mobility

PRESENTATION

GIS for Telecommunications

Charles Kolbowicz - OPT NC - IT Department

PRESENTATION

IoT in New Caledonia

Jenna TUAL-COLLET - OPT-New Caledonia

PRESENTATION

Basic datasets for aviation uses (3D, baseamp)

Sébastien Lagarde - INSIGHT NC

12h30 - 14h00

Lunch

14h00 - 16h00

PS7 : Spatial data infrastructures

PRESENTATION

Spatial Data Infrastructure for vessel monitoring in the Coral Sea Natural Park

Yann-Eric Boyeau - MAGIS NC

PRESENTATION

Presentation of the data infrastructure of GIE SERAIL and its partners

Fabien Capri - GIE SERAIL

PRESENTATION

Easy access to satellite imagery from the Pacific

Fabrice Triffaut - AIRBUS Defence & Space

PRESENTATION

DINAMIS, the National Institutional Device for Mutualized Supply of Satellite Imagery

Jean-François Faure - IRD

PRESENTATION

Pacific Data Hub and Nexu Platform - an open data spatial data infrastructure for the Pacific

Sachindras Singh - SPC

PRESENTATION

A New Caledonian Geospatial Data Hub: the missing piece?

Pierre Massenet - CIPAC Group

16h00 - 16h30

Coffee Break

16h30 - 17h30 UNC

Space Climate Observatory in the Pacific

17h30 - 18h00

Coffee Break

18h00 - 19h00 UNC

CEOS Duplex

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