Feedback loops in product development for Sentinel-3 and Sentinel-6 altimeter missions

Remko Scharroo (EUMETSAT, Germany)

CoAuthors

Carolina Nogueira Loddo (EUMETSAT, Germany); Cristina Martin-Puig (EUMETSAT, Germany); Bruno Lucas (EUMETSAT, Germany); Estelle Obligis (EUMETSAT, Germany)

Event: 2019 Ocean Surface Topography Science Team Meeting

Session: Outreach, Education and Altimetric Data Services

Presentation type: Type Poster

The Sentinel-3 mission is now operating for over 3 years. During this time the altimeter processing chain has been updated regularly as the result of fixing anomalies, enhancing performance, or reacting to user feedback. Lessons learned from this experience are used for the development of the Sentinel-6/Jason-CS ground segment and product evolution plans.

This poster gives an overview of the products available for both missions, their intended use, and the way user feedback drives evolutions of the processing chain and how the consistency of the radar altimeter data from those missions is guaranteed through annual reprocessing.

The Sentinel-6 mission will start with the launch of Jason-CS A in 2020, followed by Jason-CS B in 2025.

 

Poster show times:

Room Start Date End Date
The Gallery Tue, Oct 22 2019,16:15 Tue, Oct 22 2019,18:00
The Gallery Thu, Oct 24 2019,14:00 Thu, Oct 24 2019,15:45
Remko Scharroo
EUMETSAT
Germany
remko.scharroo@eumetsat.int