Jason-2 and Jason-3 Near-Real Time Products Latency over the Past Year

Donald Richardson (Columbus Technologies and Services, United States)

CoAuthors

David Donahue (NOAA, United States of America)

Event: 2017 Ocean Surface Topography Science Team Meeting

Session: Application development for Operations

Presentation type: Type Poster

The latency of Jason-2 and Jason-3 near-real time Operational Geophysical Data Records (OGDR) over the past year is examined using timeliness statistics against the requirement that product distribution be less than 3 hours from data collection. Major gaps in the ODGR production will be addressed, as well as periods of large latencies.

Latency calculations have been automated using the ProPro-005 algorithm as outlined in “ALGORITHMS ABOUT JASON-3 TM DATA AVAILABILITY AND OGDR DATA LATENCY, TP4-J0- NT-86- CNES”, 30-Mar-2011 by C. Juan (CNES) and J. Lillibridge (NOAA).
 

Poster show times:

RoomStart DateEnd Date
Concerto Ballroom Thu, Oct 26 2017,14:00 Thu, Oct 26 2017,18:00
Donald Richardson
Columbus Technologies and Services
United States
donald.richardson@noaa.gov