June 4-5, 2018
Although images of space objects have been used for decades, there are many common challenges in the use of image data for planetary science, optical navigation, and space situational awareness. Many of these challenges may be addressed by recent advancements in imaging sensors, computer vision algorithms, and computing resources – all of which set the stage for a fundamental change in how we will exploit image data for future space missions. This workshop aims to facilitate the dissemination of ideas between all of the communities using space image data and to identify areas of common need. The unique workshop format will include oral presentations, poster sessions, and focused breakout sessions to discuss topics of interest.
Abstracts Due: February 2, 2018
Author Notification: February 23, 2018
Manuscript Deadline: May 23, 2018
Workshop registration will open in February 2018.