The NOAA UAS Program Office to host the SHOUT Technical Interchange Meeting
The use of the Global Hawk UAS for Environmental Intelligence (EI) will be discussed at NOAA Headquarters on June 2nd.
The NOAA UAS Program's Sensing Hazards with Operational Unmanned Technology (SHOUT) project has been an evaluation of an observing strategy deploying a high altitude, long endurance Global Hawk Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) to mitigate risk to hurricane and other high impact weather forecasting due to satellite data gaps. The team will be discussing the SHOUT concept of operations, data impact studies, cost impact study, and information management plan. The goal of the SHOUT TIM will be to assess NOAA stakeholder interest in further evaluation of operational capabilities and transition planning of a high altitude, long endurance UAS observing strategy for improved hurricane and general high impact weather forecasting.
The use of the Global Hawk UAS for Environmental Intelligence (EI) will be discussed at NOAA Headquarters on June 2nd at 8:00 AM EDT, and you may register for the webinar at: