Contributions for this blog will come mainly from members of ESA's Campaigns Section.
These contributors include:
Malcolm Davidson is head of ESA's Earth Observation Campaigns Section. His role is to organise these field experiments in support of missions under development and also validation campaigns for missions in orbit.
Dirk Schuettemeyer coordinates a range of different scientific campaigns within the Mission Science Division at ESA-ESTEC in the Netherlands. Dirk is also responsible for verifying the different sources of data from campaigns and is involved in projects studying exchange processes in the atmosphere by means of new remote-sensing techniques. Dirk's background is in meteorology.
Remo Bianchi is a scientific campaigns coordinator with expertise in optical sensors and requirements for satellite missions focusing on the land. His present role is to manage measurement campaigns in support of the GMES Sentinels, Application and Earth Watch projects, and Earth Explorer missions. He is also responsible for archiving campaign datasets for Cat-1 distribution to the scientific community. Remo is based at ESA-ESRIN in Frascati, Italy.
Note: This blog is maintained by Honora Rider and the ESA web communication team.