CEOI Technology Showcase 2021

The CEOI held another extremely successful Technology Showcase presenting recently funded EO technology projects.

This Webinar took place on the 23rd & 24th June 2021.

Presentations were invited from complete and active projects, and it provided a great opportunity to describe the project’s objectives, the technology development undertaken and main achievements.

CEOI would like to thank all those who presented at the showcase and all those who attended.

Please see the table below for the presentations.

Session 1 : Welcome & Introductions
Introduction Mick Johnson / Chris BrownswordCEOI
Session 2: Cold Atom, Radar and Passive Microwave Technologies
Cold Atom Space Payload (CAGE) & CASPA Accelerometer: Development of a Cold Atom Accelerometer for Atmospheric Drag MeasurementIsabelle RiouTeledyne e2v
Lasers for Earth Gravity Observation (LEGO)Chris Bridges & Peter Nisbet-JonesTwinparadox Ltd
GRACE: G-Band Radar for Cloud EvaluationRichard Wylde (Thomas Keating Ltld) & Alessandro Battaglia (University of Leicester)STFC RAL Space
Advanced Filterbank Spectrometer Technology for Hyperspectral MM-Wave Atmospheric SoundingChris ThomasUniversity of Cambridge
HYMS (Hyper-Spectral Microwave Sounder): Novel and Critical Component Development and System Bread-BoardingManju HenrySTFC RALSpace
Spectroscopic -System for Environmental Monitoring
Manju HenrySTFC RALSpace
3DPAMS: Polymer-Based 3D Printing For Atmospheric Science - Multi-Channel MM Sounder
Part 1
Part 2
Stepan Lucyszyn (Imperial College)NPL
Stabilisation of 3.5 THZ Quantum-Cascade Laser Local OscillatorsAlex ValavanisUniversity of Leeds
Session 3 :Optical Technologies
OVERPASS: On-Board Video Rapid ProcessingOwen HawkinsEarth-i Ltd.
Autonomy Assurance for Small Earth & Night Time Cloud Detection for PHISAT-1Murrey IrelandCraft Prospect
Fast Slew Gimbaled Optics for Real-Time EOJames HodgesSurrey Space Centre and InSpace
High-Resolution Multispectral Camera System with TDI CMOS Image SensorDavid BarryTeledyne e2v
Session 6 : Infra-Red Technologies
Next Generation Infrared Calibration SourcesDavid SmithSTFC RALSpace
Nanostructured Ultra-Lightweight Lenses for Earth ObservationThomas NowackUniversity of Glasgow
NIMCAM: A Compact Multispectral Instrument for Detection of Fugitive Methane Emissions at High Spatial ResolutionJerome WoodwarkUniversity of Edinburgh
MAP (Multi Angle Polarimeter)Martin TownendTAS UK Ltd
Compact Multispectral Imager for Nanosatellites II Stuart BennettUniversity of Strathclyde
Laser Heterodyne Radiometry in FinlandDamien WeidmannSTFC RALSpace
Validation of High Performance COTS Infrared Detectors for High Spatial Resolution Imagery & Characterisation of Leonardo MCT APD ArraysKeith BarnesLeonardo MW Ltd