Existing space-borne LiDAR systems are collecting ground-breaking data but provide only sparse coverage, making them unsuitable for many commercially and societally important applications.

The University of Edinburgh (UoE) has formed the Global Lidar Altimetry MISsion (GLAMIS) project to address this issue through the deployment of a constellation of smaller, cheaper satellites which could collect continuous coverage space-borne LiDAR data.

Resilience Constellation (RC) is working with UoE to assess various applications, their requirements and the market value of space-borne LiDAR derived products to contribute towards the engineering design.

RC is seeking your expert opinion on the use of these products – both on your needs and their perceived value.

Please take a few minutes of your time to complete the following short survey: https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/VVVTFGX.

Many thanks in advance for taking the time to help make GLAMIS a reality.

If you have any further questions, feel free to get in touch with the RC Satellite Programme Director Andy Shaw at andy.shaw@resilienceconstellation.com.

Deadline for completion: 1st February 2021