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Gary Jedlovec. Definitions Partners Function. Role of External Partners. transitioning unique NASA data and research technologies to operations. Partners. What/who is a partner? Stakeholders – those who invest in and gain from the success of the project

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Gary jedlovec

Gary Jedlovec

Definitions

Partners

Function

Role of External Partners

transitioning unique NASA data and research technologies to operations


Gary jedlovec

Partners

  • What/who is a partner?

  • Stakeholders – those who invest in and gain from the success of the project

    • NASA Earth science research and applications programs

    • NOAA NWS WFOs, regional offices and Headquarters

  • Beneficiaries - a group or organization that profits or benefits from the success of the project

    • stakeholders - the NASA and NOAA entities

    • end users – WFOs, private sector partners ENSCO, WorldWinds, TWC, universities, etc.

    • general public is an indirect beneficiary of SPoRT’s success through improved forecasts provided by end users

  • Partners - individuals, groups, or organizations who provide an asset or capability to SPoRT

    • end users are partners when they provide feedback to SPoRT

  • SPoRT engages two types of partners (supporting and collaborative) in the planning and execution of the project activities

transitioning unique NASA data and research technologies to operations


Gary jedlovec

Partners

  • SPoRT engages both supporting and collaborative partners in the planning and execution of the project activities

  • Collaborative partners

    • stakeholders and beneficiaries

    • often providing programmatic or financial support (direct or in-kind)

    • some partners are both collaborating and supporting

  • Supporting partners

    • help SPoRT conduct the research and transitional activities

    • provide capabilities such as technical expertise, computation resources, data, or other enabling capabilities

  • Internal: NASA/MSFC, UAH, ENSCO, Raytheon, USRA

  • External: NESDIS, JCSDA, GSFC/GMAO, NWS/SR/WFOs, JPL, UCAR/COMET,

  • NSSL/HWT, UW, USF, CIRA, WorldWinds, Inc.

transitioning unique NASA data and research technologies to operations


Gary jedlovec

External Partners

  • Internal: NASA/MSFC, UAH, ENSCO, Raytheon, USRA - provide infrastructure, manpower, institution and computational resources

  • External:

  • Universities of Wisconsin and South Florida – access to real-time MODIS/AMSR-E /AIRS data and associated products

  • NESDIS / STAR

    • real-time data – AIRS / IASI radiances

    • products – aviation and cloud, near real-time AIRS / IASI profiles

  • JCSDA - expertise with GSI and computational resources

  • GSFC – computational resources, WRF, LIS, and satellite simulator expertise

  • NWS / Southern Region / WFOs – in-kind resources and expertise, in-road to operational weather community

  • JPL – near real-time SST products and oceanographic expertise

  • UCAR/COMET – training insight and expertise

  • NSSL / HWT – indirect computational resources, WRF expertise, in-road to user community

  • CIRA – real time TPW products

  • WorldWinds, Inc. - near real-time oceanographic products and expertise

  • All end users when they provide feedback

transitioning unique NASA data and research technologies to operations


Gary jedlovec

Summary

SPoRT engages a variety of partners who bring various assets to the table

Partners are a key component to our success

SPoRT actively pursues new partners to help execute the SPoRT mission and obtain our vision. Much our outreach is focused on this.

transitioning unique NASA data and research technologies to operations


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