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  1. CBERS FOR AFRICA Joao Vianei Soares Director for Earth Observations

  2. Brazilian remote sensing satellites Sept, 1st, 2007 * With China

  3. Plan INPE 2020 2010 2015 2020 CBERS-5B CBERS-5A CBERS-7 (SAR) CBERS-3 CBERS-4 CBERS-6A CBERS-6B GPM Lattes-1 Amazonia-1 Amazonia-3 Lattes-2 MAPSAR Amazonia-2

  4. CBERS: exemple to the world CBERS-2 Launch (21 October 2003)

  5. CBERS 3 – 4 Sensor Configuration WFI 73 m (860 km) MSS 40 m (120 km) CCD 20 m (120 km) MUX 10 m (60 km) PAN 5 m (60 km) 2.1 0.4 0.5 0.7 0.9 1.1 1.5 1.7 2.3 Built by China Built by Brazil mm

  6. Industrial police: CBERS-3,4 • CBERS 3&4 • Participation of • National Industry - 50% of sub-sistems • Structure • Telecom • Cameras • Energy suply Total of national contracts – US$150 million

  7. Exemple of nacional achievements • Camera MUX (OPTO) • Main sensor on CBERS-3/4 • CCD with 5 bands and 20 m resolution

  8. Assembly and testing laboratory - LIT

  9. Assembly of CBERS-2B at LIT (2006-2007)

  10. Distribution of CBERS Imagery (01/05/04 a 01/03/06)

  11. CBERS USERS (%)

  12. Agrobusiness management using CBERS-2

  13. CBERS-2 CCD, Minas Gerais, Brazil

  14. CBERS Distribution for neighboring countries Free distribution extended to the footprint of Cuibá ground Station

  15. CBERS being considered as a potential gap filler for Landsat

  16. CBERS2-B for Africa • Brasil and China agreed to grant a no-access fee of CBERS2-B to African countries. • South Africa and Spain will use their ground stations to receive, process and distribute CBERS data. • GEO offer GEOportal (web) and GEONETcast to reach the end user. • A coordinated effort in infrastructure Capacity Building for Earth Observations

  17. CBERS program as a infrastructure capacity building • Ingestion system cost US$400K • Who pays? • Satellite owners? • Ground stations? • EO Donnors?