Martha C. Anderson
United States Department of Agriculture, USA

Martha C. Anderson received a B.A. degree in Physics from Carleton College, Northfield, MN, and a PhD in Astrophysics from the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis. Presently she is a Research Physical Scientist for the USDA Agricultural Research Service in the Hydrology and Remote Sensing Laboratory in Beltsville, MD. Her research interests focus on mapping water and energy land-surface fluxes at field to continental scales using thermal remote sensing, with applications in water management, drought monitoring, and yield estimation. She has served on the Landsat and ECOSTRESS Science Teams.


Piotr Zaborowski
Open Geospatial Consortium

Piotr Zaborowski (male), Senior Director leading and managing OGC Collaborative Solutions and Innovation Programme. Trained in computer science from Warsaw University of Technology and an EMBA from WUTBS/CEU, Piotr has rich experience in the software R&D and services provision for Earth Observations downstream (processing systems and chains, data and catalogs), telecommunication and financial markets. Being the co-chair of RDA-IGAD and OGC Europe Forum as well as member of joint activities in ITU, ISO, GEO Blue Planet Sec, IDSA/Gaia-X, OASC, he is helping various sector in the efficient use of geospatial information, tools and systems for decision support, forecests, robotics. He is fluent in the secure, distributed decision support systems for mass market and large scale computations, data mining, RPA and digital transformation.