Over the recent years bi- and multistatic SAR (Synthetic-Aperature Radar) saw a major push in terms of system, payload and application development. The recent progress made in bi- and multistatic systems is leading to an increased interest in this observation capacity in the scientific community and in an increase in the number of this type of missions proposed for the ESA earth observation programmes. In addition, the positive long-term perspective for SAR satellite missions in the context of Copernicus and New Space (“Space 4.0”) developments provides an attractive setting for the development of missions based on satellite convoys and formation flights. For this reason, the European Space Agency and Delft University of Technology (DUT) will organise a Workshop, hosted by DUT, on 19-21 March 2019.
The Workshop is open to scientists and students as well as representatives from National, European and International space and value adding industry, working in the field of bi and multi-staticSAR system and application development. More information can be found here.