26 October 2004 How to put to use results from research work in viable developments: Scope Water, an exciting new opportunity
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Here, we introduce an interactive communication and management system, Scope Water, which is constructed to establish a transfer of results from research work directed towards the solving of a specific problem. To proceed step by step towards this goal, the system uses a structured approach. Starting with the global exploration of knowledge, expertise, and ideas from experts, passing an objective assessment of this information and leading finally to a coopertive making up of a concept for problem solving by specialists. Scope Water has been developed on the basis of recent advances in cybernetic management experienced in team meetings and was successfully launched as a tool to gain quick access to recent results from research work on water by Strategic Science Consult Ltd. (SSC). SSC now plans to broaden the application of SCope Water by adding a platform which allows scientists on remote sensing to offer their results, knowledge and ideas as a service to help to solve specific problems on studying/monitoring aquatic systems. Single scientists, working groups and research instituitions are invited to participate in such a service metwork on remote sensing and are asked to ceclare their interest by sending an e-mail to the authors address given above.
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Martin Kerner, Martin Kerner, "How to put to use results from research work in viable developments: Scope Water, an exciting new opportunity", Proc. SPIE 5568, Remote Sensing for Agriculture, Ecosystems, and Hydrology VI, (26 October 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.584661; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.584661
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