Poster at the HYPERNETS science conference

A Poster on the CoMet toolkit is presented during the HYPERNETS science conference.

The HYPERNETS project has developed a new hyperspectral radiometer integrated in automated networks of water and land bidirectional reflectance measurements for satellite validation. A detailed uncertainty budget was measured in the lab for these instruments, and these uncertainties are propagated from product to product using the CoMet toolkit within the hypernets_processor. All HYPERNETS products are provided as obsarray-compatible digital effects tables. For the HYPERNETS vicarious calibration study, the uncertainties in these files are also propagated to TOA using punpy.

Pieter De Vis
Pieter De Vis
Higher Research Scientist, NPL

Pieter works in the Climate and Earth Observation Group at the UK’s National Physical Laboratory. His expertise lies in atmospheric correction, the propagation of uncertainties through a measurement function, and uncertainties in model fitting.