The aim of the workshop is to bring together specialists with relevant expertise and to discuss:
-What kind of products are feasible at present in the fields of shallow water and floating material remote sensing?
-What can be done with current Copernicus sensors (Sentinel-2) and contributing missions (Prisma, EnMAP, Planet, etc.)?
-Recommendations for future Copernicus sensors (spectral and spatial resolution, SNR, revisit time, etc.) to enable required products?
-To what extent these products should be part of free Copernicus services and to what extent these should be provided on demand by remote sensing companies?
Recommendations of the workshop will be included in the project deliverables 2.4 “Future Copernicus higher-level biogeochemical and other new water quality products” and 2.5 “Technical needs for future Sentinels” as well as in the Water-ForCE Roadmap for Copernicus water services.