Topic: NOAA-20 (JPSS-1) Key Performance Parameter (KPP) Data Release/Activation on PDA
Date/Time Issued: April 2, 2018M-B 1425 UTC
Product(s) or Data Impacted: NOAA-20 (JPSS-1)M-BKey Performance Parameters (KPPs)
Date/Time of Initial Impact: April 2, 2018 at 1500 UTC
Date/Time of Expected End: M-BN/A
Length of Event: M-BN/A
Details/Specifics of Change: NESDIS will activate the NOAA-20 KPP data sets on the Product Distribution and Access (PDA) system onM-BM-Bstarting at 1500 UTC. KPPM-bM-^@M-^Ys are those NOAA-20 products that have reached provisional/operational status listed below. M-BPDA users subscribed to the SNPP versions of these products should verify that a specified satellite is selected within your respective PDA subscription; otherwise, you will begin to see the NOAA-20 versions of the products arrive at your interface once those aforementioned products are activated.M-BM-B
The list of NOAA-20 provisional/operational products are:
The Beta, Provisional and Full Validation Readiness definitions are:
oM-BProduct is minimally validated, and may still contain significant identified and unidentified errors.
oM-BInformation/data from validation efforts can be used to make initial qualitative or very limited quantitative assessments regarding product fitness-for-purpose.
oM-BDocumentation of product performance and identified product performance anomalies, including recommended remediation strategies, exists.
oM-BProduct performance has been demonstrated through analysis of a large, but still limited (i.e., not necessarily globally or seasonally representative) number of independent measurements obtained from selected locations, time periods, or field campaign efforts.
oM-BProduct analyses are sufficient for qualitative, and limited quantitative, determination of product fitness-for-purpose.
oM-BDocumentation of product performance, testing involving product fixes, identified product performance anomalies, including recommended remediation strategies, exists.
oM-BProduct is recommended for potential operational use (user decision) and in scientific publications after consulting product status documents.
oM-BProduct performance has been demonstrated over a large and wide range of representative conditions (i.e., global, seasonal).
oM-BComprehensive documentation of product performance exists that includes all known product anomalies and their recommended remediation strategies for a full range of retrieval conditions and severity level.
oM-BProduct analyses are sufficient for full qualitative and quantitative determination of product fitness-for-purpose.
oM-BProduct is ready for operational use based on documented validation findings and user feedback.
oM-BProduct validation, quality assurance, and algorithm stewardship continue through the lifetime of the instrument.
Contact Information for Further Information:M-BSPSD User ServicesM-Bspsd.userservices@noa
Web Site(s) for applicable information:
Additional details about the data quality can be found here:M-Bhttps://www.star.nesdis.
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