Become a HICO Data User
As a demonstration instrument, HICO is designed to collect one 50 x 200 km scene per orbit. A limited amount of this data will be available to academic and international scientists for their scientific studies. To become a HICO Data User and request data for your study requires a short proposal and signing a data use agreement. Team members will be asked to publish and share all data and results including presenting their results at an annual HICO Team Meeting. The required forms and more information are available in the following PDF file.
HICO data distribution plan
The proposal and signed agreement can be submitted either by e-mail or regular mail. In the case of e-mail, the documents should be in PDF, containing either scanned copies of the signatures or electronic signatures.
Electronic submissions should be sent to:
Mailed submissions should be sent to:
Curtiss O. Davis
HICO Project Scientist
104 COAS Admin. Bldg.
Oregon State University
Corvallis, OR 97331