Jasmine has a broad range of experience leading and developing Earth observation applications and products aimed at improving management decisions in agriculture, water resources, forestry, land management and mining. Jasmine has previously worked in the private sector, government, and Universities, with a strong focus on translating Earth observation research into operational applications.
Jasmine’s role at Smartsat CRC as Capability Demonstrator Lead for Aquawatch is a part-time secondment from FrontierSI. At FrontierSI she is the Earth Observation Technical Lead, and the Industry Innovation Team Manager. In both these roles Jasmine acts to increase the impact and uptake of earth observation and spatial within the private sector. Previously Jasmine was the Innovation Lead at Digital Agriculture Services (DAS) and prior to this, the Earth Observation Team Manager at Astron Environmental Services, and a Research Fellow at the University of New England. From 2005 to 2016 Jasmine worked at the Queensland Government Remote Sensing Centre and delivered large scale annual state-wide programs. Her most recent activities with FrontierSI have been to lead the coordination of consultation and development of the report – “AusCalVal: Establishing Australia as a Global Leader in Delivering Quality Assured Satellite Earth Observation Data”, commissioned by Geoscience Australia in consultation with the Australian Space Agency), Bureau of Meteorology, and CSIRO. A current focus at FrontierSI for Jasmine is the completion of the SmartSat CRC project: Next Generation Testbed Design for Earth Observation (P3-11).
Jasmine has a PhD in Remote Sensing, a Masters in Geographical Information Science, and a Bachelor of Science (Ecology), from the University of Queensland.