Manil Maskey and Brian Freitag (IMPACT/ST11) attended the NASA Land, Atmosphere, Near Real-Time, Capability for EOS (LANCE) User Working Group (UWG) meeting. Maskey presented the opportunities of artificial intelligence (AI) to LANCE and Freitag presented the Harmonized Landsat/Sentinel-2 (HLS) Dynamic Tiling Layer in the Fire Information for Resource Management System (FIRMS) in collaboration with Brad Quayle from the U.S. Forest Service (USFS). The discussions around both topics continued during and after the meeting. In coming weeks, UWG members will develop use cases to harness AI for LANCE. The dynamic tiling capability for HLS was well received by the UWG and USFS, which is a foundational data exploration capability for Visualization, Exploration, and Data Analysis (VEDA), a new MSFC project.