The Earth Observing One (EO-1) mission has been a pathfinder in demonstrating autonomous operations paradigms. In 2010-2012 (and continuing), EO-1 has been supporting sensorweb operations to enable autonomous tracking of flooding in Thailand. In this approach, the Moderate Imaging Spectrometer (MODIS) is used to perform broad-scale monitoring to track flooding at the regional level (500 m/pixel) and EO-1 is autonomously tasked in response to alerts to acquire higher resolution (30 m/pixel) Advanced Land Imager (ALI) data. This data is then automatically processed to derive products such as surface water extent and volumetric water estimates. These products are then automatically pushed to relevant authorities in Thailand for use in damage estimation, relief efforts, and damage mitigation. EO-1 has served as a testbed and pathfinder to this type of sensorweb operations. Beginning with EO-1, these techniques for monitoring are being extended to other space sensors (such as Radarsat-2, Landsat, Worldview-2, TRMM) and integrated with hydrological models, and integration with in-situ sensors.